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  • The right pillow for you

    On average, we spend a third of our lives sleeping, it is a time for our bodies to recover from the day and heal any injuries we may have. Having a comfortable pillow may be the difference between having a bad sleep or getting the quality sleep our bodies need. A poor sleeping posture may […]

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  • Posture

      With restrictions in place at the moment, most of us are working from home and wondering why we are getting sore almost everywhere! We are also doing more DIY projects and hurting ourselves in the process. Well, perhaps poor posture is contributing to your aches and pains? Or, perhaps you are not lifting correctly […]

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  • The importance of breathing

    With mandatory masks now in place in Melbourne for daily activities such as work, shopping, appointments and walking, never before have we been so focused on our breathing. Breathing is one of the most basic functions of the human body but not one which we commonly give much thought to. The function of breathing allows […]

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  • Keep Moving At Home

    With Melbourne in the midst of a second wave of COVID-19, working and studying from home is looking likely to continue for some time. Since the work from home orders in March we have seen an increase in patients presenting with neck and back pain from sitting all day. A whole new level of sedentary […]

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  • Headache or Migraine?

    Did you know that a headache and migraine are two different presentations with similar symptoms? This can often lead to confusion as to which is which. Luckily both headaches and migraines have some characteristic differences that can help distinguish which you might be suffering from. Headaches are a pain or aching pressure felt in your […]

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  • Jaw Pain

      Did you know an Osteopath can treat your jaw pain?  The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is more commonly referred to as the jaw is one of the most used joints in our bodies. The movement of the TMJ is controlled by various muscles, allowing us to talk, eat and yawn. When a joint in our […]

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  • Working from Home – an Ergonomic perspective.

    Great article by Dr Lauren Botter Osteopath on home ergonomics and how to set up your desk, table and computer at home. We have already started to see many patients come in to the clinic due to working from home.  Increased stress, and poor home working environments mean increased arm, neck and upper back pain, […]

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  • Government deems Osteopathy essential, we remain OPEN…

    Blackburn Osteopathy remains open after the Federal Health Minister, Greg Hunt today said Allied Health would remain as an essential business.  We will continue to provide not only great Osteopathic Care, but also a wealth of information about the COVID-19 virus. We are committed to provide our community with ongoing support during this difficult period. […]

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  • Footy is back – Hot topic – Concussion

        With the Women’s AFL season underway and the Men’s and local competitions to begin soon, I took a look at the most common injury data on the AFL website and found some interesting things. Once again the most common cause of missing games is hamstring injuries. Keep those hamstrings looked after local players! […]

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