Chiropractors around the country will be using the month of May to help patients and the community to put their best foot forward and start walking their way to health and wellbeing.
National Chiropractic Care Week 2011 marks the launch of Just Start Walking, a new health initiative that highlights the importance of posture and mobility on our overall health and wellbeing.
It’s no surprise that in modern times we have become much more mobile through portable technology, but physically we are much less active.
Yet our human body is designed for movement, so to keep your spine at its best we need to stay active. After all, an active spine is a healthy spine and a healthy spine leads to a healthier life.
The good news is we can do something about it. We can Just Start Walking. Why walk? Well it’s simple, inexpensive, easy and achievable.
Your overall health can be affected by the health of your spine so use National Chiropractic Care Week to make an appointment with our clinic to assess your spinal health and discuss how you can start walking your way to wellbeing.
To get in tune with your body, contact Victoria Park Chiropractic Clinic for an appointment today.
You can also visit the Chiropractors’ Association of Australia’s new website at www.juststartwalking.com.au and download the mobile phone app to help get you on the front foot to health and wellbeing!
The first of Victoria Park Chiropractic Clinic’s health forums, the Women’s Health Forum held in October last year, was a huge success. Dr’s Paije Cox and Tania Kent hosted a well-attended event discussing general health issues concerning women and women’s health, with most of those present learning a thing or two about what goes onto and into their bodies!
Feedback from the event was extremely positive, and we’re happy to announce the next in the forum series: the Nutrition Forum, covering issues such as:
- what really is the best “diet”?
- what are the so-called super-foods?
- how does nutrition impact our health?
The Nutrition Forum will be held at Victoria Park Chiropractic Clinic on the evening of Tuesday 7 June* from 7:30pm-8:30pm.
If you are interested in attending, please phone the clinic on 8332 4567 or email email@example.com and leave your details with our wonderful CAs.
* note – this date replaces the original scheduled date of 10 May.
Road closures due to the CLIPSAL 500 start to take effect from Monday March 14th 2011.
The roads affected are:
- Wakefield St and Dequetteville Tce – to be closed to through traffic.
- Fullarton Rd – reduced to single lanes north and south.
The clinic will remain unaffected and parking will still be available on Watson Ave and under the building (accessed from Fullarton Rd).
PLEASE NOTE SPEED RESTRICTIONS WILL BE ENFORCED.
Please be aware that the clinic is closed on the following dates:
SATURDAY 25TH DECEMBER
MONDAY 27TH DECEMBER
TUESDAY 28TH DECEMBER
SATURDAY 1ST JANUARY
MONDAY 3RD JANUARY
What makes our season especially bright is remembering friends we first met as patients. We want to thank you for sharing that special joy with us. Your friendship has been a pleasure, and serving you, our privilege.
Our sincerest wish is that you enjoy the very best of health in the year ahead.
While this time of year can be so stressful it is also a beautiful time of celebration with family, friends and colleagues, and it is a time to be grateful for all the blessings received over the year. At this time we would like to thank all of you for entrusting us with your care and with the care of your family and friends.
The greatest compliment our patients can give is the referral of their friends and loved ones.
Thank you for your trust!
Presented by Drs Tania Kent and Paije Cox and with a theme of “Looking good, feeling good”, Victoria Park Chiropractic Clinic will be hosting a forum to discuss issues of women’s health on the evening of Tuesday 19 October.
More details will be posted here as they become available. To register your interest, please give us a call on (08) 8332 4567 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo credit: lululemon athletica, Creative Commons licence
We’re thrilled to welcome a new chiropractor to VPCC: Dr Paije Cox.
Born and raised in Adelaide, South Australia, Paije Cox moved to Melbourne to study Chiropractic at RMIT University for five years. Like many students Paije came home during her summer holidays and supplemented her income by working in restaurants and cellar doors in the Barossa Valley. Working in these wineries benefitted Paije by increasing her passion for cooking good food and drinking good wine.
While in her fifth year Paije was one of three students chosen from her year level to travel to Cambodia to treat children in orphanages, land mine victims, and people with polio as well has having the opportunity to perform humanitarian duties whilst there. This, along with paediatric clinic duty, ignited Paije’s keen interest in treating children and pregnant women.
Since graduating Paije has been working in Melrose Park and volunteering as a trainer at Lobethal Football Club. Her hobbies include singing, playing piano, working out at the gym, and painting. She now lives in Magill with her partner Tom and her pet lorikeet Hercules.
Dr David Coppi has headed off overseas for some well-deserved R&R, and when he returns he will be pursuing other interests elsewhere.
Dr Coppi has been a wonderful team member and we thank him for his years of effort, concern and care. He will be missed, and we wish him all the very best for the future as he embarks on the next phase of his professional life.
This year’s National Chiropractic Care Week theme asks: Which posture are you? Chiropractors at Victoria Park Chiropractic Clinic will be using the month of May to help patients, old and new, review their posture and identify the posture profile that most matches theirs.
Are you a multi-tasking mum, office worker, active retiree or even an active kid?
Each of these common lifestyles brings with them a range of potentially punishing postures, such as slouching, hunching or twisting, which can take their toll on your spine.
In fact, up to 90 per cent of people have poor posture, which puts extra pressure on the spine and can lead to tension, soreness, headaches, back pain and fatigue. The good news is that many postural issues can be corrected and sometimes even reversed.
Use National Chiropractic Care Week (May 24 to 30) as a prompt to get in tune with your body and make an appointment for a posture assessment, advice and exercises to help you make the most of your posture.
You can also visit the Chiropractors’ Association of Australia’s new website – whatsyourposture.com.au – for the low down on common postural problems, including self assessment tools and information on how chiropractic care works to help people maintain a health spine for a healthier life.
We are very sad to farewell Julie Broome, and we would like to take this opportunity to thank Julie for her contribution to the clinic—her warmness, professional manner, efficiency and sense of humour will be missed. We would like to wish her the very best of health now and in the future.
At the same time we are very happy to introduce Rose Pullen who joins our CA team. Please join us in welcoming her, and please say hello!