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WHAT WILL A SPINAL SCREEN LOOK FOR?
A spinal screen will assess your spine for:
WHAT IS A SPINAL SCREENING?
We all want a healthy, long and pain free easy life. To achieve this we try to take good care of our health, well-being, and body. The key to this is the health of your spine and the function of your nervous system. Please allow us to help you understand and discover just how important a spinal screening is, and what our chiropractors will look for and how care can benefit your health now, and long term.
WHEN SHOULD I HAVE MY SPINE CHECKED?
If you haven't had your spine checked, consider this: How long would you go without brushing your teeth? Would you wait for your teeth to rot and fall out before you see a dentist? Would you wait for your car to break down before you book a service? Why not have a professional chiropractic assess the health of your spine before it starts to break down.
KEY BODY INDICATORS
Our Chiropractors look for the underlying cause of your health concern and provide recommendations for treatment and care. We will examine your spine, and use a computerised posture assessment tool that will analyse body position from the front and size to determine nerve interference and locate spinal misalignment.
There are 10 key body signals that our chiropractors will look for during your spine screening:
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Chiropractic treatment for sports injury and wellness
5 ways athletes benefit from Chiropractic, Osteopathy, Massage & Myotherapy:
1. Undo the punishment the body takes in sports
2. Treatment appropriate for a variety of injuries - reduce pain
3.Non-invasive / drug free treatment
4. Injury prevention
5. Performance Enhancement
Remedial massage and myotherapy ensures a complete recovery and complements chiropractic are.
Massage is often recommended along with chiropractic or osteopathy treatment, either before or after and adjustment, as part of a patient’s treatment regime.
The combination of these treatments often produces more effective results, and faster healing for patients.