Chiropractic Services

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Chiropractic Adjustments

The chiropractic adjustment is a core technique used by our chiropractors. It involves applying a ‘hands-on’ controlled and precise force to specific joints, primarily in the spine, to restore proper alignment and mobility. This hands-on approach can help alleviate pain, reduce inflammation, and improve overall function.

Chiropractic Biophysics

We use the Chiropractic Biophysics Technique which emphasises optimal posture and spinal alignment as the primary goals of chiropractic care. This technique allows us to achieve improvements in pain reduction and functional based outcomes. The uniqueness of this technique is in structural rehabilitation of the spine and posture. 

Not many chiropractors in Sydney offer this technique, and we are widely known to be the primary clinic offering patients this type of care.


Mobilisation is another manual therapy technique employed by our chiropractors. It involves gently moving and stretching joints and muscles to increase their range of motion. Mobilisation techniques can vary in intensity, and they are often used when a more gentle approach is required or as a precursor to chiropractic adjustments.

Soft Tissue Work

We may also use soft tissue techniques to address muscular tension, adhesions, and scar tissue. These techniques include massage, myofascial release, and trigger point therapy. Soft tissue work aims to reduce muscle tightness, improve blood circulation, and enhance tissue healing.

Activator Method

The Activator Method is a specialised chiropractic technique that utilises a handheld instrument called an Activator Adjusting Instrument. This tool delivers a controlled, low-force impulse to specific areas of the body. The Activator Method is gentle and precise, making it suitable for individuals who may prefer a less forceful approach or have specific conditions that require a more targeted adjustment.

Teaching Exercises and Stretching Techniques

You’ll also benefit from our guidance on exercises and stretching techniques to complement your hands-on treatments. These exercises can help improve strength, flexibility, and posture, while stretching techniques help enhance muscle elasticity and joint mobility. By incorporating these exercises and stretches into your daily routine, you can actively participate in your own recovery and maintenance of spinal health.

By utilising these diverse techniques, we aim to optimise joint function, relieve pain, and support your body’s natural healing process.

Commonly Helped Conditions

Chiropractic healthcare focuses on diagnosing and treating a range of musculoskeletal disorders, including:

Back Pain

Chiropractors are well known for treating back pain. We aim to identify the cause of your back pain and provide treatment to get you feeling good again.

Neck Pain

Chiropractic care can also help alleviate neck pain, which is often caused by poor posture, whiplash, or injury.


Tension headaches and migraines can be caused by tight muscles or reduced mobility in the neck. We help to reduce the frequency of headaches.


Chiropractic care may help alleviate arthritis symptoms by improving joint mobility, reducing inflammation, and enhancing overall function.

Strains and Injuries

Chiropractors can help to treat and prevent sports injuries, including sprains, strains, and joint pain, as well as a variety of posture concerns.

Restricted Movement

We may help improve restricted movement by performing manual adjustments to the joints and spine, or through stretching, exercises, or soft tissue work.

Repetitive Overuse Injuries

Chiropractors help with repetitive overuse injuries by providing targeted treatment and care. Additionally, they may employ soft tissue therapies to address muscle tension and promote healing. Chiropractors also offer guidance on ergonomic adjustments, exercises, and stretches to strengthen affected areas, improve flexibility, and prevent further injuries. By taking a comprehensive approach, chiropractors aim to relieve symptoms, enhance recovery, and support long-term musculoskeletal health.