We are delighted to welcome Alex Mendieta to the Mind & Body practice. He represents the next generation of chiropractors. A recent graduate from Macquarie University, Alex brings an evidence-based, results-orientated approach to treating patients. Read More
Enjoy our short animation of how Dr Alex partnered with Mind & Body Chiropractic. Read More
Andrew is taking to the high seas on 17th December and will be on leave until the New Year. The Mudgeeraba clinic will reopen on 3rd January 2017 and the phone number is 5559 1998.
Our Surfers Paradise clinic will remain open over the festive season and you can reach us on 5539 9960. Kate and and Alex will be on hand to take care of your usual or seasonally unexpected (cricket, football, swimming pool etc) needs during this time.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year for 2017. Read More
About 1/3 of the adult population will experience lower back pain and/or sciatica as a result of a lumbar disc problem at some point in their lifetime. Read More
Many people, including parents, don’t think of children as being subject to the negative effects of stress. But school can be very stressful for some children. Just as the Mind & Body Chiropractic approach can be effective in helping adults manage stress, it can also help the kids. Read More
According to recent studies by the World Health Organization, there is a worldwide epidemic of stress-related disorders. Our hectic modern lifestyle brings with it all kinds of stress that is affecting us deeply. Read More
Obviously, the body goes through dramatic changes when you are pregnant. During pregnancy, a lot of women feel pressure due to the growing baby and this extra pressure can cause a great deal of pain. Read More
Headaches affect almost half of the population. Up to 20% of all headaches relate to the neck and are called cervicogenic headaches. Watch this short video to learn more about this common yet debilitating headache and its treatment. Read More
Rib dysfunction can be brought on by an accident or injury, repetitive strains or poor posture. Symptoms can also begin following a sudden or explosive movement, like coughing or sneezing, reaching, pushing, or pulling. Rib dysfunction may cause pain near or slightly to the side of your spine with possible radiation of symptoms along your rib, sometimes all the way to the front of the chest. Read More
When the sacroiliac joint becomes “locked-up”, a self-perpetuating cycle of pain and discomfort follows. Restriction causes the muscles to become overworked, leading to tightness, compression, inflammation, pain and more restriction. Read More