Therapist Break

To our valued clients:

Our treatment rooms will be closed and services unavailable during the period from 18th June – 1st August 2018.

We have reconstruction works happening in the building we are located in. This results in a noisy and dusty environment and limited parking spaces.Your therapists Julie and Gabriela take this opportunity to take time out and to replenish their energies.

We would like to welcome you back with a discounted spring offer of 35% off the regular rate for all remedial massage therapies. Offer is redeemable from 1st August through to 15th September 2018.

Should you require treatment during the period where we are closed, we recommend you our trusted remedial therapist Leanne in Westmead. You will be in excellent hands. You can reach Leanne on 0422072241.

Support your body’s innate self-regulating forces – your inner doctor

Your ‘Inner Doctor’

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Today’s modern medicine can achieves amazing results, however it never HEALS anybody. This may sound strange, but really it is true. Think about it.The best doctor can only align or plaster a broken bone – the fusing and repairing of the bone needs to be done by your body’s ‘inner doctor’. The same is true for all other diseases: the doctor can only ensure optimum conditions for the workings and the healing that your own body’s forces have to achieve. Your ‘inner doctor’ is active around the clock: enzymes continuously repair defects in our genetic material (DNA), over a billion new skin cells get created in just one day and the inner surface of our intestines renews itself fully.

Our thoughts and feelings can either support and strengthen or weaken our ‘inner doctor’.
Research on self-healing powers began with the psycho-sociologist Aaron Antonovsky (1923-1997), who introduced the concept of Salutogenesis. The term describes an approach focusing on factors that support human health and well-being, rather than on factors that cause disease. According to Antonovsky it is the body’s innate self-regulating forces which should be used wisely. Our thoughts and attitudes are one of the strongest forces. If we doubt our self-healing forces or if we allow anxiety to take over, then we directly interfere with our inner healer. If, however, we trust our body and nourish positive and supportive thoughts then we help activate the self-healing forces.

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There a various ways how you can restore the balance in your autonomic nervous system and clear your mind of debilitating thought patterns or stressful conflicts: massage therapy, meditation, relaxation exercises,  just to name a few can help you restore the balance in your autonomic nervous system and activate & strengthen your body’s ‘inner doctor’!


Know that the best healer lives within you – your trust in him is his best support.

The body’s innate self healing forces and the difference between dis-ease and illness

body's innate self-healing forces,dis-ease,illnessThe aim of allied health and natural medicine therapists is to assist your body’s innate self-healing forces and mechanisms by stimulating sensors, relaxing muscles, realigning postural deviations, removing energy flow blockages caused by stressors and shortened musculature. We have different applications to arrive at the end goal of minimizing chronically manifested pain, showing you how to manage chronic pain and perhaps reduce or remove it, depending on how long it was given time to manifest and build. At HealthBack our methods to re-balance the body are remedial massage therapy, Dorn spinal therapy, reflexology and Breuss spinal stretch massage which all work towards the same goal: (more…)

The immune system and allergies: what’s the connection?

immune system and allergies,improved immunity,lymphatic system The immune system is the defense of your body against foreign, harmful invaders. There is an constant array of attackers attempting to “conquer” your body such as bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites. Our immune system works around the clock, and not only one organ is involved in this process but a formidable lineup of body defense systems such as skin and mucous membranes, bone marrow, thymus, lymph nodes and spleen, tonsils and intestines.