The practice of chiropractic focuses on the relationship between structure (primarily the spine) and function (as coordinated by the nervous system) and how that relationship affects our health and wellbeing. Chiropractic also focuses on extremity joints and muscle function
Millions of people suffer from headaches around the world. There are various types of headaches that have varying trigger factors. Chiropractors are trained to assess, diagnose and manage headaches, however in some cases referral and co-management may be the most appropriate course of treatment...Read More
It is estimated that up to 80% of people will experience back at least once in their life. It is one of the leading causes of morbidity and time away from work. Symptoms may include sharp or dull pain, limited movement, referred pain, weakness, numbness or tingling in the legs. There are a number of structures in your lower back that can cause pain and discomfort so it is important to have your spinal joints and muscles assessed for proper function, treatment and management...Read More
Headaches, stiffness, referring pain, limited range of motion, vertigo, tingling, numbness or weakness in the arm/s. These are some of the symptoms we may experience with or due to neck pain. It is important to have your neck thoroughly assessed for your symptoms and appropriately treated. Chiropractors are expertly trained in examining, diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal related neck pain.
Sprains, strains, tears, muscle soreness, tightness, limited movement. All these are so common when playing sport. No matter your age, sporting injuries should be appropriately assessed, treated and managed. Managing injuries asap is integral to recovery and rehabilitation is also an integral part of injury management in order to get you back to full function and also prevent further injury. We can help with all musculoskeletal injuries of the spine and joints and if not, we can help you find someone who can....Read More
Musculoskeletal pain and injuries can be caused by factors such as weakness, tightness, fatigue, injury and compensation. Further complicated issues can arise from medical conditions. It is important to determine what the cause of your musculoskeletal pain is, what are the patterns potentially causing it and what specific exercises may be able to help create balance, strength, stability and activation in those regions.
Often, symptoms felt in certain parts of our body may be referring from other sources. Numbness, tingling, weakness, pain may be some of the symptoms experienced and may be due to nerve compression, muscular referral patterns or compensation. It's important to identify the cause of your referral pain, hence allows better management and outcomes.
All too common we hear about this one. The way we sit, stand, walk, run, sleep can have an impact on our body and how we feel. From muscular imbalances and joint restrictions to headaches, arthritis and injuries. Posture should we important to us all. Learning what the correct posture is, and how to achieve it is only one call/click away!
Almost 4 millions Australians suffer from it and it costs the health system $5.5 Billion. Osteoarthritis is one of the most common forms and it is important to keep mobile, muscles loose and joints moving. Chiropractic can offer gentle techniques that may help ease some of the arthritic symptoms.