the reality check

Book Review: The Reality Check – Dr Heidi Haavik

Our chiropractic assistant, Dayna Hopgood, has worked with us for over a year and has been accepted as a chiro student over in Australia with her studies starting in 2017. Dr Craig wants her to be fully prepared so as ‘homework’ she’ll be reviewing different chiropractic texts and books for us. Here’s her first one on The Reality Check by Dr …

Book: The Paleo Solution

The Paleo Solution: The Original Human Diet Rob Wolff eloquently and entertainingly outlines the reasons he, and a growing number of health experts, believe we should be consuming the same kind of diet our ancestors would have followed 100,000 to 200,000 years ago. His argument hinges on the anthropological claim that the single most important event in all of human …

Book Review: DIY Health

We have been reviewing books monthly at the practice for some time and we’re finally putting our reviews up on the site. We sell all the books we review in the practice and only stock books that we think are truly inspiring. Feel free to have a look through our little library next time you are in. Book Review November …

Book Review: Well adjusted Babies

Well Adjusted Babies Dr Jennifer Barham-Floreani Well Adjusted Babies is the must-have resource for every young family. Written by an Australian chiropractor and world-renowned expert on holistic family healthcare, this book covers everything from pre-conceptive health tips through to birthing options, breastfeeding advice, family nutrition and tips for strong immunity. As a mother of 4 vibrant, healthy boys, Dr Jen …

Book Review: The Vital Truth

The Vital Truth Dr Sarah Farrant “This book is a must read for anyone and everyone who is interested in their health! Written by an incredible woman, Sarah Farrant, it leads the reader through a new (or maybe I should say old, but forgotten) understanding of health, our bodies and what it takes to lead a vitalistic life! Sarah has …

Book Review: Born to Run

Born to Run by Christopher McDougall Is running extremely long distances barefoot the key to health, happiness and longevity? Is running steadily for hours at a time not only therapeutic but also natural? Primitive humans did it constantly, catching and killing quarry simply by exhausting them in a marathon hunt. In “Born to Run,” Christopher McDougall discovers the Tarahumara, a …

Book Review: The Hidden Messages in Water

The Hidden Messages in Water by Dr Masaru Emoto Have you ever wondered what water really looks like? What if water had feelings? Dr Masaru Emoto attempts to answer some of these questions with his fascinating and beautiful research. His findings are a must read for anyone who cares about their own and their family’s health. Dr Masaru Emoto has …

Book Review: The brain that changes itself

The Brain that Changes Itself by Norman Doidge I found The Brain that Changes Itself a fascinating read, as it tells the story of the human brain and nervous system, and its’ amazing ability to change, adapt, and heal itself. It isn’t a dry textbook, rather, it is a series of stories from doctors, scientists, and patients who have witnessed …