Work on lower strength, flexibility

Posted by Casey Cameron on 9 June 2014

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Shockingly, 3.5 million people are treated each year for overuse injuries.

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Sugar and chronic pain – is there a connection?

Posted by Casey Cameron on 3 June 2014

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I regularly tell my clients that reducing sugar is an essential part of treating chronic aches and pain. Most of us are aware that eating sugary foods is bad for your teeth, and potentially leads to gaining weight. However, most people have no idea what the effects of eating sugar may be having on the soft tissue structure of the body, especially fascia (connective tissue).

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Common Running Injuries – Achilles Tendonitis

Posted by Casey Cameron on 29 May 2014

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Common Running Injuries – Achilles Tendonitis

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The Kinetic Health System

Posted by Casey Cameron on 13 May 2014

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Book in today for a consultation with one of our Kinetic Health Chiropractors...watch this video to see why.

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Chiropractic for Triathlon Performance

Posted by Casey Cameron on 12 May 2014

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A triathlon is an athletic event incorporating back-to-back running, cycling and swimming. Triathlons exert great strain on the body, which may challenge athletes on both physical and mental levels. The extreme training a triathlete must endure can put the body under great cumulative stress, and it’s not uncommon for the athletes to suffer from a broad range of injuries and overuse stresses.

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Chiropractor or Certified Sports Chiropractor: Is There A Difference?

Posted by Casey Cameron on 5 May 2014

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Chiropractor or Certified Sports Chiropractor: Is There A Difference?

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You Deserve The Best Treatment

Posted by Casey Cameron on 28 April 2014

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You Deserve The Best Treatment 

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Kinetic Health Opens Today

Posted by Casey Cameron on 31 March 2014

Welcome!

We have officially opened our doors to Kinetic Health, now located on the Ground Floor of the BNZ Building, 205 Princes St. 

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