Chiropractic: Get Your Happy Back!
Developed for wellness and lifestyle improvement, chiropractic can help alleviate your back pain, neck or shoulder pain, sciatica nerve pain, and so increase mobility, improve posture and organ function.
What is a spinal adjustment?
The application of a specific force in a precise direction, applied skilfully to a spinal joint that is fixated, known as a subluxation. This can help restore motion to the joint, helping the spine to regain normal motion and function.
Did you know that chiropractic treats more than just pain?
Chiropractors aim to realign the spine and cranial structures, helping your central nervous system to function at its best, making sure your whole body is aligned and balanced.
Chiropractors are covered under the Medicare Benefit Schedule, Workers Compensation, ICWA and DVA claims. X-rays bulk-billed. Should you require an X-ray, MRI scan or further testing, we offer a local referral service. A consultation is required for this referral.
Back pain, neck pain, joint pain? Chiropractic can help improve your mobility and get you moving again.
Neural Organization Technique is a low-force technique which identifies, stimulates, and re-establishes the reflex systems of the autonomic nervous system. Primarily down regulating the fight/flight reflex immune, digestive and endocrine systems, while stabilizing the gait mechanism and restoring structural balance to the neuro-musculo-skeletal system.
Sacro Occipital Technique is a popular, comprehensive, gentle and innovative chiropractic technique founded in 1925 by Dr Major De Jarnette. SOT is a technique that unravels the dural tension and stabilises the pelvis in relation to the head.
Founded by Dr. Arlan Fuhr D.C., the Activator Method® is one of the most widely researched techniques and the only instrument adjusting technique with clinical trials to support its efficacy. This handheld instrument is used as an alternative to the traditional manual form of chiropractic adjusting (spinal manipulation). The chiropractor uses the activator to deliver a quick, low-force impulse at specific points with the goal of restoring motion to the targeted spinal vertebra or joint.
A manual adjustment of the spine and extremities to help joint movement and reduce pain, commonly used by chiropractors throughout the world. This is a widely used adjustment that includes most of the procedures taught at chiropractic schools. Diversified technique has three main objectives: To restore spinal alignment, repair joint dysfunction and enhance proper movement.