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  • What is Chiropractic?
    Taken from the Australian Chiropractic Association 2023 Chiropractic is a drug and surgery free modality of treatment concerned with the diagnosis, management and prevention of disorders of the musculoskeletal system; this includes the effects of these disorders on the function of the nervous system and general health. Chiropractors work in partnership with their patients by utilising their clinical experience, and tailoring care to your needs and preferences. By using a variety of non-surgical techniques such as specific spinal adjustments, manual therapy and low-force intervention, chiropractors offer a hands-on approach to spinal healthcare. They are not only trained to treat musculoskeletal pain patients, but trained to facilitate health promotion, rehabilitation and patient education.
  • Is Chiropractic safe?
    Yes, Chiropractic is considered a safe and effective treatment when undertaken by trained, registered Chiropractors. We ensure we take a thorough clinical history, perform a complete examination and discuss findings before we begin any treatment. The type of treatment received will always be what is most effective and best suited to you, your body and your condition.
  • How much treatment will I need?
    Our aim is to get you back to feeling your best in as little time as possible! The amount of care required varies from person to person with lots of factors contributing to this. Namely, age / duration of condition / severity of condition / previous history etc... You will receive a recommendation of care at your initial appointment that will be discussed with you. Once you are out of pain, some people like to enjoy the benefits of regular chiropractic and the frequency of that looks different for different people - some come monthly, some come every few months and others just call and come in when they are in pain. Whatever your choice, we are here to help you and get you feeling at your best again. You will never be asked to sign up to lengthy contracts of care or paying upfront for numerous appointments.
  • Can I have chiropractic during pregnancy?
    Yes, yes! Lisa has post graduate training in pregnancy and paediatrics. Lower force adjustments are used to ensure you have a comfortable treatment. Pregnancy is such an amazingly special time, we want you feeling your best and trying to enjoy it. Our aim is to help facilitate growing bub and ensure you are feeling at your best before delivery!
  • Can I use my private health insurance?
    Absolutely! Chiropractic services are covered by most health insurers and we advise you check your policy prior to your appointment if you are wishing to use it. We are able to process the claim on the spot allowing you to simply pay the gap fee on the day.
  • I hate the thought of "cracking"... can you still help me?
    Sure can! There are lots of different chiropractic techniques which are low force and will not result in any "cracking". Chiropractors utilise a variety of techniques including spinal and joint mobilisation, soft tissue work, stretching, dry needling as well as advice on posture and injury prevention. It's not just "cracking" ... ​ Don't worry, for those who love a manual adjustment, we love those too....!! But there really are treatment styles to suit everyone and together we will find a suitable treatment style to suit you and get the results you desire.
  • Do I need to have x-rays taken?
    No, we don't make a habit of routinely x-raying every patient we see. If we think x-rays will be necessary, we will happily make a referral for you and these are usually able to be bulk billed (spinal x-rays).
  • Do I need a GP referral?
    No! You don't need a referral. We are happy to work with your GP to ensure you get the most appropriate care. We are also happy to be part of your GP Management plan / Team Care Arrangements. Please bring paper referral with you or get your GP to email it to us at
  • Have another question?
    Feel free to drop us an email or leave a message and we will get back to you to clear up any questions you may have.




The estimated number of patient visits per year in Australia to a Chiropractor.


bones in the human (adult) body

540 million

The number of people worldwide suffering low back pain at any given time, according to Monash University.


of the Australian population suffering from some form of ongoing chronic or acute low back pain.


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