Conditions

Chiropractic treatment may help patients to manage a range of musculoskeletal conditions, as well as musculoskeletal aspects of non- musculoskeletal conditions.

Chiropractic treatment can help with

  • Back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Joint and muscle stiffness
  • Managing symptoms such as muscular tension often associated with asthma

The following articles are provided for educational purposes only. We make no claims, either direct or inferred, about the suitability of any of our services for the treatment of these conditions. All therapy is based upon an accurate medical diagnosis of your condition including collating a thorough case history, including ongoing clinical conditions, present medications, traumatic/surgical history, and lifestyle factors, prior to developing a tailored therapy plan for your particular condition(s). In the event it is our medical opinion that we are unable to treat your condition, we will refer you to a suitable healthcare practitioner.

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  • When neck pain is caused by muscle strain, you may have aches and stiffness that spread to the upper arm and forearm. Shooting pain that spread down the arm into the hand...

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  • To be honest, we don’t know the exact causes. Theoretically it is a decrease in oxygen to the brain. If the brain receives less oxygen per millilitre of blood, it will ...

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  • Achieving good posture is more complicated than simply ‘putting your shoulders back’. For example, did you know that most people’s postural problems can originate f...

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Understandably, COVID-19 virus is causing concern in the community, and across Australia. We remain OPEN for the services of chiropractic (all clinics) and physiotherapy (Hedland), while abiding by the directives issued by our state and federal healthcare authorities. Please take a few minutes to review what we're doing, and what you can do, to help minimise the risk of infection.

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