Exercise in chiropractic

Do Chiropractors Prescribe Exercise?

Exercise plays an important role in the management of musculoskeletal disorders within evidence-based practice; and exercise in chiropractic is no exception to this model. Chiropractors in Australia undergo a rigorous 5-year university under- and post-graduate program to become accredited under the…
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McKenzie Method Institute Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy

Do McKenzie Therapists Have Extra Training?

You may have heard about the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT), but are not exactly sure what the goals of the program are or what the exercises entail. A common perception is that the McKenzie approach only comprises exercises…
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Sports Chiropractic Sydney - AC Joint injury

Sports Chiropractic for AC Joint Injuries

Sports chiropractors are trained to help people with a large range of sports injuries including AC joint sprains. When you visit a sports chiropractor following an injury they will Take a thorough history Perform a full physical exam Recommend the…
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7 Good Reasons to Visit a Chiropractor: an Overview of the Evidence

A Chiropractor is a highly trained and skilled primary healthcare practitioner who conservatively manages musculoskeletal disorders in a multimodal and evidence-based paradigm. It is important to note that Chiropractic is not a technique, but a profession in which several types of…
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Shoulder instability

Clinical Considerations for Shoulder Instability

Shoulder instability is a relatively common condition seen in orthopaedic and sports medicine settings. The shoulder joint is inherently predisposed to instability because of its bony architecture: like a golf ball on a tee. The incidence of traumatic shoulder instability…
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obesity lack of physical activity chronic disease

Physical Activity and Chronic Disease

Regular exercise, and physical activity in general, is an important health promotion intervention that reduces the risk of a variety of chronic diseases, including coronary heart disease (CHD), type 2 diabetes (T2D), high blood pressure (HBP) and obesity. While the evidence is…
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