Rochelle Taylor, CEO and co-director of AcuEnergetics, shares her journey into the world of natural healing and how it has changed her life in ways she could only dream of.
Pain is a complex physical phenomenon that is intimately bound with emotions and mental states. When pain becomes chronic the consequences are far-reaching and profound. You don’t have to just mask pain though, as there are gentle yet powerful natural approaches that have proven positive effects in relieving chronic pain.
One of the most profound and exhilarating experiences of yoga is available to you from one simple instruction: relax your neck.
Scientists reveal how the brain suppresses chronic pain and prioritises hunger necessary for survival.
Yoga may be beneficial for chronic lower back pain, study reveals.
Warning: This blog involves some neuroscience. You might even change your own brain while reading it. Intrigued? Read on! The topic of neuroplasticity gets me really excited. The science is completely fascinating (even if you’re not a nerd!) and there has even been studies that have shown that simply learning about how pain works may […]
Find out if cortisone injections will help ease your muscle pain.
What is Plantar Fasciitis? Plantar fasciitis is pain felt at the bottom of the heel or through the arch of the foot. It is usually felt on the first step out of bed in the morning or when walking again after inactivity. However, plantar fasciitis pain can eventually be felt any time you are […]
Osteopaths can help you find slightly different ways of completing every day tasks to reduce chronic pain.
The distinction between acute and chronic back pain is important, as both types require different management.
Where do you turn when your toddler starts to display disturbing symptoms that no one can adequately explain?
Up to 80% of Australians will suffer from low back pain at some point in their lives. Of that 80%, about half will experience recurring incidents of pain. Of those who are unlucky enough to experience ongoing episodes of pain, about 20% will develop “Chronic” or, ongoing pain. So what causes it? (Acute or Chronic?) […]
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