How We Help

Our clinic is different – to help you achieve your goals our Chiropractors have continued to expand their knowledge and are skilled in a wide range of therapies such as dry needling, massage, cupping, stretching and exercise rehabilitation.

We are equipped with a range of health care porfessionals such as massage therapists, myotherapists and psychologists (New View Psychology) to provide you with care throughout all stages of recovery.

We understand that fixing your problem isnt just about getting rid of the pain, but going beyond being simply “pain free”. We focus on fixing the underlying issues that led to your injury in the first place.

Our Chiropractic patients greatly benefit from our approach which involves more than one type of therapy preformed in a single session.

Chiropractic Adjustment/ Spinal Manipulation

This specialized technique performed by our Chiropractors is utilised to restore motion to a joint that has lost its normal movement and has become fixated (what your chiropractor calls a “subluxation”).

A fixated and stressed joint interferes with communication between the brain and the joint/muscle complex, further affecting the motion of the joint and the spinal region. Another point that cannot be overlooked is that joints require nourishment through movement – a fixated joint is therefore lacking nourishment and will heal poorly.

The adjustment is performed by the chiropractor using his or her hands to apply a controlled, sudden force to a joint, pushing it beyond its usual range of motion. You may hear popping or cracking sounds as your chiropractor moves your joints.

Repeated adjustments over time will reteach the brain to control the affected joint and improve the movement and allow the area to heal.

IASTM (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation)

This is the freeing up of the tight and painful muscles with the use of a blunt metal blade like tool on the skin. The tool is scraped along the skin with either the patient relaxed or through various movements, like bending, squatting or throwing. Commonly red bruising appears in the area that the tool has been used on. Similarly to cupping, we can target a not just the painful area but the painful movement too.


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