The WhiteTree Blog

Chiropractic care and Golf

Golf can be a game of millimetres. A club head that is angled a few millimetres off centre can result in a drive hooking out Read the full article…

Healthy Ageing

With the decline in nervous system function from ageing many older adults experience an increased rate of falls. (1) Although getting old may appear like Read the full article…

Chiropractic Care is a Great Investment in your Health

Do you worry about the cost of your healthcare? Research shows that chiropractic care is a great option to help you feel your best without Read the full article…

Pain is created in the Brain

Did you know the feeling of pain is something your brain decides you should experience if it believes there is some tissue damage in your Read the full article…

Handbrake in your Brain

Does it feel like you have a handbrake on your muscles and you do not have your usual strength? This idea of having a handbrake Read the full article…


About 1 in 6 people experience migraines on a regular basis, often may times each month.1 Migraines are often severe and are considered by the Read the full article…

Older Adults

Some of the challenges of getting older include memory loss and difficulty in carrying out tasks of daily living such as dressing, bathing, or cooking. Read the full article…

Christmas hours 2021

Over the Christmas period we are open: Monday 20th  10-6 Tuesday 21st closed Wednesday 22nd 10-6 Thursday 23rd closed Friday 24th closed Monday 26th to Read the full article…

Chiropractic and The Immune System

As the coronovirus pandemic continues to affect the world over, one of the questions many people have asked is ‘what can I do to help Read the full article…

Central Nervous System and Immune System

Did you know that your nervous system and immune system talk to each other? If was once thought that these two super systems were not Read the full article…

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