Posture, Balance and its Effect on Seniors
Chiropractors play a critical role in assisting people to live with chronic pain. At Wagga Family Chiropractic, we work with patients across all stages of life with the aim of decreasing pain, identifying and addressing underlying weakness which allowed chronic pattern to begin in the first place.
Good posture is linked with good balance as we age. Working with your chiropractor will assist to address any joint or pain issues which are preventing you from achieving and maintaining good posture.
Get Ready For Life
Walking is a great way to improve your overall health and naturally encourage an upright posture. Please have a read to find out how you can keep active with walking this winter. If pain is preventing you from being as active as you would like, make an appointment to speak with one of our friendly chiropractors
As we know life is full of unknowns, but you can take simple and practical steps now to maintain an active lifestyle, correct your posture and seek our professional care to get you Ready for Life. We are here to support you and help you take control of your health.
Tension Headache or Migraine?
Welcoming Wagga’s newest chiropractor, Samuel Hays.
Sam is in the clinic Monday, Wednsday, Fridays and Saturday mornings
Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction
Our professional chiropractors are able to assess the cause of your headache and recommend the best treatments options to get you back to doing the things you love!
Is your back sore from taking on too much?
The sacroiliac joint is located in the lower part of the back and joins the tail bone (sacrum) to one of the pelvic bones (ilium). There are two sacroiliac joints – one on either side of the spine. The sacroiliac joints act to transfer weight from the spine to the pelvis and allow a small amount of movement to occur.
Often we take on too much over the christmas period. Make sure you are taking the time to look after yourself this December! Talk to our Chiropractors about ways to manage physical stress created by cramming too much into the month