Category: Kinesiology

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Housework is a pain

Judith is a stay-at-home mum of 4 school busy kids. She had been struggling with chronic pain in the left forearm for over 4 months, and was seeking chiropractic treatment on a weekly basis but did not see long-lasting results. Not only did it NOT get better, her right forearm started to develop the same...

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Are your kids struggling?

No matter how much effort, or study went into some subjects, I just could not reach my potential. My lovely high achieving friend would ask; “What did you get?” (showing my 67% mark) “That’s really good!” Seeing her 99% score made my stomach drop to the floor. Then the self-doubt and negative chatter would set in; . . . I am stupid . . . I am not good enough . . . starts to manifest.

by December 11, 2018December 12, 2018
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The Rooting Reflex

When babies are born, they are born with a primitive reflex called the Rooting Reflex. It’s in place to ensure that they survive by being able to find food. A light touch on baby’s cheek, or stimulation of the edge of the mouth will cause a baby to turn its head toward the side of...

by November 17, 2017September 9, 2020
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The Asymmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex

If a newborn’s head is turned to one side, the arm and leg on the side to which the head is turned, straighten, while the opposite arm and leg pull in. It should be fully present at birth and appears to assist the baby’s active participation in the birthing process. So this means that the...

by September 29, 2017September 9, 2020
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The Flight Fight Primitive Reflex

The first in a series about the Primitive and Postural Reflex’s The Moro Reflex The Moro Reflex begins to function 9-12 weeks after conception and is normally fully developed at birth. It is the baby’s alarm reflex. Newborns are incapable of rational thought as their Neo-Cortex (the pink squiggly part of your brain) hasn’t fully...

by September 11, 2017September 11, 2017
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Balancing tattoo’s

So, not everyone knows this about my bum… …but it has a tattoo.   I got it when I was 21 – between a Chemistry and Biology lecture at Uni. I guess it was just one of those things you did back then… …although it is so much more popular now. It seems that I...

by February 4, 2017September 9, 2020
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Anxiety on Toast

The morning was pretty much like any other morning… …the usual getting ready for school bizzo but we were tracking along nicely and everyone was getting their act together. But there were a couple of significant differences about this morning. Small, but significant enough that it turned our morning a bit crap.   It was...

by January 21, 2017September 9, 2020