Bad Posture= Backache

Backache is one of the leading causes of employees missing work around the world. It is well known that sitting for long periods of time can lead to back and shoulder pain. Most of the back pain sufferer will admit their posture is less than ideal, and believe the magic fix is to wear a…

What is Chiropractic?

Nov 23, 2016 by Dennis Lin Category: Uncategorised 0 comments Tags: chiropractic, spine

Chiropractic is a science, art and philosophy that focus on the relationship between the nervous system and the function (health) of the body. Chiropractic doctors locate and correct abnormal spinal and joint movement and positions. These misaligned joints cause interference to the musculoskeletal system, as well as the nervous system to the entire body and…

Combined Treatment of Osteopathy, Applied Kinesiology and Bio-Resonance

David Wells uses a combination of Osteopathy, Applied Kinesiology and Bio-Resonance to provide comprehensive treatments for a wide range of health issues. This approach often reveals answers to difficult conditions that have not responded well to standard clinical methods. Some frequently treated conditions: Headaches/migraines ADHD digestive disturbance weight loss skin rashes/eczema Allergies Osteopathy Osteopathy is…

Scoliosis can be improved!

Dec 17, 2015 by David Tio Category: Uncategorised 0 comments Tags: Scoliosis

She was diagnosed with "moderately severe thoradic scoliosis" at the age of 11 and her doctors kept warning her that she needed surgery to prevent the condition from worsening. Her doctors also declared that "exercises don't work".

Free Screening – Scoliosis

Dec 17, 2015 by David Tio Category: Uncategorised 0 comments Tags: Free Screening, Scoliosis

A straight spine is essential for good health. It ensures that all the organs of the body are in their rightful places and that nerve signals are transmitted smoothly from the brain via the spinal cord to the rest of the body.

Osteoporosis

Dec 17, 2015 by David Tio Category: Uncategorised 0 comments Tags: Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis or bone loss is a deadly disease that affects the majority of older adults in modern societies. In countries like America, it is estimated that 9 out of 10 older adults, including both men and women, suffer some degree of bone loss.

Osteoporosis – The Real Issue

Dec 17, 2015 by David Tio Category: Uncategorised 0 comments Tags: Osteopathy, Osteoporosis

Below is the original letter to the "Forum Editor" of Straits Times and TODAY. Dear Sir, Osteoporosis – The Real Issue. In conjunction with World Osteoporosis Day recently, there has lately been many articles about osteoporosis in the newspapers.

Osteopaths and Chiropractors: Similarities and Differences

Dec 17, 2015 by David Tio Category: Uncategorised 0 comments Tags: Chiropractors, Osteopathy

A question often asked is: What is the difference between an osteopath and a chiropractor? Or, what is the difference between osteopathy and chiropractic? This is not an easy question to answer.

Osteopathy and Sports

Dec 17, 2015 by David Tio Category: Uncategorised 0 comments Tags: Osteopathy, Sports

Whether you are a weekend warrior or an elite athlete, your osteopath can assist with the prevention of injury as well as treatment of many common sporting injuries.

Osteopathy and Pregnancy

Dec 17, 2015 by David Tio Category: Uncategorised 0 comments Tags: Osteopathy, pregnancy

Pregnancy can be remembered as a joyful and exciting time. But for some women, pain, discomfort or illness can darken this picture. Osteopaths can assess and treat many of these complaints associated with pregnancy/

Osteopathy and Headaches

Dec 17, 2015 by David Tio Category: Uncategorised 0 comments Tags: Headaches, Osteopathy

Headaches are one of the most common medical complaints of modern times. However, severe headaches are seldom caused by serious underlying disease.

Osteopathy and The Eldery

Dec 17, 2015 by David Tio Category: Uncategorised 0 comments Tags: Arthritis, Elderly, Osteopathy

Aging is a natural physiological process. One part of the body that is greatly affected by the process of aging is the musculo-skeletal system. As we get older, the elasticity present within our body deteriorates and this increases the chance of injuring the soft tissues and bony structures of the body.

Osteopathy and Children

The calm and soothing approach of Osteopathy makes it especially suitable for treating children, including new-born infants.

Osteopathy and Asthma

Dec 17, 2015 by David Tio Category: Uncategorised 0 comments Tags: Asthma, Osteopathy

Asthma is a common and sometimes debilitating respiratory disorder which can affect people of all ages. Sufferers may occasionally experience difficulty in breathing, accompanied by a wheeze and a tight, restricted chest. Other symptoms may include coughing, vomiting and shaking.

Cranial Osteopathy

Cranial osteopathy and Cranio Sacral Therapy (CST) is particularly suitable and effective for the treatment of infants and young children with developmental, learning and behavioural problems such as autism, attention deficit disorder (ADD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)...

Acupuncture

Dec 16, 2015 by Ron Lim Category: Uncategorised 0 comments Tags: Acupuncture, TCM

Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese medical system where fine needles pierce the skin to a depth of usually a few millimeters to a few centimeters with the aim of treating or curing diseases and disorders of the body. It has been a standard form of medical treatment in China for at least two thousand years.

What’s Quantum-Touch®?

Dec 15, 2015 by Yukiko Cecilia Category: Uncategorised 0 comments Tags: Quantum-Touch

Quantum-Touch® is a dynamic and highly-effective hand–on energy healing technique. In principle, Quantum-Touch practitioners focus and amplify life-force energy (Chi, Qi or Prana). This is accomplished by combining various breathing and body awareness exercises.

Applied Kinesiology

Dec 15, 2015 by David Wells Category: Uncategorised 0 comments Tags: Kinesiology, Osteopathy

Applied kinesiology is a form of diagnosis using muscle testing as a primary feedback mechanism to examine how a person’s body is functioning. When properly applied, the outcome of an Applied Kinesiology diagnosis will determine the best form of therapy for the patient.