The three main chiropractic techniques practised at this clinic include:
  • Advanced Biostructural Correction (ABC) – to assess the physical structure of
    your body.
  • Total Body Modification (TBM) – to assess the chemical aspects of the body.
  • Neuro Emotional Technique (NET) – to assess the emotional state of a person.

ABC – assesses the location of any mechanical stress on the body which can not be self-corrected.  The technique recognises that the body is one synchronised unit with everything connected.  Checking the body from head to toe allows the body to unwind from previous injury or mechanical stress that interferes with nervous system functions.  Immediate postural improvement is evident following each session.
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TBM – assesses organs or areas of the body that are not functioning at their peak state.  The technique utilises kinesiology (muscle testing) principles to stimulate numerous reflex points around the body.  This detects and determines why the area is stressed and corrects any interference by restoring balance to the nervous system.
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NET – normalises unresolved physical and/or behavioural patterns that have become “locked” in the body. The technique assists the body’s own healing process by identifying meridian access points around the body where emotions may be stored and then eliminating unresolved Neuro Emotional Complexes (NEC’s).
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Chiropractor stems from the words “chiro-“ meaning ‘of or by means of the hands’, and “- practor” meaning ‘of or in the habit of practising’. So, in essence, chiropractic is the habit of practising with ones’ hands. Chiropractic removes interference to the nervous system, allowing us to fulfill our true potential, functioning optimally Our philosophy emphasizes the Universal or Innate intelligence of the body to heal. Doctors or Practitioners do not heal, but assist in facilitating the healing process - as only the body can heal itself.

Chiropractic does not claim, promise or guarantee to “cure” specific conditions.  Chiropractic care serves to improve and balance the body’s structure and function via adjustments that affect the communication between the nervous system (brain, spinal cord, and nerves; which are regulated by both the somatic and autonomic nervous systems) and the rest of the body.   Although pain may resolve quickly, it can take time to restore proper functioning of the spine and nervous system.  Many patients choose to maximise their spinal health and general well-being by having maintenance care on a regular basis.  A healthy body contributes to the enjoyment of life!!  It’s your life... & your choice!! :)