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Tightness in the shoulders, when severe, can
greatly interfere with your quality of life. ‘Stress”
is often blamed, but if this were the case
then everyone would have tight shoulders!
The truth is that muscles in the shoulders
(and the rest of the body) are just
slaves - they do what they are told by
the nerves that control them. When the
nerves that pass through the spine are
working normally, free of interference,
the muscles they control are relaxed,
only contracting when told to do so.
However, when bones of the spine become
misaligned, irritating the nerves, these
muscles tighten uncontrollably. Over time,
these muscles become damaged and
sore. Chiropractors work to restore
proper alignment and motion of
the spine so that nerve function
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Members of the Canberra and Regional Multiple Birth Association at the
Queanbeyan Aquatic Centre for the launch of a water awareness
program for multiple birth children and families.
Picture: Elesa Lee
Twins swim safely
A NEW water awareness program
catering for the needs of multiple birth
children and their families was laun-
ched at the Queanbeyan Aquatic
Centre last week.
Swimming lessons can only be
given to children if there is an adult in
the pool holding each child and this
leaves parents with twins or triplets at
Canberra and Region Multiple Birth
Association president Amelia Had-
dock said the program allowed parents
and their children to participate in
swimming lessons with volunteers.
The volunteers are a critical element
of the program as they help families in
the pool during regular swimming
lessons by accompanying one child,
while the parent supervises the other
Mrs Haddock said the program
ensured all children had the same
access to swimming lessons.
“It’s trying to overcome barriers,”
There are about five families with
children aged four months to four
years participating and they will learn
new skills to stay safe in the water.
Mrs Haddock said they would first
learn how to kick and float and would
then progress to more formal swim-
“It’s about kids in the water being
safe,” she said.
The program will be trialled for
about four weeks to identify any
problems before becoming official.
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