Headaches and Migraines: Identifying the Trigger to Determine the Treatment.
July 05, 2017
Sydney CBD Chiropractor and Functional Medicine specialist Dr Adrian Clegg discusses the differences in treatment methods between migraine and cervicogenic headaches.
Cervicogenic headaches and migraine headaches are two of the most common types of headaches but can have extremely different
Kalish Method of Functional Medicine - A Cure For Migraine Sufferers And Adrenal Fatigue
July 03, 2017
Sydney CBD Chiropractor and Functional Medicine practitioner Dr Adrian Clegg explains how his treatment method combining Atlas Orthogonal and the Kalish method of Functional Medicine can combat the destructive effects of adrenal fatigue, vertigo and even as a treatment method for migraine
Benefits and Uses of Functional Medicine
June 26, 2017
Today more than ever people are becoming more involved and taking charge of their own health. Personal health monitoring devices measuring resting heart rate, heart rate, V02 max, sleep patterns, weight, fat mass, muscle mass, bone mass, blood sugar and blood pressure are becoming the norm
Crucial Information for Migraine Treatment
June 19, 2017
Sydney CBD Chiropractor and Functional Medicine specialist Dr Adrian Clegg discusses how his integrated approach to the underlying cause of chronic disease can help with conditions ranging from migraine headaches through to weight loss. Drugs and surgery rarely correct the root cause of migraines
Dealing with Complex Migraines in Sydney, Australia
October 21, 2016
Migraine headaches are difficult to ignore when they strike. In fact, migraines are often debilitating to the point that normal daily activities such as work become impossible. Let’s take a look at this incredibly common heath concern.
Since migraines are a neurological condition, a severe
Sydney CBD Chiropractor Dr Adrian Clegg discusses how concussions and whiplash injuries can lead to Dementia
March 02, 2016
Dementia is the single greatest cause of disability in Australians over the age of 65!
It is estimated that 1.2 million Australians are involved in the care of a loved one who is suffering with dementia.
But just what exactly is dementia and how can you avoid developing this crippling