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How can

we Help?

At Family Life Chiropractic, our priority is listening, understanding and helping you and your family.

Every day we are able to help people from a diverse range of backgrounds, occupations, ages and cultures. We understand each family or individual will have a specific set of needs.

A health concern can be a stressful event, particularly in a busy family environment. There is often confusion, uncertainty and sometimes, the feeling that no one is listening. We are here to listen and help.

Our team is often asked, can chiropractic help me? We are committed to making the process of discovering the benefits of chiropractic easy, comfortable and enjoyable.

Common Problems

There are a broad range of musculoskeletal issues that may affect your spine health. We value the importance of a healthy well aligned spine during all stages of life.

  • Back and neck pain
  • Headaches
  • Posture
  • Scoliosis
  • Disc pain
  • Hip pain
  • Whiplash

Techniques we Use

At Family Life Chiropractic, we draw on a vast range of different techniques and approaches to ensure you and your family receive the best possible care. Each one of us have will different requirements to achieve a healthy spine through our lifetime. Our approach will draw on over 14 years of clinical experience to use the most suitable style of adjustment. Our priority is your safety and comfort while under our care. Second to this is the outcome or result we wish to help you achieve.

The technique used by the Chiropractor with an adult compared to that with a child or baby is vastly different. Techniques used with children and babies involves very gentle massage and light stretching. We offer both manual adjustments and instrument adjustments (low force techniques).

Some of the specific techniques we draw upon include:

  • Diversified
  • Gonstead
  • Thompson drop table,
  • Webster technique (pregnancy speific)
  • Sacro-occipital Technique (SOT)
  • Activator
  • Various rehabilitation protocols
  • Denneroll and Scoliosis rolls
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