Body to Balance
Our chiropractor, exercise physiologist, myotherapist, podiatrist, psychologist, dietitian and private practice midwives have specific expertise in treating and managing:
- Sports injuries
- Back pain & neck pain
- Work injuries
- Postural problems
- Spinal disc injuries
- Tennis elbow, carpal tunnel & other extremity injuries
- Foot, lower extremity and diabetic conditions
- Stroke and other neurological problems
- Post-surgical and trauma management
- Asthma, breathing difficulties & cardiopulmonary conditions
- Stress, anxiety and depression
- Dietary conditions and digestive disorders
- Female reproductive health, endometriosis, pre-conception care and pregnancy
Why Choose Us?
- We offer an integrated approach to health care with our services including chiropractic, myotherapy, clinical pilates, exercise physiology, remedial massage, podiatry, dietetics, psychology, private practice midwives, dry needling and flexion distraction therapy.
- We are one of the few completely independent allied health clinics in the area.
- Our treatment program is tailored to the individual patient and the diagnosis they have been given by their practitioner.
- We have a purpose built modern facility with the latest equipment that will enhance your recovery.
- We offer sufficient consultation times to ensure the highest quality treatment and management of your condition.
- We pride ourselves in correcting your problem and stabilising your condition by offering non-manual therapies to enhance your recovery such as exercise physiology/ clinical pilates, dietetics and psychology.
- We have a close working relationship with various other health professionals to refer you on if required.
- We are continually evolving and improving the services we offer to our patients.
- We don't routinely refer for X-rays or diagnostic imaging unless its clinically indicated.
- We offer on the spot private health fund rebates through HICAPS, and accept WorkSafe, TAC, DVA, Comcare & Medicare EPC patients.
- We are open 6 days and offer after hours weekday appointments.
Chiropractors are allied health professionals that treat conditions relating to dysfunction or imbalance of the spine, and recognise that this can impair the ability of the body to work optimally. They treat this by applying spinal manipulation (“adjustments”) to restore normal function to the spine. A spinal manipulation or adjustment can be delivered by hand or with the use of an instrument (i.e. activator, drop-piece or blocks). To promote faster healing chiropractors complement their spinal manipulation or adjustments with other techniques such as massage, stretching, flexion-distraction, extremity treatment, exercise advice and dry-needling. Chiropractic treatment techniques are broad, diverse and tailored towards restoring balance to the body of the individual.
What is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist?
Accredited exercise physiologists (AEPs) specialise in individualised exercise programs for persons at high-risk of developing, or who already have existing chronic conditions or injuries.
These specialist exercise programs include exercise delivery, advice and support and a strong focus on successfully changing lifestyle behaviours.
AEPs are recognised allied health professionals (such as a dietitian or physiotherapist) displaying a diverse range of knowledge and skills, working across a variety of areas in the health and exercise and sports science fields.
The aims of AEP clinical exercise programs are to prevent or manage chronic disease or injury, and assist in restoring your optimal physical function, health or wellness.
Clinical myotherapy involves the use of advanced hands on manual techniques and a variety of other treatment techniques to reduce muscle tension and trigger points associated with aches and pains, sports and occupational injury, and muscular dysfunction.
Myotherapy is applied to restore and maintain muscle integrity of the soft tissue structures (muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia) as well as joint and nerve functioning. Pain or symptoms caused by muscle (myo) or fascia is described as myofascial. Myofascial pain is usually poorly localised and is often described by the patient as a 'deep ache', 'tightness' or 'tenderness' in an area. It often varies in intensity and radiates to other areas in the body.
Walk, run, jump, play your favourite sport or daily activities with ease and without the restriction that comes with sore painful aching feet. Have you seen a Podiatrist before? A Podiatrist is able to prevent, diagnose and treat feet and lower limb conditions.
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