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Dr Victor Wilk provides us with his insights into the story 4 Corners ran last week - 'Pain Factory'. Last week’s episode of Four Corners highlighted the many adverse events people living with chronic musculoskeletal pain have experienced when undergoing spinal fusion and spinal cord stimulator...

In recognition of International Women's Day this year, we have put together a post on the importance of maintaining healthy bones. Our practitioners see a lot of women in particular, suffering from osteopenia and osteoporosis, and in addition to the treatment they provide, we want to...

Running is a great way to stay fit and healthy, but it can also be hard on your body. Repetitive overuse of muscles, tendons, and joints can lead to injuries, especially if you're not careful. If you're a runner, it's important to be aware of the...

Bones. Most people don’t think about them until they need to. But your bones are living tissue. They need to be cared for just like any other part of your body. They are constantly in a state of renewal, which makes building and maintaining bones...

No matter the season, it’s important to keep up your healthy eating habits and get your 30 minutes of physical activity a day. 1. Enjoy Winter Vegetables and Fruit: Grapefruit, kiwifruit, mandarins and oranges are all delicious and in season over winter. Try involving fruit in your...