How we treat symptoms
In a relaxing and quiet environment, our massage therapists, commonly uses massage oil to create comfort and allow for easier movement across the skin. Patients have reported great improvement after single treatments and tend to find their chiropractic treatments significantly more effective after a massage.
Other reported effects include lowered blood pressure and heightened general well-being. Any person at any age in any physical state can be treated with massage therapy, whether it is with very gentle relaxation massage or reflexology massage, or whether it is will firm remedial massage or Thai massage.
We commonly treat:
- Muscle pain
- Muscular cramps
- Hypertonic & tender muscles
- Sore Neck
- Low back pain
- Sciatica & nerve pain
- Pelvic pain
- Hip pain, leg pain
- Disc injury
- Sport injuries
- Postural strain
- Frozen shoulder
- Tennis elbow
- Golfers elbow
- TMJ tension & Jaw clicking
- Deep Tissue
- Remedial Massage
- Traditional Thai Massage
- Passive stretching
- Cupping Therapy
- Relaxation Massage
- Lymphatic Drainage
- Fire Cupping
- Oncology Massage
- Pregnancy Massage
- Postnatal Massage
- Graston Technique
- Dry Needling
Our massage therapists may apply one, or all of the above to help make your massage more comfortable and effective for your pain condition.
Natural Coconut Oil | Deep heat | Natural cremes | Anti-inflammatory products | Sports gels | Tiger Balm
It may be necessary for the patient to be unclothed to target specific areas, however our therapists do offer over the clothes massage for a 15 minute appointment by request!
After seeing how the body responds to treatment, our practitioners will discuss whether an ongoing treatment plan is right for you and the recommended booking schedule frequency.
Scheduling may include maintenance and preventative appointments fortnightly or monthly, depending on your job & lifestyle.
Consultations are claimable with private health insurance under ‘extras cover’.
HICAPS claiming is available with our terminal at both clinic locations.
Work-cover claiming, TAC and veteran affairs bulk billing are available, when the relevant claim number/ documentation is provided.
The process of remedial massage uses pressure and stretching to break up fibrous tissue and loosen stiff joints. Patients find that often this reaction by one part of the body often affects other areas due to the ability for the nerve system to communicate. The different techniques naturally progress and support your body’s ability to repair itself.
What happens during a treatment
Remedial massage therapy begins with us finding any problems or inconsistencies around your body and then working through those areas for relief. By using different techniques at ChiroCure, we seek to provide you with relaxation and pain relief, as well as finding and treating the original cause of the pain and discomfort to avoid future issues.
Our remedial therapists will focus on improving blood circulation, using the degree of pressure that suits you to release muscles, and then focus on joint and bone so that you get the best all over care and relief.
- Muscle tension release
- Deep tissue therapy
- Cross friction massage
- Static release
- Joint mobilisation
- Trigger point therapy
- Therapeutic reflexology release
- Passive stretching
- Relaxation with gentle muscle work
Therapeutic Cupping is a technique used to stimulate blood flow, by placing plastic ‘cups’ over soft tissue and gently applying pressure to move the muscles in the upward direction towards the heart.
When should it be added to your treatment?
Our remedial massage therapists can use cupping therapy during all massage appointments, to provide deep tissue release, and targeting specific muscular aches and tension in muscle groups, to help prevent fatigue, stress, anxiety and pain.
You can request to have cupping in your next massage appointment. Please ask one of our friendly staff for more information and online booking options.
- Stimulates the central nervous system
- Prevents Migraines
- Increases circulation
- Speeds up recovery time after an injury
- Eliminates toxins
- Creates a deep state of relaxation
- Diminishes sleep disorders
- Relieves pain
- Alleviates depression and anxiety
For appointment bookings please as our clinic staff or book online through our online system.
Lymphatic drainage massage is a very gentle form of massage that targets the lymphatic system to relieve symptoms. It is an affective therapy that can benefit everyone, as it will kick start any detox program and speed up the healing process. Treatment will reduce the recovery time after surgery or body trauma.
This specific type of Lymphatic Massage is great for sports injuries as lymphatic work will reduce swelling & bruising. Drainage techniques with help to reduce scarring, especially after an operation, ease symptoms of arthritis and rheumatic arthritis, as well as reducing symptoms of migraines, headaches & neuralgia.