What is a Chiropractor?

A Chiropractor is an allied health professional that focuses on treating musculoskeletal conditions that involve muscles and joints through manual techniques and strengthening exercises, along with dietary, nutritional and lifestyle advice. They work alongside Physiotherapists, Remedial Massage Therapists and other allied health practitioners to deliver well-rounded patient care.

Can Chiropractic help you?

Aching joints and sore muscles can be caused by work, sports injuries, household chores and the stress of daily living.
Chiropractic uses a range of treatment techniques such as dry needling, spinal manipulation, joint mobilisation and deep tissue massage to help relieve muscle aches and joint pain. Chiropractic can help maintain a healthy spine and restore proper movement.

Muscle strains and tears
Low back pain
Knee pain
Sciatica Nerve Pain
Shoulder pain

What to expect in a Chiropractic consult

During a Chiropractic consult, we will ask you a series of specific questions relating to your overall health, pain and injury. After performing special tests and movements to assess your condition, a tailored treatment plan will be developed for you.

Dry Needling

Dry needling assists with decreasing local muscular pain and improving function through the restoration of a muscle’s natural ability to lengthen and shorten by releasing myofascial trigger points.

Soft Tissue Mobilisation

Soft tissue mobilization is a form of manual physical therapy involving hands-on techniques on your muscles, ligaments and fascia in order to break adhesions and optimize your muscle function.

Exercise Rehabiltation Program

Exercise rehabilitation is a personally prescribed set of exercises that range from active movement through to strengthening exercises using therabands, body weight and resistance machines or free weights.

spinal manipulation

The most popular therapeutic treatment performed by Chiropractors is spinal manipulation. This technique creates stretch and torque through a joint, resulting in a release of muscle and joint tension, restoring movement.

joint mobilisation

Joint mobilisation is a technique chiropractors use to restore the small, involuntary movements that assist joints to perform to their optimum. Joint mobilisation involves performing a back and forth oscillation of the joint in order to restore motion.


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