Types of chiropractor appointments available
Duration: 40 minutes
Details: We look for the cause of your symptoms through comprehensive assessments.
Note: After you book your appointment, you will get an email with a pre-consultation form attached. To make best use of your appointment time, please fill this in ahead of time. Send any letters from other practitioners, MRIs, CAT scans, or X-rays.
If you don't fill it in, please arrive 10 minutes early to complete the form.
Duration: 30 minutes
Details: We’ll explain in detail the cause of your problem and the options we have on how it can be addressed. Your action plan will include home exercises, in-clinic treatments, or referral to specialists.
Duration: 20 minutes
Details: You’ll get a treatment and we’ll review your home exercises. If your problem is more complicated, you may need an extended consultation (30 minutes).
Review / Extended appointment
Duration: 30 minutes
Details: We’ll check how you’re going with a very specific assessment. This will also include a treatment.
FAQs about chiropractic
Is chiropractic based on science?
Chiropractic is based on the science of how the body works (physiology). There is growing evidence for the wide array of conditions that chiropractic is beneficial for.
Chiropractic Neuro-Rehabilitation is based on the science of the nervous system (neuroscience).
What’s the difference between chiropractors, physiotherapists and osteopaths?
There are many similarities:
- All registered with Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
- All have minimum 4-years full time university training in Bachelor of Health Science or Bachelor of Applied Science - majoring in their chosen field. Chiropractic is a 5-year degree.
- All have knowledge of anatomy, physiology, pathology, neurology, orthopaedic assessment and diagnosis.
- Philosophies, assessment, and ways of treating are becoming more similar (for those that keep up with clinical research)
The difference between Chiropractic, Osteopathy and Physiotherapy is in their approach, rather than the techniques they use. For example, contrary to popular beliefs, chiropractor doesn’t just release jammed up joints - but looks at why it’s locked up in the first place.
Chiropractic takes a holistic view of health by looking at the physical, chemical and emotional stresses that may be causing your aches and pains. This means assessing how you are moving (or not moving), what you are eating, how you think. A great example is migraines: your triggers could be eating too much cheese, sleeping in a funny position or getting stressed at work.
Individual practitioners will have a unique approach depending on their postgraduate education, clinical interests and personal experiences.
Bottom line: Choosing the right practitioner for you and your family will come down to the individual, rather than the profession.
Dr Cassie (Chiropractor) has done 5-years with her Bachelors and Masters as well as working towards her forth post-grad spanning neuroscience, brain training, neuro-developmental and sports rehabilitation.
She takes a full body approach incorporating Chiropractic adjustments with massage, rehabilitation, laser therapy and brain training exercises for chronic pain.
Dr Anthony (Chiropractor) has a special interest in health and fitness, participating in everything from Boot Camps and X-Fit to Football and Basketball. This gives him special insight into sports injuries and rehabilitation. Anthony also has past experience in aged care and so understands the more conservative approach required by this population.
Dr Tonilee (Chiropractor) grew up surrounded by sports with a keen interest in athletics, touch footy and equestrian. In addition to her years of experience in sports Chiropractic, she is equally passionate about care for the whole family, from expectant mothers to babies to grandparents.