Headache is one of the most common illnesses in Australia, with around 15 percent of us taking painkillers for a headache at any given time.
Because headaches are so common, most people think they are a normal part of life. However, a persistent headache is a sign that something is wrong.
The continual use of pain medication to combat headaches is akin to removing the warning light that alerts you to a problem in your car!
Medication doesn’t solve your headache, it simply offers a short term solution to dull the pain.
You probably don’t pay it much attention, but your spine is the part of your body which holds the show together. Comprising thirty-three individual bones
Muscle knots are areas where tense muscle fibres stick to each other, eventually beginning to tear and form scar tissue. Also known as myofascial trigger