About our Chiropractors
Chiropractors in Australia are nationally registered and regulated health care professionals who are governed by national law. They are required to complete continuing professional development in order to meet / maintain registration standards and ensure their knowledge remains up to date. Our chiropractors are highly trained health professionals who have undergone lengthy university degree/s in order to meet registration requirements and practice chiropractic. Typically, chiropractic studies must be at least a minimum of five (5) years of university study, usually comprising of an undergraduate Bachelor of Science (or equivalent), followed by a Master degree in Chiropractic.
Our chiropractors use modern techniques together with thorough orthopaedic and neurological testing. They are meticulous in their approach to patient care, using differential diagnosis, measured techniques, safety testing procedures and x-rays / imaging. They are committed to providing professional and personalised care based on quality and integrity. In addition, our chiropractors readily refer patients to other allied health or medical professionals in circumstances where a patient’s condition falls outside the scope of their training, or where it is considered that a patient would benefit from a team-based approach for management of a health condition/s.
While chiropractic is traditionally known for it’s strong and targeted treatments, our chiropractors regularly utilise a range of gentle forms of treatment based on individual needs, such as stretches, posture advice and exercises.
What chiropractors treat
- Hip, leg, knee, ankle and foot pain
- Back pain
- Neck, arm, elbow, wrist and hand pain
- Headaches and migraines
- Jaw or TMJ pain; and
- Muscle strains and injuries