FAQs

Our fees are clearly laid out for you upfront and there are no suprises. We keep our feel inline with the market expectation.

Most people feel better within a few treatments but depends on the complexity of your case.

Absolutely. Keeping our clients out of pain is what we love the most!

An adjustment is the chiropractic term for realignment of a dysfunctional joint. The joint may be spinal or anywhere else in the body. The purpose of an adjustment is to restore normal joint motion and mechanics, but more importantly to restore normal neurological function.

Research is increasingly indicating that the major effect of an adjustment occurs in the brain.

This adjustment may be performed by hand. There are many ways to create an adjustment, including gentle low force techniques.

The cracking sound that is sometimes heard during an adjustment is simply gas being released inside the joint as the joint capsule stretches. It is most definitely not bones cracking!

The easiest way to think of this is to imagine a suction cup stuck on a pane of glass. If you pull the suction cup off there will be a popping noise as the two surfaces separate. This is basically what happens in an adjustment as the joint surfaces separate.

For those who simply can’t tolerate even the thought of ‘cracking’, there are many ways to achieve an adjustment without any cracking whatsoever.

All Chiropractors in Australia are recognised as doctors by the Australian Government and the Australian Health Practitioners Regulatory Agency (AHPRA).

Chiropractors in Australia undergo 5 years of university education, comprising of an undergraduate degree and a Masters degree in Chiropractic.

This includes training in anatomy, physiology, pathology, radiology, neurology, biomechanics, orthopaedics, rehabilitation, nutrition and many other disciplines. It also includes a 2 year clinical internship.

Chiropractors are considered ‘Primary Care Physicians’. They are highly trained, skilled and qualified to care for your health.