Chiropractor, Physiotherapy, Podiatry, Nutrition and Naturopathy Health Services, Stanmore.

We are a leading Sydney healthcare practice providing clients with the opportunity to enjoy a lifetime of health. Ours is a personalised, realistic and comprehensive approach to chiropractic care, physiotherapy, naturopathy and podiatry. About us  

  • Physiotherapy

    Better Health Physiotherapy is committed to providing high quality outcome based treatment regimes that tailor programs to individual needs rather than apply a “one size fits all” approach.

  • Chiropractic

    A personalised approach to chiropractic care, where our primary philosophy is focused on providing you and your family with long-term health. We’ll help you overcome injury as well as set you on course for a better lifestyle and better health.

  • Naturopathy

    The combination of science and natural medicine: these are the critical components of our naturopathy practice that will enable you to achieve a lifetime of better health. We’ll guide you there by focusing on the right nutritional and lifestyle factors unique to you and your life.

  • Podiatry

    Podiatry goes beyond diagnosing, treating and managing injuries of the feet and legs: we take a broader approach factoring in the impact on the musculoskeletal system, mobility and lifestyle demands.

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1311-pms-art_0PMS or pre-menstrual syndrome is also sometimes referred to as PMT or pre-menstrual tension. PMS is such a common complaint from many of my female patients (about 75% of women suffer from PMS) and I find that most almost see it as being a ‘normal’ part of being a woman. And yes, for around a day or so while your progesterone levels are dropping, a few minor symptoms might be considered normal. However any symptoms lasting for more than a few days is a sign of an underlying hormonal imbalance and is not normal. Some of my patients complain of PMS symptoms for a whole week, others start to not feel right all the way from ovulation, which means 2 whole weeks of PMS for those with a regular cycle. Continue Reading →

‘Why nutrition is vital for your Health’

heartFirst question I like to ask someone who debates the importance of nutrition is- ‘what exactly do you think your body is made up of?”. Proteins, sugars, fats, vitamins and minerals (i.e the food that you eat) is what makes all of the cells in your body. Without adequate nutrition, it is physically impossible for your body to function the way it should. You will never have as much energy, feel as happy, digest food as well, sleep well or feel as good as you should be able to without proper nutritional intake. Continue Reading →