This is Jurmaine Health; the centre to help you achieve wellness in both your brain and body. We endeavour to increase cross communication between health professionals for your health and wellbeing. We’ll bring you topics on neuropsychology, neurobehaviour, neuromusculoskeletal, neurogastro, movement is wellbeing, metabolism and microbiome, which are also some of the services that we provide.
What is your shape? Lordosis? Kyphosis? Scoliosis?
Learn about the structures that “shape” the spine.
Other clinicians, Cera and Jackie have shared their trauma. Find out what Shermain has experienced on this podcast!
Your sporting choices in childhood or teenage years could show up later when you hit your 30's - especially when you incurred injuries that were not resolved earlier on.
Could your spine be malnourished? It shows up in x-ray as darker shades.
We found that in the creative industry, many of our patients suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome. This can occur to young people between mid 20's to under 40 years old.
Find out what else we have seen, what our physiotherapist Cera has been up to, and what else we discussed on this episode.
Do you have space for recovery?
Your body is like a pulley system. One muscle pulls, the other pulls. When one is held for a particular position for too long, there is compensation.
Tension can apply to emotions, the mind and the body. Do you have unresolved trauma? When unresolved, it breaks the body down in many ways including the immune system, athletic performance etc.
Find out more on this podcast. Look out for the Embodied Recovery sessions where we give you tips on how to manage tension.
Do you understand your system? Just because you have tight lats, it does not necessarily mean you should 'tenderise' your lats with a foam roller (with teeth). Are you rolling yourself into back pain?
Are you a piece of meat? Sometimes we prefer a bread pin roll!
If you do high volume activity - you will lose body awareness more easily.
After 9 shopping mall massages sessions, why do you expect your clinician to fix you in 1 session?
Warm welcome to 2019~
What is The Embodied Athlete? For those who compete including beginner, amateur, intermediate and elite. Fill in form (link in instagram bio) to join. In the group, we talk about training, mindset, internal focus, environment, brain, body, heart, gut etc!
Also, introduction of low back pain. Fun fact: 80% of people will somewhat experience low back pain at some point of their lives.
Many thanks to our patients, partners, listeners and followers on social media.
Well done to our patients who competed in both local and international competitions for the year.
Find out what we shall talk about in the first few episodes of 2019.
Merry Christmas, and see you in 2019!
You ever wonder how we are not conventional health practitioners?
Athletes like Seen (Episode 010), and Emily share their thoughts how different we are compared to other health practitioners. Yes, we may be blunt, and we find that our honesty helps our patients progress in their goals.
Find out Emily's journey to Commonwealth, holding two jobs and how she manages her time and expectations day-to-day.
Final episode on sciatica.
Just because you experience sciatica, it does not mean that you have blown up your disc.
Listen to this episode where we also share our personal experiences with different back issues.
Second part of sciatica.
Delve a little deeper into sciatica. Ensure that you listen to the first episode to get better understanding of this podcast.
Do you assume you have disc injury just because you have back pain? Can higher amount of water cause more likelihood of disc injury?
Do you sit on your wallet? Has it caused you any issues?
Find out on this episode!
We love our lifting athletes, so here's an episode specially for you.
The common injuries in weightlifting and crossfit.
If someone says you have carpal tunnel syndrome, sometimes it is not necessarily true - so do not rush to get a surgery.
Here, we talk about the shoulder, wrist, median nerve, the knee, the back, movement patterns etc
Enjoy the episode, and make sure to drop us a message on facebook or instagram to let us know what else you'd like to hear!
Introduction to hips
Are you waddling? Are you hobbling? Are you shifting your weight side to side when walking, instead of rotary manner? Is your pelvis rotating?
When no rotation happens, you are placing unwanted downward forces which result in hip pain.
What are your training habits?
Are you jumping from one program to another every few weeks? Do you understand your own musculoskeletal?
Jurmaine Health Body also runs program Movement is Wellbeing to allow you to achieve your goals safely.
Seen Lee shares more of her insights into her life as an elite athlete.
"I'm sure that there is a happy medium somewhere in between that can be achieved, I do not know what that is... for an extended period of time being a full time athlete is detrimental for mental health" Seen says.
Discover what she means by the above by simply listening to this bonus episode! Enjoy!
How various activities layers on impact on the wrists
How work environment can create an impact on the wrists
Did you know that there is a sport, like volleyball, but with legs only?
Can you heal faster with PRP or ABI injections even when the jury is out there? How does the outcome of that compare to cortisone?
Why too many adjustments does not mean wellness
How too many adjustments too frequently just means instability
Wellness means different things to different people
Wellness actually means -
Movement of the Gut
Movement of the Neuroimmune System
Movement of the Breath
Movement of the Emotions and Mind
Movement of the Tissues throughout the Body and Brain
- Recruitment patterns; are you using your hips to do a bicep curl?
- Is your breathing getting in the way of your lifting?
- Bodybuilding, even just to 'get big' is a full body activity
- Scapular dysfunction a result of the surrounding tissue tensions
- Cheating through movements, and hoping that your muscles, tendons, etc will support you
- Simple positioning changes may help relieve shoulder pain/prevent injuries
- Importance of correct technique, including starting position
- Breathing; chest vs. belly
-Shoulder compensating for limited mobility downstream
- Bench press support; Thompson pad and Slingshots
- Importance of training in multiple planes, not just one
- Climbers, we're no longer monkeys; use your legs to help you climb too
- Send in your videos or stories, if you'd like feedback on any 'shoulder' issues that you may be having
Labeling yourself into a shoulder box Bullet Proofing your shoulders or just plain "Bull...t?" Why templates don't work Envy is the worst enemy Great Expectations Double Crush Syndrome More than 80 different types of junctions, muscles, ligaments, nerves, artery, capsules that can affect the shoulder. Don't knock Intervention Pain Management. They can help speed up recovery by half the time. Cupping vs Blood Letting Cupping vs Placebo Ultrasound = Collective Silence Active Release Technique is not Pinning and Stretching
When Shoulder Issues really isn't a shoulder issues.
Case studies of
Client has had a year of shoulder pain and couldn't do muscle ups
Client shoulder pain, referred from ribs
Client shoulder pain from bronchitis
Client shoulder pain from mild pneumonia
Client shoulder pain, severe episode, turns out to be cancer.
How Jurmaine Health became Brain and Body.
Why it is important medical professionals need to overcome biases and start working together.
What other medical professionals commonly think of Chiropractors and more.