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Pain-relief consumption in Australia has soared, with prescriptions of paracetamol rising from 4.8 million to 7.3 million in just five years. But with painkillers under scrutiny for their potential side effects, osteopaths are encouraging the nation to investigate better ways to prevent and manage their pain.
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Alexia Burgess Osteopath now has it's very own website! Check it out at www.alexiaburgessosteopath.com.au
Alexia is available in St Leonards on Mondays and Wednesdays, and Newport on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. For an appointment book online at www.restorewellness.com.au

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Here's some research and evidence relevant to osteopathic treatment of musculoskeletal pain. Effectiveness of manual therapies: the UK evidence report. 

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Check out the latest blog from Restore about Male Infertility and Acupuncture...

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Its the new school year and lots of kids have got a whole new load of heavy books and musical instruments (amongst other things!) to ferry to and from school. Click on the link below to find out what makes a good backpack and how to wear them!

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Remember 2017 was the year you were going to do something about your posture....
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Did you know that osteopathy is the fastest growing health service in Australia?
Official figures show that it has grown by over 270% in the past 10 years!

http://restorewellness.com.au/2016/11/osteopathy-fastest-growing-health-profession-australia/

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Here are a few reasons why swimming is such a good rehabilitation tool:

1. It is low impact. (Unless you are training to be an elite swimmer at which point you will be putting your body through a more intense, higher impact workout.)
2. It is a form of active stretching - swimming technically will ensure full range of motion movements for many different body parts.
3. It provides just enough resistance from water to provide, over time, sustained aerobic conditioning to the rehabilitating subject, allowing them to continue to workout while rehabbing at the same time.

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