TEMPOROMANDIBULAR DISORDER (TMD) JAW PAIN The TMJ ( temporomandibular joint) is the most used joint in the body. Think of how often you use your jaw with eating, swallowing and talking over the day. Like any other joints it is subject to wear and tear with sprains and strains of muscles and ligaments and arthritis in the joint. This can … Read More

Spring Cleanse

Spring Cleanse by Theresa MacLean, ND. Spring is here and most of feel sluggish after winter. Now that the days are longer and the weather is becoming warmer it is the perfect time to start a cleanse. The concept of internal cleansing or detoxification has been around for a long time. It is especially important in modern times because we … Read More


OSTEOARTHRITIS Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis and affects millions of people worldwide. It occurs when the protective cartilage on the ends of the bones wears down over time. The cartilage becomes rough and eventually wears out leaving bone rubbing on bone.The most common sites are your hands, knees, hips and spine. Symptoms of osteoarthritis are pain in … Read More

Cranial Osteopathy

Cranial osteopathy is one set of techniques used by osteopaths and one of the hardest to understand. The techniques were developed by an American osteopathic physician William Garner Sutherland and are designed to restore mobility and reduce tension in the cranial bones, the spinal dura, the meninges (the fascial covering that surrounds the brain), the base of the skull and … Read More

Concussions – Osteopathy and Physiotherapy can help

A concussion is often a result of a direct blow to the head, neck or face. It can also result from a blow to another part of the body where the mechanical force is transmitted to the head. Not all individuals actually experience loss of consciousness with the incident. The most common causes of concussions are sport injuries, motor vehicle … Read More