• What we do

    Chiropractors aim to restore function and mobility in the spine and other joints as well as improving neurological function. This is done using a hands on and drug free approach. Specific techniques are used to restore normal movement patterns to the body’s joints leading to better function. The removal of joint dysfunction also has a positive effect on the neurological system further improving function. Specific techniques are used to restore normal movement patterns. Our chiropractors will use  a variety of techniques to ensure the safest and most beneficial care. Based on your symptoms and history, they will then select the best treatment option for you.

We can assist you with;

  • Arthritic Pain

  • Children & Babies

  • Joint Pain

  • Muscle + Tendon Injuries

  • Pregnancy – Back Pain, Pre and Post Labour Care

  • Preventative Care

  • Whiplash & Similar Traumas

  • Back Pain

  • Disc Injuries

  • Headaches

  • Neck Pain

  • Sciatica

  • Sporting Injuries

How we do it

  • Activator Adjustments

    Using an Activator to improve movement of the joints – a gentle, low force technique that gives very good results. Great for acute pain, children, osteoporotic clients and those who don’t like manual adjustments.

  • Diversified/Gonstead Adjustment

    Involves manual adjusting using the hands to improve movement at a specific joint. You may hear an audible “click” or “pop” noise with this adjustment.

  • Dry Needling

    Dry needling uses very fine filament needles to needle trigger points within muscles without injecting anything. This relaxes the tense muscles, reducing myofascial pain and dysfunction. It is a different technique to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) acupuncture and has an approach based on anatomy and neurophysiology rather than balancing the flow of Chi.

  • Extremity Adjusting

    Feet, legs, hands and arms are all able to be treated.

  • Graston Technique

    An innovative, evidence-based form of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization that enables clinicians to effectively break down scar tissue and fascial restrictions.

  • SOT

    A technique basing treatment on certain indicators in the body. Looks at the relationship between the pelvis and skull ‘sacro-occipital’.

Soft Tissue Techniques

  • Kinesiotaping

    Is a method of taping used to provide support and stability to muscles and joints while maintaining range of movement. It is a therapeutic method that reduces pain and aids lymphatic drainage thereby reducing inflammation.

  • Remedial Massage Therapy

    Aims to release tension within the body utilising slow strokes and deep finger pressure on the areas where tension/contraction is felt. This can be along the muscle fibres, fascia and tendons or across them. Remedial massage can be used to treat sporting problems, specific injury rehabilitation, stress, chronic muscular pain and many many more conditions.