Arthritis is a broad term for many different musculoskeletal disorders. It is related to damage or degeneration of joint cartilage and bone. Continue reading

Hay Hay Hay Fever.

Traditional Chinese medicine pays close attention to the yearly seasonal changes and the effects they have on your health. Spring represents a time of growth, movement and change. Moving from the harsh features of winter into spring can be a … Continue reading

Irritable Bowel Syndrome.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is an ever increasing problem suffered by many people. It represents a group of digestive symptoms such as; abdominal pain, cramping, bloating, constipation and/or diarrhoea. Continue reading

Lingering Pathogen.

The concept of a ‘lingering pathogen’ has been around for a long time in Chinese Medicine. It applies when you haven’t been able to shake that cold or flu, or you haven’t fully recovered or simply not felt quite right … Continue reading

Lower Back Ache.

Lower back ache is a common complaint which many of us experience at some point. Lowerback ache can vary from general stiffness and discomfort to sharp debilitating pain. Continue reading

Neck Pain.

Neck pain can be caused by factors such as muscular strain, nerve impingement or poor posture. This article
focuses on the condition torticollis, or more commonly known as, wry neck. Continue reading

Plantar Fasciitis.

Plantar Fasciitis: What a pain in the ……heel! Have you ever overdone it pounding the pavement, or been on your feet all day and noticed the bottoms of your feet are aching? Then in the morning instead of feeling better … Continue reading