About Alison Leitch

Dr. Alison Leitch is a Doctor of Chiropractic and Medical Acupuncuturist and practices at Noosa Holistic Health. She graduated from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto and completed a Bachelor of Science at the University of Waterloo. Alison is also a certified strength and conditioning specialist with the National Strength and Conditioning Association and has taken advanced training in pre- and post-natal fitness.

Headaches: Causes and how to get rid of them

By | 2017-07-21T10:24:47+00:00 July 13th, 2017|Articles, Chiropractic, Mental Health|

Headaches are one of the most common reasons why people visit a doctor. Tension type and migraine headaches are among the most frequently diagnosed headache types. Research has shown that chiropractic treatment can be very beneficial in addressing the cause of some of these headaches. Some people choose to take medication to treat their headaches.

Parenting Should Not Be Painful: 10 Tips for New Parents to Prevent Back Pain

By | 2017-01-16T12:33:39+00:00 November 24th, 2016|Articles, Parenting|

By Dr. Alison Leitch, Noosa Family Chirorpractor and Medical Acupuncturist (Dry Needling) Welcome to parenthood! We all want to enjoy this new time in our lives, however for some of us, the stresses and strains of being a new parent can often contribute to low back pain. Suddenly, you are carrying your baby, and all the “baby

Back pain – Get the facts!

By | 2017-01-12T11:30:53+00:00 September 8th, 2016|Articles, Back Health|

By Dr. Alison Leitch Chiropractor  Some Useful Facts About Low Back Pain Back Pain Is Common 4 out of 5 people with have an episode of back pain at some point in their lives Back pain in Australia costs the country more than $1 billion a year Up to 25% of people experience some type of back

Prevent back pain associated with pregnancy!

By | 2017-01-16T13:15:34+00:00 April 23rd, 2015|Articles, Back Health, Pregnancy|

By Alison Leitch Chiropractor Many pregnant women experience low back pain, especially during the second and third trimester. A study of 400 women found that 42.5% of women reported pain during their pregnancy. One third of women report that their back pain is so severe that it interferes with their ability to work, sleep and