Posts Tagged 'Chiropractic care may reduce sport related injuries'

New addition to the McAllister Clan – baby Benjamin McAllister

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I would like to introduce you to our beautiful baby Benjamin Louis McAllister born today 5th September 2014 at 10:43am at Waitakere Hospital via C-section. Benjamin is healthy and has taken well to his first breast feed, he weighs 7lb 6oz. He looks identical to his big brother Lachlan when he was first born. Ben has beautiful full lips, a perfect little nose and a good covering of hair on his head (colour is ...

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Waitakere Hospital Maternity Ward 50 year commemorative celebration

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Dr Marcus McAllister’s family were recently honoured to be a part of Waitakere Hospital Maternity Wards 50 year commemorative celebration.

Marcus’ mother Jane McAllister has delivered the most babies at the Hospital since its opening. The McAllister family is proud to see their photo in pride of place on the hospitals Maternity wall for years to come.
Dr Marcus is the second eldest of fourteen children (yes you read it right ’14 children’), his family ...

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90% of the stimulation and nutrition to the brain is generated by the movement of the spine

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Nobel Prize recipient Dr. Roger Sperry says that the spine is the motor that drives the brain. According to his research “90% of the stimulation and nutrition to the brain is generated by the movement of the spine.” Only 10% of our brain’s energy goes into thinking, metabolism, immunity, and healing. Sperry demonstrated that 90% of brain energy goes into processing and maintaining the body’s relationship with gravity.

One of the worst types of health problems people ...

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Chiropractic care may reduce sport related injuries

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CHIROPRACTIC CARE MAY REDUCE GYM AND FITNESS-RELATED INJURIES SAY NZ RESEARCHERS
Media Release Date: 22 May 2014

The inability of some people to properly activate and control their core muscles when engaging in exercise predisposes them to lower back injury, and may be reversible with regular chiropractic care according to researchers at the New Zealand College of Chiropractic.

According to Dr Heidi Haavik, Director of Research at the New Zealand College of Chiropractic: `We know that delayed trunk muscle ...

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