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So what is sciatica? Simply put, it’s a pain that radiates along the path of the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve runs from your low back to your buttock and down the back of your thigh and calf. With the sciatic nerve being the longest and largest nerve in the body, you can imagine how…

By Dr. Leo Cornelius  We often get asked what is the most common condition we see? The answer is always low back pain. Millions of Australians suffer from Low back pain.  Statistics show that 70-90% of Australians will suffer back pain at some point in their lives. It can be difficult to pinpoint the exact…

The root cause of most headaches comes from the neck, specifically from your muscles on the back of your neck (suboccipital muscles). We will list the best tips, hacks, stretches and exercises for your suboccipital release. Today, the average aussie works harder than ever before. Those long and intense days can take a toll on…

So you’re new to the idea of self- myofascial release tools and using the best foam roller, myofascial release lacrosse ball, and many more self- release tools. This blog will give you a introduction on how to use the foam roller and getting into the routine of taking care of your body. Self- myofascial release techniques are…

Preventing and solving the problems associated with too much sitting is, on the surface, very simple. We need to increase our activity, improve the quality of our movement, and learn how to perform basic maintenance on our bodies. Using these simple four guidelines you can eliminate pain and increase your productivity: 1. Reduce optional sitting…

Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome, aka shin splints, is responsible for 15% of all running injuries. Pain occurs over the inside border of the tibia. MTSS is a type of condition called traction periostitis. That means that a muscle repetitively pulls on the periosteum, which is the covering of the bone, and causes inflammation. A healthy…

The spikey ball is a small, spike-covered massage ball used to release muscle tightness, which facilitates increased flexibility and improved posture. Avoid using the spikey ball if you have acute inflammation, severe bruising or joint pathology. Exercises should be pain free, leaving the targeted muscles feeling lighter and more relaxed afterward. Massage ball exercises should…

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