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The Chiro Hub Evolution – Functional Lab Testing Now Available!

Why is functional medicine being incorporated into practice at The Chiro Hub? Think about the last time you visited your GP. What was the reason for your visit? Did you…

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Chiropractic Helps People with Pain

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Chiropractic has a Neuroplastic Effect on the Brain

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Is Chiropractic a Cost Effective Healthcare Option?

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Doc, The Sky is Falling!

Falls are a leading cause of injury and death among adults and a significant public health issue. In 2009, 2.2 million nonfatal fall injuries occurred among older adults in Australia…

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Leg Length Inequality: Does it Matter?

One of the most common questions in practice regarding a patient’s anatomy is “do you think that having one longer leg is the cause of my back pain”? This is…

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Noisy knees: Should I be concerned?

A frequently asked question in everyday practice is whether the sound produced by knees is something to be concerned about. There are different frequencies of sounds that are emitted from…

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“My disc is bulging, please put it back in Doc!”

“My disc is bulging out, please put it back in Doc!” must be one of the most over-utilised statements in everyday practice at every chiropractic clinic! After all, when it…

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The Ghost in the Machine

Imagine just for one day, we swap professional roles. I am the client and you are the chiropractor… I come to you with a problem. I have low back pain….

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BACK-teria (bacteria) and Low Back Pain – How do we Detect and treat? Part 3

Following on from Part 2 where we discussed P.acnes as a possible source of inflammation generating  low back pain, we will now look at options with regards to detection and…