Recognising and dealing with birth trauma After the struggles of birth every new mother and baby should be able to enjoy a restoring and harmonic time together. Nevertheless some babies will seem unsettled and are unable to get comfortable. Cause for this could be birth trauma due a complicated or prolonged labour. This is frequently [...]

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Deformational  Plagiocephaly (Flat Head Syndrome) Plagiocephaly is a disorder that affects the skull in infants, making one side appear flattened. It is sometimes referred to as Flat Head Syndrome or Non-synostotic Deformational Plagiocephaly. The term derives from the Greek words plagios, meaning oblique or slanted and kephalikos, meaning head. In milder cases there is some [...]

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A common cause of shoulder pain is damage to the rotator cuff muscles and tendons, which support the shoulder joint and allow for a wide range of movement. Damage may be the result of an injury to the shoulder or from progressive wear and tear that you might expect from repetitive shoulder activity. Over time [...]

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Why consider Chiropractic during pregnancy? Every expecting woman knows how much her body changes during pregnancy. Hormonal and physical adaptations are often felt very early on and become more obvious further along the pregnancy. It is those changes that have an effect on the joints causing pregnancy related aches and pains. For instance the hormone [...]

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