Chiropractic Australia (CA) describes Chiropractic as “a drug free, surgery free system of healthcare primarily for the musculoskeletal system (bones, joints, muscles and ligaments) and some of the neurological system (nerves and the spinal cord).”

A Chiropractor is a university educated and trained primary health care practitioner, able to diagnose spinal and extremity injuries in all age groups. Chiropractors are trained and skilled in the management and treatment of many spinal pain disorders and dysfunction, through various Chiropractic Adjustments approaches, Soft Tissue Techniques, Mobilisation, Exercise Rehabilitation, and teaching injury prevention.

Lumbar Adjustment



Some types of Headaches

  • by improving the posture of the neck and reducing muscle dysfunction that can cause headache

Extremity Pain (knees, ankle, hips, shoulders, elbows and wrists)

  • by improving the mobility and function of these joints and patterns of movement
  • by treating the pain using an anti inflammatory treatment approach in acute conditions and in more chronic cases deal with the abnormal bio mechanics

Chiropractic Care may help with:

Back & Neck Pain

  • by assisting in mechanical issues of the spine
  • by improving and educating about good posture
  • by treating work related injuries in conjunction with your GP and workplace
  • by improving range of motion of the spine

Sports injuries

  • by assisting the body’s natural healing process
  • by providing help with rehabilitation and exercise
  • by helping to restore balanced postures

Pregnancy Care

  • by treating the musculoskeletal disorders of the spine and pelvis associated with  bio mechanics changes that occur during pregnancy
  • by helping to reduce the amount of pain medication needed for musculoskeletal disorders


  • by the early detection of childhood postural musculoskeletal disorders, such as scoliosis
  • by providing low force treatment options to help sport related injuries and postural related back and extremity pain