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Chiropractic is Safe for Everyone!

Chiropractic for Elderly

Elderly patients are often the most grateful patients, receiving much needed relief from back and neck aches, arthritic pain, headaches, digestive problems and insomnia. Chiropractic treatment are safe for those with arthritis, low bone density and osteoporosis.

Chiropractic for the elderly is also important in maintaining balance and coordination to help to minimize the risk of falls. Older people are at greatest risk of sustaining an injury from a fall. At least one in four older people have a fall each year. These falls can be reduced by ensuring that the spine and nervous system is functioning correctly.

Chiropractic for Pregnancy

During your pregnancy dramatic postural and hormonal changes will take place in your body in a short period of time. As such, the potential for spinal joint misalignment, muscles strain, stress and chemical imbalance is higher than at other times in your life. This may result in a broad range of symptoms including, but not limited to back and leg pain as well as impacting the development and positioning of the baby for labour. Therefore the focus of chiropractic during pregnancy is to improve the health and wellbeing of the mother and baby. A healthy mum has a positive impact on the health of the baby.

Chiropractic for Children

As caring parents we are often confronted with decisions regarding the health and well being of our children. Chiropractic for children aims to reduce the incidence of illness by maximizing your child's health potential. A wide range of childhood symptoms may respond favourably to chiropractic treatment. These include migraines, gastric reflux, recurrent chest & throat infections, hyperactivity, bed wetting, arm and leg pain, headaches, asthma, poor co-ordination, sleeping problems, irritability, visual problems, digestive disorders and scoliosis

Chiropractic for Athletes

Chiropractic aims to empower athletes to achieve peak performance naturally. Addressing the injury is only one aspect of helping athletes return back to function. The sports chiropractic approach has evolved so that we are now detecting and correcting underlying faults, so that we reduce the likelihood of future injury and maximize long term performance. Common sports injuries we see include:

- Low back and neck injuries
- Hamstring strains and muscle tears
- Ankle sprains and Foot injuries
- Knee Injuries
- Shoulder injuries


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