The Australian Chiropractors Association defines Chiropractic as follows:

Chiropractic is a drug and surgery free modality of treatment concerned with the diagnosis, management and prevention of mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system (spine); this includes the effects of these disorders on the function of the nervous system and general health.

Chiropractors focus on the detection and correction of abnormal spinal function and its subsequent effect on how the nervous system controls and coordinates the body.

Chiropractors in Australia are nationally registered and regulated healthcare professionals.

Chiropractors provide patient-centred care and work in partnership with their patients, by using shared decision making through a detailed consent process and using communication strategies that are tailored to the needs and preferences of the patient.

When treating infants and young children chiropractic care typically involves the use of low-force, low-amplitude techniques in contrast to those used on adults. Chiropractors are educated to modify spinal manual therapy to suit the age and presenting condition of a patient.

Chiropractic care is delivered by university educated, regulated healthcare professionals with a commitment to ensuring evidence informed care is provided to patients.

Your spine connects your brain to most of your body. Treat it well.

Getting Started

If our initial consultation finds that you can be helped with chiropractic care, we will perform a complete examination. Our examination will determine the best course of action and which service or technique will provide
the best results.

We provide a large range of highly-effective adjusting approaches which help improve spinal biomechanics. All of the techniques and services we use are based on our educated judgement and years of experience.