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Dr Martine’s Healthy Carrot Cake Muffins

Dr Martine Wayne is one of our Associate Chiropractors who has a special interest in paediatric Chiropractic and treating children with developmental delay syndromes. To help feed the troops for school holidays, I thought I’d share my fabulous, healthy and above all, tasty Carrot Cake Muffin recipe. Why not make

Posture and Poise: How to incorporate it into your daily life

Genevieve Gaylard is our Musculoskeletal Therapist currently studying Physiotherapy at La Trobe University.   I’m not much of a punter, but I bet that at some point or another over the time you’ve been visiting True Health, you’ve heard at least one of us spruiking the importance of ‘good’ posture.

The Power of One Adjustment – Dr Katelyn Jacka

The current trend in multi-modality health clinics, such as ours, is that every single patient MUST be having Chiropractic care to be having any of the other forms of therapy. This sounds quite restrictive and not what we are about here at True Health. However, as a Chiropractor and a

Dr Yvette’s tips for making Bright Kids

Dr Yvette Graf is a Chiropractor and Naturopath with a special interest in paediatric and children’s health. Did you know that your child’s every-day experiences and nutrition affect the development of their brain? This includes your child’s ability to think, learn and behaviour. Here are some of my favourite tips to

Treating digestive problems with Chinese Medicine

Diarrhoea, constipation, bloating, flatulence, abdominal pain/discomfort/distension, indigestion, nausea, vomiting, heartburn, reflux, belching, poor appetite, food sensitivities – sound familiar? It seems almost everyone these days has some form of malady associated with the malfunction of their digestive system. Many of us have just ‘learned to live with it’, or even