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Chiropractic

What Is Chiropractic?


Chiropractors are registered and licensed health professionals that focus on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disorders of the neuromusculoskeletal system, which include the spine, pelvis, hips and lower and upper limbs of the body.

Chiropractic has come along way in its 110 year history. Evidence is now showing it be a safe and effective approach in treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. It’s non-surgical and non-pharmaceutical methods make it the obvious first choice for many people, young to young at heart. At Live Active, we embrace evidence-based practice, a successful integration of

  • Critically appraised research
  • Clinical expertise of an experienced practitioner
  • Expectations and values of each patient, empowering them in the decision and treatment processYou can be confident that the team at Live Active Chiropractic will help you with your muscle, joint and spinal complaint.

What Can I Expect?


As a new patient to Live Active Chiropractic, you will move through the following steps to ensure your concerns are carefully assessed and individual solutions presented

  • current and past history to uncover the reasons for your complaints
  • thorough examination to identify the source of your problem
  • explain to you the examination results so you can better understand and make an informed choice
  • commence our prescribed care programs to restore your body and get you feeling better quickly
  • reassess and review your progress to make sure we’re on track and getting the results you deserve
  • educate and empower you with exercise, advice and lifestyle choices

 

We’re proud at Live Active Chiropractic to have an exceptionally high level of professional correspondence with Medical Practitioners, Optometrists, Dentist, Psychologist, Personal Trainers and other allied therapist you may see. This ensures a collaborative and integrated approach to your health, giving you the best opportunity to feel better and Live Active!


Common Symptoms People See Chiropractors For


  • back pain
  • headaches
  • stiffness and tightness
  • poor balance and dizziness
  • weakness and pins and needles
  • nausea and blurred vision

Common Conditions Helped By Chiropractic Care


  • Disc injuries and sciatica
  • Sporting injuries
  • Headaches and neck pain
  • Lower back and pelvic conditions
  • Recurrent strain injuries
  • Scoliosis

Our Process For Pain Relief

Assessment

Details about your past and current health complaints, so we may be better understand the WHY and HOW you have your problem

Assessing spinal alignment, movement and any areas of injury

Assessment of reflexes, eye movements, memory and quality of nerve function

A movement based diagnostic system, comprising of a series of 7 full-body movement tests designed to assess fundamental patterns of movement in those with known musculoskeletal pain. It helps identify a mobility and/or stability and motor control problem

Objectively assess the electrical activity of muscles at rest and during contraction, helping to identify overactive (tight) and underactive (weak) muscles

Computerized assessment of balance and stability on a force plate, helping to identify the risk of falling and poor balance

Using a laser guided device, we can assess the accuracy, smoothness and range of movement in the neck and lower back

Treatment

Safe and effective therapy to the spine, which can include low force instruments, manipulation and mobilization

A suspension training system that leverages your own body weight without jarring joints. It helps strengthen movement not muscles, ultimately given you a more rounded and whole body workout

EMG guided biofeedback which helps train you to precisely activate weak muscle, whilst relaxing tight muscles Laser guided joint repositioning exercises

Using varies devices from fitballs, bosu, foam pads and the latest computerized balance retraining hardware and software

A tailored and gradual exercise program is given based on the SMFA/FMS assessment, including the use of resistance bands and kettle bells

Active Release Technique (ART), massage and muscle releasing techniques

Specific strapping and taping is used to assist in injury recovery or protect from continued sports participation

Advice is given to both speed up the recovery, as well as minimize the chance of injury recurrence

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