What if you don’t have to wait until you’re suffering from neck pain, back pain, headaches or other health ailments to seek help?
What if you could do your favourite things in life and not be hampered by pain or the thought in the back of your head of ‘I hope I can do this without injuring myself’. What if chiropractic care was your preventative healthcare option, allowing you to actually live the life that you were born to live?
Whether you’re a new or existing chiropractic patient, if you’re eager to maintain your health before it becomes a problem, then join the 300,000 Australians who visit a chiropractor each and every week.
Research shows that neck pain is a leading cause of disability in adults (reported up to 20% of adults), with many presenting for assessment.
Implementing positive spinal health habits in the first place, including good posture, sleep hygiene and partaking in regular movement, stretching and exercise regimes are important factors in preventing neck pain. So, by visiting a chiropractor you can help ensure these practices are best supported.
How Does Chiropractic Help
At Family Chiropractic Chatswood, we look at three main factors, what we term a ‘three-legged stool’ approach to care. We use safe and effective adjusting techniques, both manual and low force such as Activator Methods; we offer advice and assistance to help you make the best lifestyle choices for your overall health and wellbeing in helping you change bad habits and develop new healthy habits; and finally, we add in any required restorative exercises.
We know that people under Chiro in Chatswood in our clinic are healthier and happier than those who are not. Our Clinic is focused on families striving to achieve the ultimate version of themselves by reclaiming their health and enriching their wellbeing. Make an appointment by calling us on 9415 4606 or click the link below to get on top of your spinal health today. After all life is hard when you are sick and run down, yet easier when you are healthy and strong. Chiropractic care keeps you strong.
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare: https://www.aihw.gov.au/reports/chronic-musculoskeletal-conditions/back-problems/contents/what-are-back-problems