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Hello Hilton Chiropractic community, welcome!
The Health Adjustment has been created to give our community the chance to keep up to date with optimising their families’ health.
It is a forum to keep you informed on topics and current events in Hilton & the local area that are related to health and wellness.
It is also an avenue for you to get helpful tips from our practitioners in relation to different conditions, as we believe education is the foundation to prevention and management.
As part of Spinal Health Week 2019, Hilton Chiropractic are encouraging you to take control of your health, regardless of age, and make small changes to improve your spinal health and wellbeing.
Crushing the myths of ice application. Is ice useful for acute injuries and does it reduce swelling?
Every year on 16 October, people from around the world join together on World Spine Day (WSD) to raise awareness about spinal disorders as part of the Bone and Joint Decade's Action Week.
Stretching is not only good for your body but it helps calm the mind as well.
Check out our easy, every day stretches for flexibility and strength.
If you’re pregnant and looking for options to help you deal with back or pelvic pain, you may wish to consider chiropractic care. Let’s take a look at the subject.
With guest blogger Chris G'Froerer, a local stress therapist.
She will take us through a blog series on Positive Stress Management and Gratitude! Part 1 is an Introduction to Stress and It's Physical Mechanisms.
Part 2 discusses Making Habits and Reality vs Imagination. Whatever we practice regularly becomes habitual.
Part 3 looks at Negative & Positive Scanning and Gratitude, and includes a few simple exercises to start you on the road to managing your stress better and getting more out of life.
There are some simple ways that you can identify causes or risks of injury in your children.
How do we know when our body isn’t functioning properly?
In his words above, Napoleon highlights a habit many of us share, waiting until circumstances are "right" to go forth and do what we want/need/have to do.
With the Aussie summer well on its way, there’s plenty of sunlight to go around. We’re told to avoid the sun, but we actually need – it’s important for getting enough vitamin D! So what’s the deal?
This month the spotlight is on our senior receptionist Jo. She has been part of the team for 2 years and we’ve asked her a few questions to find out more.
At Hilton Chiropractic we are big on supporting the local community including Fremantle, Beaconsfield, Peel Region, Dalkeith and South Perth.
This month, we're placing the spotlight on one of our chiropractors, Dr Sasha Aspinall. We've lined up a few questions to learn more about her!
We’re very excited to share with you that Dr Sasha is now a published author! We’ve asked Dr Sasha to explain it in plain language.
A quirky nursery rhyme gives us a great check-list for a healthy lifestyle! Do you take advantage of these six 'doctors' enough each day?
With guest blogger Tara Ross, a local Naturopath.
She will be talking about Adrenal Fatigue, and she has made her helpful e-book available through our website!
We would like to introduce to you our newest associate Chiropractor, Dr Cameron. He has joined the team in Jan 2016.
Most of us are in bed for about 6 to 8 hours every night. So even though you’re not awake for all of it, the way you sleep can have a big impact on your body!
Do you know what causes the cracking or popping noises you often hear during a manipulation (or adjustment) to your spine?We call those noises ‘cavitations.’
With guest blogger Susan Deeley, a local Nauturopath, she gives us some simple things you can do to help yourself sleep better.
This month, we're placing the spotlight on Dr Gareth who is the head of the well being team. We've lined up a few questions to learn more about him!
Dr Cameron is in the staff spotlight this month and we've asked him some questions to find out more.
Have you worked out that you have a high arch? Here are some handy stretches and exercises that might help relieve aches and pains, and prevent them from occurring.
Have you ever spoken without thinking? Said you would do something when you really had no intention of doing so?
Have you worked out that you have a low arch? Here are some handy stretches and exercises that might help relieve aches and pains, and prevent them from occurring.
Ladies, let’s talk pelvic floor! Based on US data, 1 in 7 women aged 30-39 will have a problem with their pelvic floor.
This year, Spinal Health Week 2016 runs from 23 to 29 May with the theme ‘Back Your Inner Athlete’.