How Chiropractic care can help you…
Chiropractors are trained to identify and treat mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system- particularly in relation to the spine and pelvis. For this reason, many people who visit a Chiropractor do so for neck, back or joint pain.
The goal of Chiropractic treatment is to correct muscle imbalances, reduce joint stiffness, and improve joint range of motion. To achieve this Chiropractors does not use drugs or surgery but uses gentle ‘adjustments’ that improve the mobility of your spinal joints and the position of your vertebrae.
Chiropractic may be able to assist in the management of:
- Headaches, migraines and neck pain
- Lower back pain, Hip pain, Sciatica and disc pain
- Pregnancy related musculoskeletal pains
- Muscle and joints aches and pains in children
- Flexibility and coordination, balance, strength and rehabilitation
- and much more!
Chiropractic – What to expect at your first appointment
Your first Chiropractic appointment will be about 45 minutes long and involve a full medical history, spinal examination, postural assessment, orthopaedic testing, neurological testing & if safe to do so treatment. If required, your Chiropractor may also refer you for scans in order to have a better idea of the presenting condition.
Subsequent visits are approximately 30 mins, there will be a discussion of any changes to your condition, any report of findings, reassessment, and treatment.
- Chiropractic fees
Initial consultation – $120 (allow up to 40 minutes)
Standard consultation – $85 (allow up to 20 minutes)
The majority of health funds will provide a rebate for Chiropractic services. We can swipe your card on the spot at the time of your appointment, saving you time and hassle!
Chiropractors have a minimum of 5 years of tertiary training (3 years Bachelor of Chiropractic Science, followed by a 2-year Masters of Chiropractic).