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We've been seeing a lot of kids in the clinic who are feeling stressed and anxious with the changes to routine and the return to school. Our osteopath, Grant Turner, shares some ways osteopathic treatment can help support your child as they experience these big...

Struggling with pain in your wrist after holding your newborn for extended periods of time? It's actually a common reason new mums see an osteopath.  A common post-pregnancy complaint we receive from new mums is wrist pain. Repeatedly rotating your wrists and hands in awkward positions...

Are you a labourer, mechanic, gardener or construction worker? If you work in a physically demanding profession, no doubt you've ended your days feeling stiff and sore from all the heavy lifting. Likewise, if you're an employer in an industry that places large physical demands on...

Grant Turner is the newest osteopath to join the Whole Body Health & Wellness team. We thought we'd share a few things about Grant you may not discover when seeing him in the clinic. Osteopath Grant Turner has brought a relaxed, calm vibe to the Geelong...

In Australia, more than 10% of women suffer from the complex condition, edometriosis. Edometriosis is where inflammatory tissue similar to the edometirium grows outside of the uterus. Treating and managing endometriosis is often best with a multi-factoral approach. Here, we discuss what edometriosis make look...

Feeling pain or discomfort around your pelvis? You could be experiencing the common condition known as Pelvic Girdle Pain. Osteopath Marissa Mitchel explains the signs and symptoms of the condition and offers tips to help you relieve the discomfort. Pelvic girdle pain (or PGP) is pain...

Infant Reflux can be very distressing for new parents but it is relatively common as your baby's digestive system is still developing. Here we explain what infant reflux is, signs you can look for and how osteopathy may support your baby. Infantile reflux is very common...

A key feature in Torticollis is your baby favouring one side by turning their head in this direction the majority of the time. You may notice this when they're feeding, sleeping or during their everyday activities. Torticollis in an infant means tightness in a baby’s neck...

Is your child complaining of heel or foot pain? If they are in a growth phase and active, they may be experiencing Sever's Disease. Sever's Disease is common in children aged between 8 and 14 years old who are active and in the midst of a...

Like the idea of running but don't know how to get started? Running can be a great form of exercise, especially in lockdown times. But if you don't know where to start, it can be pretty daunting. Erica from the Ocean Grove Run Club shares...

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