Acai Smoothie Bowl Recipe

    Recipe by Carole Romagnolli, Wellness Chef With the warmer months of approaching, it’s nice to leave aside heavier winter meals and make room for refreshing smoothie bowls. Our number one favourite is the Acai Bowl. For those of you unfamiliar with this beauty, “acai” (pronounced a-sigh-ee) is a small, round, purplish berry from […]

Quick Tips for Improving Brain Health

By Emily Holler With dementia on the rise in Australia and no known cure, it seems an opportune time to raise awareness of how to keep our precious brains healthy. With the right lifestyle choices and a few achievable changes to our routine we can not only offset the risk of cognitive decline as we […]

Health Goals for the New Year

    By Emily Holler ‘Our goals can only be reached through a vehicle of a plan, in which we must fervently believe, and upon which we must vigorously act. There is no other route to success.’ —Pablo Picasso Do you have plans to be much healthier in 2018? You’re not alone. According to statisticbrain.com, […]

Staying Healthy During the Silly Season

    By Emily Holler December. The most highly anticipated, dreaded and exciting month of the year! Between work Christmas parties, vacations and New Years Eve frivolities, not to mention the veritable feast we all partake in on Christmas Day itself, it becomes quite a challenge to maintain the healthy habits we have painstakingly adhered […]

Why an MRI could actually make your back pain worse

by Simon Sullivan BHSc MOstMed Back pain is the most common reason that people visit an Osteopath, it is so ubiquitous that 80% of us will experience back pain sometime in our lives. So it makes sense that we should get all the information we can about our backs so we can make the best […]

Why am I bloated? The skinny on SIBO

Bloating, cramping, burping, reflux, constipation and diarrhoea. These are symptoms of SIBO (Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth). We have trillions of bacteria in our large intestine, but we’re actually not supposed to have much bacteria in our small intestine. The small bowel is meant for digestion and absorption of food. When the bug population in our […]