Stay strong, mobile, and healthy for as long as possible
- Rebates available to make treatment more affordable
- Chiropractors trained in the treatment of age-related health challenges
- Gentle and safe treatments tailored to your needs
Do you have trouble sleeping due to aches?
Are pains keeping you awake and plaguing you during the day?
Are you finding it hard to keep up with your usual routines?
Chiropractor for seniors in Moonee Ponds
As we age, it’s common to experience aches and pains. Our bodies gradually deteriorate and get harder to maintain. Our muscles, spinal discs, and ligaments get weaker - and we’re more likely to get injured.
Yet many elderly put these down to age and don’t bother to do anything about them - or they’ve done all they can and they’re still struggling with:
- Back pain
- Knee pain
- Shoulder pain
- Neck pain
- Muscle weakness
- Hunched posture
- Nerve pain
- Old injuries
- Falls injuries
Why consider chiropractic
Perhaps you want a more natural solution than surgery or medication to ease your pains and help improve your injuries. You may be tired of the side effects of some medication. Maybe you’d like to slow the degeneration of the ageing process.
For instance, half of Australians with arthritis report moderate to severe pain (AIWH, 2020). Not only that, arthritis can impact the way you move, your energy and sleep. That’s why the management of arthritis is more than just dealing with the pain. It’s helping to understand what you can expect, what your treatment options are (including whether surgery is likely to help or not) and how best to live with it.
You realise there are no guarantees, yet you’re open to trying something if it’s been proven to help others with the same complaints.
You value your independence and mobility - being active and being able to spend good quality time with your loved ones.
Safe techniques tailored to seniors
Our chiropractors are trained and experienced in helping seniors. They understand that a gentle approach is needed. They use low-force, safe, evidence-based techniques and advice.
Check out our frequently asked questions about chiropractors.
What to expect in your session
Your body has stories to tell so your chiropractor will listen. After performing a gentle physical examination, you’ll have a discussion with your chiropractor about what’s going on in your body and what therapy options you have.
You’ll have the choice to decide what you’d like:
Do you like deep pressure with massage or a softer approach?
Your seniors’ chiropractor might recommend softer techniques depending on how fragile your bones and body is.
Your chiropractor might recommend and refer you for bulk-billed x-rays to look at your bone and joint health. And you can be sure they’ll then explain exactly what it means - without the medical jargon.
Do you struggle with stairs?
Don’t worry. We are on the ground floor. Not only that, we frequently treat dodgy knees, muscle weakness and stooped posture that makes stairs a challenge.
About our chiropractors for seniors
All our practitioners have been chosen for their genuine care and dedication to giving you awesome service.
You’ll find them really easy to talk to and understand. Importantly, they’ll be there for you in between sessions - checking in on you, answering any worries or questions you may have, and getting insight from other health practitioners in the clinic (with your consent of course). So you get the best treatment possible.
What’s more, we have chiropractors who have postgraduate studies in seniors’ health & arthritis.
Rebates may be available
If you have private health insurance with extras cover, you may get a rebate for your appointment. We offer instant rebates so you’ll just have the gap to pay.
Other rebates may include:
Chiropractor for seniors: Areas serviced
Our chiropractors for seniors are based in the Body and Brain clinic in Moonee Ponds which is equipped with a safe, comfortable environment. We’re visited by senior men and women in:
- Ascot Vale
- Moonee Ponds
- Pascoe Vale
Contact us to chat about your needs.
- Arthritis, Arthritis - Australian Institute of Health and Welfare [Internet]. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. 2020 [cited 16 February 2021]. Available from: https://www.aihw.gov.au/reports/chronic-musculoskeletal-conditions/arthritis-snapshot/contents/arthritis