Jimboomba Chiropractic http://www.jimboombachiropractic.com Give your spine new life Sun, 08 Mar 2020 23:28:33 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.4.1 http://www.jimboombachiropractic.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/cropped-jimboomba-logo-32x32.jpg Jimboomba Chiropractic http://www.jimboombachiropractic.com 32 32 7 TIPS TO BOOSTING OUR IMMUNE SYSTEM NATURALLY http://www.jimboombachiropractic.com/7-tips-to-boosting-our-immune-system-naturally/ Sun, 08 Mar 2020 23:28:31 +0000 http://www.jimboombachiropractic.com/?p=337 Corona virus is hitting the media intensely, and the regular flu season is just around the corner, so we thought we would share some crucial tips on how to strengthen your immune system naturally. REST – One of the biggest help to our immune system is getting enough rest. Rest/Sleep is vital to helping our…

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Corona virus is hitting the media intensely, and the regular flu season is just around the corner, so we thought we would share some crucial tips on how to strengthen your immune system naturally.

  1. REST – One of the biggest help to our immune system is getting enough rest. Rest/Sleep is vital to helping our body recover from our daily stresses. When we are tired, our systems are -overwhelmed and struggle to overcome the attacks on our system. Try and get at least 7-8HRS every night to give your body the best chance of healing through rest.
  2. AVOID SUGARY FOODS – Sugary foods dampen our ability to raise an effective immune response for up to 8 hrs after consuming these foods. This means you ability to fight bugs and viruses is severely hampered through eating these foods. What is worse, sugary foods are actually the preferred foods of bacteria, so you are feeding them when you are eating these foods.
  3. VITAMIN C – chew on 1-2 Chewable vitamin Cs per day as a daily boost to our immune system. When feeling under the weather, you could take up to 10-12 chewable per day, however should you get the runs, you have had too much,
  4. EXERCISE– Moving your body energises the system. Regular exercise increases the strength of the body, and provides energy to our cells and brain. This too helps boost the immune system
  5. SPEAK GOOD THINGS – Our mental attitude can affect up to 75% of our physical physiology. Our words have power over our health and well being. Instead of saying, I feel sick, focus on the words, I am getting better.
  6. AVOID MORE STRESS – Limit the stresses in your life. Stress has a severely negative impact on our nervous system. Delegate, say no or offload certain activities that raise you stress levels. It will be better for your immune system, mental health and overall health.
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7. CHIROPRACTIC!! – Chiropractic adjustments have been shown to effectively reduce stress in the body, boost the fight cells of the immune system and provide better overall functioning of our body systems, thereby boosting overall immune status. Chiropractic patients who get adjusted at least 1/month or more find they get 59% less sick than those who do not. If you are feeling unwell, rather than staying away, get adjusted more! We are certainly not afraid of the bugs.

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“There’s Something I Forgot to Tell You…” http://www.jimboombachiropractic.com/theres-something-i-forgot-to-tell-you/ Wed, 05 Feb 2020 22:14:33 +0000 http://www.jimboombachiropractic.com/?p=332 After a week or two of care a new patient will often pull us aside. They go on to describe some aspect of their health that has improved. Only thing, it’s not what prompted them to originally see us for care. This happens surprisingly often. They didn’t mention their acid reflux, indigestion or some other…

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Patient’s quickly fall in love with how good they are feeling from their chiropractic adjustments

After a week or two of care a new patient will often pull us aside.

They go on to describe some aspect of their health that has improved. Only thing, it’s not what prompted them to originally see us for care.

This happens surprisingly often.

They didn’t mention their acid reflux, indigestion or some other condition during our initial visit. That’s understandable. Many people think of chiropractic as something that only helps spinal conditions.

Those who see chiropractic as only a treatment for headaches and back pain overlook something more significant. Namely the role that chiropractic may play in whole body health. Here’s how:

1. Your nervous system controls and regulates every cell, tissue and organ.
2. The nervous system consists of your brain, spinal cord and all your nerves.
3. The most important parts of your nervous system are protected by bone.
4. The moving segments of your spinal column are vulnerable to misalignment.
5. Aberrant spinal biomechanics can affect nervous system communications.
6. Impaired nerve messages can produce problems peripheral to the spine.
7. As nervous system interferences are reduced, symptoms often resolve.

Which raises an important question.

When is a stomach problem a stomach problem? And when is a stomach problem actually a nerve communication problem between the brain and stomach?

It’s the brain that controls your stomach. Just as it controls your lungs, your knees and every other function of your body. It controls and regulates every bodily function via nerve messages sent over the spinal cord. Interference from the moving bones protecting these nerves could show up as a stomach problem. But the real problem is along the spinal column. Correct the spinal problem and the stomach problem often resolves.

Does that make chiropractic a treatment for stomach problems? Of course not. The intent of chiropractic care is to restore proper function to a compromised nervous system. Instead of ‘side effects’ the happy result is ‘positive effects’ that many patients notice as their care progresses.

If you’re concerned about your posture, consider bringing them in for a FREE check, Book Online today here.

Dr Theo Blöte

Jimboomba Chiropractor

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Internal Inflammation http://www.jimboombachiropractic.com/inflammation-leads-to-pain/ Sun, 10 Nov 2019 22:13:17 +0000 http://www.jimboombachiropractic.com/?p=326 It might seem tasty, but fast, highly processed food is a known cause of inflammation. Inflammation is your immune system’s response to an infection, injury or irritation. It’s how our body’s white blood cells protect us from bacteria and viruses. An infected cut shows signs of inflammation with swelling, redness and pain. A similar response…

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Fast food meal.

It might seem tasty, but fast, highly processed food is a known cause of inflammation.

Inflammation is your immune system’s response to an infection, injury or irritation. It’s how our body’s white blood cells protect us from bacteria and viruses.

An infected cut shows signs of inflammation with swelling, redness and pain. A similar response can occur inside our body from the foods we eat.

We usually think of inflammation as something outside the body. But it can occur inside the body too. Which can lead to stroke, heart disease and other ailments. Author Nicholas Perricone, MD, proposes that inflammation may well be the force behind premature aging.

He and other researchers believe that widespread inflammation is due to our diet. It may be the main factor in the increase of degenerative diseases. These are the most costly to treat and can take years to develop. These include diabetes, cancer, arthritis and Alzheimer’s.

Does your diet consist mostly of foods cooked at high temperatures? Such as most “fast food?” Does your diet include a lot of refined sugar? Do you consume hydrogenated or refined oils? That would include potato chips, margarine and most baked goods.

If so, you are more likely to be experiencing inflammation. Instead, add more of these types of foods to your diet:

  • Fruits, such as apples, berries, fresh pineapple, lemons, limes
  • Vegetables, such as onions, tomatoes, greens (spinach, broccoli, kale), bell peppers, garlic
  • Spices, such as cinnamon, ginger, basil, mint, parsley, rosemary
  • Nuts and seeds, such as sunflower seeds, walnuts, almonds
  • Fish, such as halibut, salmon, sardines, oysters
  • Olive oil
  • Beverages, such as green tea, black tea, red wine and lots of water
  • Dark Chocolate, but not the sugary milk chocolate

Fortunately, we can control inflammation by being more mindful the foods we eat. Try to introduce at least one anti-inflammatory food into every meal. Many quickly notice relief from some of the symptoms that have been bothering them. Plus, as an added bonus, they’re better able to maintain a healthier weight.

For more information you may email Dr Theo at info@jimboombachiropractic.com

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Back Pain what can I do? http://www.jimboombachiropractic.com/back-pain-what-can-i-do/ Sun, 03 Nov 2019 21:33:34 +0000 http://www.jimboombachiropractic.com/?p=319 Ouch! Your back hurts. You’ll go to a doctor if it doesn’t let up soon, but meanwhile, what can you do to treat back pain? Better yet, since you don’t want to simply treat it, what can you to relieve back pain? Wait a minute. What can you do to cure back pain – now?!…

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Ouch! Your back hurts. You’ll go to a doctor if it doesn’t let up soon, but meanwhile, what can you do to treat back pain? Better yet, since you don’t want to simply treat it, what can you to relieve back pain? Wait a minute. What can you do to cure back pain – now?!

While back pain can be excruciating, it is common. It is one of the leading reasons people visit doctors each year. Add those who don’t want to visit a doctor, and the numbers are staggering.

Question is: how can you truly cure back pain?

You Don’t Want to Hear This!

As a chiropractor I will tell you that the best way to cure back pain is to begin, and consistently maintain, regular exercises to strengthen core muscles.

But most people don’t want to hear that.

How about you? If I am right, you probably don’t want to hear that you can cure back pain with regular exercise. You would rather hear that…

* a new chair will cure back pain while you watch TV

* a new prescription drug will cure back pain with daily doses

* a month in bed (paid sick leave) will cure back pain

* you should not exercise at all

I’m sorry, but what you and I really need is exercise that specifically targets the core muscle groups that support our backs.

Exercises to Cure Back Pain

The Texas Back Institute tells us that research shows more than two days of inactivity is harmful when you have back pain. Lying in a bed or reclining chair will only cause your muscles to weaken and become less flexible. As you move around, exercise improves blood flow to discs, joints, and muscles. Exercise relaxes spasms that are causing you pain, and speeds healing.

You need to get up and get gentle exercise if you expect to cure back pain.

The following daily routine will go far toward helping you actually cure back pain and keep it from recurring.

* Morning Rising: Begin your day by getting out of bed with this exercise. Roll on one side. Gently swing your legs to the floor while pushing up with your arms. When you are in a sitting position, stand up. This exercise will remind you every morning of your desire to cure back pain forever.

* Warm-up: Warm up your back before beginning exercises or rushing around getting ready for your day. Bend at the waist, and let your arms hang toward the floor. Do not stretch or bounce. Simply bend and hang, feeling your back lengthen. Then reach slowly for the ceiling, gently stretching upward. A brief, relaxed walk will finish your warm-up.

* Six Exercises:

1. Slippery Heels – Lie on your back on the floor, legs straight. Slowly slide your left heel toward your body, knee bent upward. Then slide the heel back away from your body until your leg is straight again. Repeat 10 times for each leg.

2. Slippery Lap – Stand with your back touching a wall, feet 12″ from the wall. Tighten abdominal muscles, hold, and slowly bend both knees, sliding downward until you form a lap. Hold 30 seconds, and slowly slide up again. Repeat 10 times.

3. High Heels – Stand facing a wall, about 18″ away. Balance your weight evenly on both feet. Slowly lift up only your heels – as though wearing high heel shoes. Then lower your heels slowly back to the floor. Repeat 10 times for each foot.

4. High Legs – Lie on your back, left leg straight, right leg at right angle. Tighten abdominal muscles, and slowly lift straight leg 6 to 12 inches, keeping it straight. Hold 5 seconds, and slowly lower. Repeat 10 times for each leg.

5. Reverse High Legs – Do “high legs” while lying on your stomach on the floor. Hold for 10 seconds, and slowly lower the leg to the floor. Repeat 5 times for each leg.

6. Brake Pedals – Lie on your back on the floor, legs straight. Push toes away as though pushing on 2 brake pedals. Pull the toes back toward your body, as though letting up on the brake pedals. Work your brake pedals up and down. Repeat 10 times.

* Cool-down: Cool down before going on with your day. A brief, relaxed walk is all you need.

Additional Secrets to Cure Back Pain

You can cure back pain by adding these additional secrets to your exercise program. First of all, remember that you should see your health care provider to learn exactly what type of back pain you have, and whether home care is sufficient.

With your providor’s approval, add these steps to cure back pain.

* If you must sit at a computer all day, sit with feet flat on the floor, or use a footrest to relieve back strain and cure back pain.

* Get up and move around for at least 5 minutes out of every hour.

* When standing for extended periods, shift your weight regularly.

* Wear shoes that have soft soles and low heels, preferably no more than 1.5 inches and square in shape. Place inserts in your shoes to correct any incorrect posture.

* Lose weight if you are too heavy. You can cure back pain more quickly if your muscles have less work to do.

* Avoid sitting on a thick billfold. A lot of money might buy back surgery, but you won’t cure back pain by sitting on it or a stack of credit cards and photos.

* Bend at the knees, not at the waist, when lifting something heavy.

* When your doctor says you are ready, begin a program of aerobic exercise to strengthen those core muscles in your back and abdomen. Choose from activities such as jogging, cycling, or swimming.

As long as you try to avoid it, you cannot cure back pain. Talk to your health care provider and create an exercise program that is right for you and your pain.

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November’s Healthy Minute http://www.jimboombachiropractic.com/novembers-healthy-minute/ Sun, 27 Oct 2019 20:37:49 +0000 http://www.jimboombachiropractic.com/?p=315 Healthy Back Habits We are creatures of… habit. Many chronic health issues are the result of choices we’ve made for years. They can add up to health challenges that may prove difficult or impossible to correct. Here are three habits for a happy spine for years to come: 1. Maintain Good Posture: Just as looking…

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Healthy Back Habits

We are creatures of… habit. Many chronic health issues are the result of choices we’ve made for years. They can add up to health challenges that may prove difficult or impossible to correct.

Here are three habits for a happy spine for years to come:

1. Maintain Good Posture: Just as looking both ways before crossing the street was engrained in our minds at a young age, so should proper posture. Good posture reduces the stress to the supporting muscles and ligaments of your spine.

2. Avoid Disc Risks: Some sports and popular activities have been aptly dubbed “disc risks.” Become more mindful about the impact on your spine from things like roller coasters and extreme sports activities.

3. Stand More Sit Less: Let’s face it—most of us sit a lot. We sit at home, at work, and even during social events. Get up and walk each hour.

Car Trauma Means Spinal Trauma

Most of us have been involved in at least one minor fender bender. Though the damage to a car may have been easy to spot, your injuries aren’t so obvious. Even if you feel fine, it’s possible that you’ve suffered muscle strain or worse:

Whiplash: It’s the most common injury seen in car accidents. When hit from behind the force first whips your unsupported head back, and then forward sharply.

Disc Herniation: In a more severe accident, it’s possible for a spinal disc to become weak or bulge. Especially between the vertebrae in the lower spine.

Pinched Nerve: After an accident, a nerve involvement can produce pain and inflammation. This could take anywhere from days to months or even longer to develop.

The unseen damage spinal trauma from a car accident can often show up long after you’ve forgotten about the incident. Encourage those you love to call us for a non-obligation evaluation.

Boost Your Immune System For the Holidays

The holiday season is fast approaching and sometimes it brings more than joy. With year-end deadlines, travel and social obligations, it also means stress. It’s a common time of the year when our bodies become drained leading to illness. Here’s how you can ensure peak holiday health.

Incorporate more Vitamin C into your diet. This means choosing foods like oranges, red peppers and broccoli.

Skip the sugar. We tend to lose sight of eating well over the holidays and indulge in things (and amounts) that we usually wouldn’t, stressing our body.

Wash your hands. Avoid introducing germs into your body by not rubbing your mouth, eyes and nose.

Get adjusted. When your nervous system is working properly, so are other critical systems important to your health. While chiropractic care isn’t a treatment for colds or the flu, adjustments can help manage stress and keep your immune system strong.

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October’s Healthy Minute http://www.jimboombachiropractic.com/october-2019-newsletter/ Sun, 29 Sep 2019 22:45:14 +0000 http://www.jimboombachiropractic.com/?p=312 Workplace Wellness Strategies Practicing healthy habits is important wherever you are, and since most of us spend hours each day at work behind a desk, it can be a challenge to keep up on our wellness. Instead of giving in to our newfound “workaholic” lifestyle, consider these three ways you can ensure you’re putting your…

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Workplace Wellness Strategies

Practicing healthy habits is important wherever you are, and since most of us spend hours each day at work behind a desk, it can be a challenge to keep up on our wellness. Instead of giving in to our newfound “workaholic” lifestyle, consider these three ways you can ensure you’re putting your health first at work.

1. Use an office bulletin board to share healthy recipes with co-workers. This isn’t just good for your diet—you’ll love getting to try new meals here and there.

2. Start a “break-time” walking club. You don’t have to go far or for long—even a lap or two around your office will get your heart pumping and muscles stretched.

3. Some workplaces provide snacks, which can be a nice perk of the job, though they may not always be the healthiest. If so, suggest healthier alternatives to your manager to help keep your office nutritious.

Exercise: A Real Brain-Booster

Sure, exercise gets the heart pumping, but it also boosts cerebral and mental health.

When you exercise, there’s an increase in blood flow to the brain. The result is a boost in cognitive capabilities. Whether you swim a few laps, cycle or run for a few minutes, the physical activity you do can help sharpen your mental performance. It can even enhance your ability to learn something new. An increase in “brain-derived neurotrophic factor,” which stimulates brain cell growth, is another benefit of exercise.

Emotional health may improve with exercise, too. Working out is an effective and natural way to relieve stress, anxiety and even depression. Exercise also helps keep the brain spry. Some studies suggest it may stave off dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. In addition to working out, getting regular chiropractic adjustments can help keep your nervous system in tip-top shape.

Overlooked Source of Back Pain

A quality mattress that supports your back can make all the difference between getting so-so sleep and superb shuteye. If you’re trying to sleep on an old mattress with inadequate support, it may be the cause of chronic low back pain.

Perhaps its time for a new mattress. You’ll want to ensure that it supports the natural spinal curves and alignment. It’s a good idea to lie on different mattresses that offer varying degrees of support. Comfort, after all, is critical.

You may find, however, that a too-firm mattress could result in aches and pains on pressure points. A medium-firm mattress is likely your best bet. Medium-firm tends to provide comfort and support.

Consider a memory foam mattress. They can offer great support and may help prevent or reduce pain. Naturally, getting regular chiropractic check ups is another excellent way to relieve back pain and possibly enhance your sleep!

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‘Text Neck’ And Bad Posture In Teens . http://www.jimboombachiropractic.com/text-neck-and-bad-posture-in-teens/ Tue, 25 Jun 2019 23:10:00 +0000 http://www.jimboombachiropractic.com/?p=305 IPhones, Ipads, Ipods, Xbox, Playstation, you name it, our generation of kids have it! And now Text neck! Who would have thought that the use of smartphone & tablet devices could create such frequent occurring neck pain, that it has its own definable term? Posture, especially good upright posture, is declining fast. With usage on…

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IPhones, Ipads, Ipods, Xbox, Playstation, you name it, our generation of kids have it!

And now Text neck!

Who would have thought that the use of smartphone & tablet devices could create such frequent occurring neck pain, that it has its own definable term?

Posture, especially good upright posture, is declining fast. With usage on these devices nearing 4hrs+ per day, the strain on the ligaments. muscles and joints in the neck is too great. The effect? ‘text neck’ (see image below).

Text Neck is described by Health professionals such as chiropractors, when a person is bowing the head at an angle for extended periods while using a smartphone risking serious repetitive stress injuries.

A neck should have a healthy neck curve like pictured on the right in the image below. However too often, necks end up like that on the left. Which can lead to neck pain, headaches, eye pain, shoulder pain, nausea and migraines.

The before and after X-rays in the example above, demonstrate how chiropractic adjustments were able to help restore proper alignment in the spine following a care program of 90 days.

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Do you wake up with Aching Joints? http://www.jimboombachiropractic.com/do-you-wake-up-with-aching-joints/ Mon, 10 Jun 2019 01:59:37 +0000 http://www.jimboombachiropractic.com/?p=299 Cold mornings and aching joints. A painful reality for too many people. Why do we get aching joints? Check this short video by Dr Theo on why we get aching joints. Simple strategies: Improve our diet to remove inflammatory foods Choose supplements that can reduce inflammation such as Fish oils, Tumeric, Ginger & Boswelia Increase…

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Cold mornings and aching joints. A painful reality for too many people.

Why do we get aching joints? Check this short video by Dr Theo on why we get aching joints.

Simple strategies:

  1. Improve our diet to remove inflammatory foods
  2. Choose supplements that can reduce inflammation such as Fish oils, Tumeric, Ginger & Boswelia
  3. Increase activities that promote flexibility, like stretching and yoga.
  4. Seek help from health providers, like chiropractic & massage.

Do you have questions? Feel free to email Dr Theo info@jimboombachiropractic.com or leave a comment below.

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Why Does My Back Hurt? http://www.jimboombachiropractic.com/why-does-my-back-hurt/ Sun, 26 May 2019 21:34:29 +0000 http://www.jimboombachiropractic.com/?p=295 Back problems are common conditions. Estimates from the Australian Bureau of Statistics 2014–15 National Health Survey show about 3.7 million Australians (16% of the population) have back problems. It is estimated that 70–90% of people will suffer from lower back pain in some form at some point in their lives. Why is back pain so…

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Back problems are common conditions. Estimates from the Australian Bureau of Statistics 2014–15 National Health Survey show about 3.7 million Australians (16% of the population) have back problems. It is estimated that 70–90% of people will suffer from lower back pain in some form at some point in their lives.

Why is back pain so prevalent?

The common reasons for back pain is, idiopathic (meaning no specific cause). Rather, the accumulation of little things over our lifetime build to a bigger problem over time.

Minor injuries result in abnormal motion within the joints, this causes abnormal weight bearing or stress loading within the joints. Overtime the body’s protection mechanisms leads to spasms, scar tissue and limited motion. The end result?

#backpain #lowbackpain #neckpain #headaches #pain

Chiropractic aims to result motion to restricted joints, to normalise the stresses through the joints, allowing the body’s protection mechanism to switch off and normal function to continue. The end result?

#Ifeelgood #feelbetter #livewell #health&wellness

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‘I Can Normally Adjust Myself’ http://www.jimboombachiropractic.com/i-can-normally-adjust-myself/ Wed, 15 May 2019 21:40:16 +0000 http://www.jimboombachiropractic.com/?p=290 When a chiropractor adjusts (restores motion) the spine, the by product of this is often referred to by patients as The ‘pop’, ‘crack’ or ‘noise’. This sound however is not made by bones, rather it is in fact a small amount of gas released within the joint. When a person takes their own joints through…

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Self Adjusting creates motion in already mobile joints.

When a chiropractor adjusts (restores motion) the spine, the by product of this is often referred to by patients as The ‘pop’, ‘crack’ or ‘noise’. This sound however is not made by bones, rather it is in fact a small amount of gas released within the joint.


When a person takes their own joints through a rapid motion (High Velocity), they are often able to re-recreate this ‘pop’ and feel a sense of relax, or pressure release.


This is because the fixated joint builds up stress in the joints above and below the fixation (see picture). When a person attempts to ‘self-adjust’ they will create extra motion in these already mobile but stressed joints.


Therefore, self-adjusting will result in making an already mobile joint, more mobile (Hypermobile) and therefore should be avoided.


If you find yourself need to ‘crack’ yourself, it is probably because there are fixated joints that need help.


A chiropractic adjustment is specific to the fixated joints (see picture) and restores the motion resolving the desire for self-adjusting.


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