Homeopathy for Fevers and Flu

Apart from such common sense measures as tucking yourself up in bed, if you can, drinking hot soothing fluids such as hot lemon and honey, and taking high doses of Vit C frequently, how can Homeopathy help?

SWC, awarded by the readers of Expat Living HK

We are so excited to receive this awesome recognition! Expat Living HK has announced the READER'S CHOICE AWARDS, and we've made it on the winner list! A BIG thank you to this great lifestyle publication, and to all of the readers that voted us!

Pain and Posture

The official figures report that 80% of Hong Kong's workforce suffered or are suffering regularly from back pain. In my experience, the figure is even higher. My latest sample showed that 100% of workers regularly suffer from back, neck and shoulder tension and pain. Back pain, together with anxiety and depression are the top causes for days off in Hong Kong. Why do so many have pain issues?

The FREE Clinic 4.0

A big thank you to everyone that participated in the 4th edition of THE FREE CLINIC! We love collaborating with this great cause organised by the Chinese International School's students, where medical staff from Stanley Wellness Centre and Lauren Bramley & Partners bring healthcare to people from unprivileged communities who need it most.

Scoliosis and Children

The truth is, almost no one is perfectly straight. However, the earlier you treat scoliosis the more chances you have to improve it.
 Children and teenagers should get their spines checked by an Osteopath every six months to a year. You get your teeth checked regularly by a dentist, shouldn't you do the same for your spine?
 

POSTURE DOES MATTER

With slouching, text neck and scoliosis seemingly being the norm today I was duly surprised by this newspaper clipping my parents sent about my former ballet teacher who just turned 90. She looks more upright and energetic than most 40 year olds! What is her secret?

To call or not to call

I'm definitely not suggesting you call for help if you feel a twinge at your left ear lobe. In most cases the body will deal with it. But if you had a weird pain or a physical discomfort for a couple of weeks and it's not getting any better, you probably should have it checked out. This is why...
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