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Movement Literacy

7th Apr 2016

Movement Literacy Everyone that comes to the practice has their movement assessed. Whether you’re training for the New York Marathon or still trying to figure out where to start on […]

Training Session – The Deadlift with Matt Duncan

5th Feb 2016

Yesterday I was fortunate enough to have a training session with Matthew Duncan from Fitness Playground in Surry Hills. We were focusing on one of my favorite lifts, the Deadlift. […]

Hip Extension Progression

19th Jan 2016

One of the more common group of movement dysfunctions I come across are hip stability and motor control dysfunction. This series of correctives will take you through 4 key postures […]


Functional Movement Systems – SFMA and FMS

29th Jun 2015

Functional Movement Systems is the think tank behind the sfma and fms. Read more for information about each below. Progressive Chiropractic offers Selective Functional Movement Assessments as part of an […]

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The Cable Woodchop

19th Jun 2015

The Cable Woodchop is a great exercise that helps improve core function and stability. Check out the PDF here Cable wood chop  

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Joint pain from the gut

24th Jan 2015

Several recent studies have found intriguing links between gut microbes, rheumatoid arthritis, and other diseases in which the body’s immune system goes awry and attacks its own tissue. Read this […]


DIY Injuries

26th Jun 2014

Home renos can be fun and rewarding. They are often a great way to stay active and to spend time with the family. Over the past few months we’ve had […]