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  • Chiropractic

    Chiropractic is a health care discipline based on the scientific premise that the body is a self-regulating, self-healing organism. These important functions are controlled by the brain, spinal cord, and all the nerves of the body. “Chiropractic” comes from the Greek word Chiropraktikos, meaning “done by hand.”
    The practice of chiropractic focuses on the relationship between structure (primarily the spine, and pelvis) and function (as coordinated by the nervous system) and how that relationship affects the preservation and restoration of health.
    The skull protects the delicate tissues of the brain. The moving bones of the spine protect the intricate communication pathways of the spinal cord and nerve roots. If these nervous system pathways are impaired, malfunction of the tissue and organ function throughout the body can result.
    Chiropractic also places an emphasis on nutrition and exercise, wellness and healthy lifestyle modifications.


    • Acute and chronic pain management
    • Wellness Care
    • Sports injury management
    • Children
    • Aged Care
    • Maintenance Care
    • Gonstead technique
    • Paleo nutrition
    • Functional medicine
    • Disc injuries
    • Chronic stress
    • Muscular release techniques
    • Post injury rehabilitation
    • Cervicogenic Headaches
    • Neck and back pain
    • Rib/sternal pain
    • Torticollis and
    • Discogenic irritation/strain/herniation

  • Nutrition

    Our clinical Nutritionist, Nancy Kremer, has a holistic approach to health care; considering how your physical, social and emotional circumstances can be affecting your health.

    Her evidence based practice adopts foods as medicine approach focusing on each individual needs. She focuses on prevention and management of a wide range of health issues including:

    • weight management
    • digestive complaints
    • stress and fatigue
    • sleeping issues
    • health conditions including Type 2 Diabetes, arthritis, cholesterol, blood pressure, thyroid issues,
    • nutrition through the lifecycle (children, teenage, pregnancy/lactation, adults and senior nutrition)
    • food allergies as well as
    • nutrient deficiencies

    Nancy provides help and support to all  her patients – through motivation, advice and assisting them with their everyday challenges to help them to be focused and achieve their goals.


    • Identify food triggers and support digestive health
    • Improve and optimise digestive health
    • Support immune function and hormone balance
    • Improve lipid profile, lower cholesterol and glucose levels to maintain healthy weight
    • Allergenic free diet or elimination diets
    • Correct underlying deficiencies and maintain nutritional status
    • Improve sleep patterns and stress
  • Occupational Therapy

    Occupational therapy is a client-centred health profession concerned with promoting health and well being through occupation. The primary goal of occupational therapy is to enable people to participate in the activities of everyday life. Occupational therapists achieve this outcome by working with people and communities to enhance their ability to engage in the occupations they want to, need to, or are expected to do, or by modifying the occupation or the environment to better support their occupational engagement

    Reflections on Occupation
    Occupation is simple and intuitive to the experience of all humans. . .
    • the things we do in our life roles
    • the things we do to be who we are
    • the things we do to create life and world into all it can become

    . . . however the finer details reveal there is more to occupation than meets the eye!


    Rehabilitation and aged care:

    • Helping clients regain or enhance their daily lives after specific events such as hip replacement or stroke.
    • Assessing and modifying clients’ home and community environments to improve their safety and independence.
    • Prescribing and educating clients and carers in the use of adaptive equipment to assist function.


    Acute care:

    • Specialist interventions in various health conditions including surgery, burns, HIV and acute mental health.
    • Assessing clients’ cognition, function and psychosocial needs.
    • Monitoring clients’ function and progress, prescribing adaptive equipment to ensure safety upon discharge from hospitals.

    Injury management:

    • Using specialised assessments to determine the functional requirements of various jobs, and clients’ capacity to return to work.
    • Designing and coordinating graded return to work programs.
    • Educating clients in safe work practices.
    • Modifying the work environment to suit the needs of individuals so as to prevent or minimise injuries.

    Mental health:

    • Designing individual and group programs and activities to enhance clients’ independence in everyday activities.
    • Developing coping strategies for clients in overcoming their mental health issues.
    • Improving clients’ confidence and self esteem in social situations.
  • Physiotherapy

    Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession that assesses, diagnoses, treats, and works to prevent disease and disability through physical means. Physiotherapists are experts in movement and function who work in partnership with their patients, assisting them to overcome movement disorders, which may have been present from birth, acquired through accident or injury, or are the result of ageing or life-changing events.

    Physiotherapy can help recover from injury, reduce pain and stiffness, and increase mobility. A physiotherapist can also help you prevent further injury by listening to your needs and working with you to plan the most appropriate treatment for your condition, including setting goals and treatment outcomes.
    As first contact practitioners, a doctor’s referral is not necessary to see a physiotherapist. Physiotherapists, doctors, and other health professionals will often work as part of a team to plan and manage treatment for a specific condition.


    • exercise programs to improve mobility and strengthen muscles
    • joint manipulation and mobilisation to reduce pain and stiffness
    • muscle re-education to improve control
    • airway clearance techniques and breathing exercises
    • soft tissue mobilisation (massage)
    • acupuncture
    • hydrotherapy
    • assistance with use of aids, splints, crutches, walking sticks and wheelchairs.
  • Podiatry

    A podiatrist is an allied health professional who must meet the professional registration requirements of the Podiatry Board of Australia. A podiatrist must have a Bachelor of Podiatry.
    A Podiatrist is trained to assess, diagnose and treat foot and lower limb problems. These may include skin and nail problems, foot and ankle injuries, foot complications related to diabetes and other medical conditions and problems with gait or walking.
    Podiatrists play an important role in monitoring disease and managing lower limb issues to maintain an active and mobile population across the lifespan. Therefore patient demographics can be diverse ranging from monitoring children’s growth and development, managing sports injuries, working with people with chronic disease, disability and the ageing population.


    Injuries and Pain:

    • Sprains and stress fractures
    • Persistent heel pain
    • Tendonitis
    • Bunions
    • Hammertoes



    • Orthotics
    • Sports podiatry
    • Children’s Development
      – Toes pointing inward ot outward
      – Standing and walking on tip toe
      – Growing pains
    • Club Foot




    Chronic Conditions:

    • High Risk Foot (related to diabetes)
      – numbness or pins and needles
      – poor circulation (pooling of fluid around the foot and ankle
      – infections and poor wound healing
    • Arthritis
      – gout


    Toe Nails:

    • Ingrown toenails
    • Thickened nails
    • Trauma
    • Infections



    • Blisters
    • Calluses
    • Warts
    • Corns
    • Tinea and other fungal infections
    • Cracked Heals
    • Chilblains
  • Remedial Massage Therapy

    If you have muscle tension or chronic pain a remedial massage may be for you. Your remedial massage therapist will assess where you need treatment and what may be causing your pain. They’ll perform some tests to see exactly which muscles are giving you trouble and will tailor a treatment plan to suit. The treatment itself may involve deep tissue work for short periods of time, but the results are worth it!

    A relaxation massage helps de-stress and loosen up your body. The treatment consists of flowing strokes, kneading and gentle manipulations of the muscles performed at your chosen pressure. It is a pain free way to relax both your muscles and your mind.

    • Awareness of body & mind connection
    • Decreases headaches
    • Eases muscle tension
    • Effective soft tissue function and healing
    • Efficient delivery of nutrients throughout the body
    • Energy
    • Healthy digestion
    • Helps reduce stress & anxiety
    • Improved sleeping patterns
    • Lifts mood
    • Mental awareness
    • Relaxation
    • Relief for chronic or acute pain
    • Reduced blood pressure
    • Strengthened immune system
    • Wellbeing
    • Sporting injuries
    • Work injuries
    • Motor Vehicle injures
    • Muscle and joint injuries
    • Stress
    • Lower back pain
    • Neck pain
    • Sprains and strains
    • Headaches/Migraines
    • Restoration of postural imbalance
    • Pre/post event massage & injury management

  • Yoga

    Vinyasa Flow is a style of yoga characterized by combining postures so that you move from one to another, seamlessly, using breath. This is commonly referred to as flow yoga.
    Often equated with high-energy, there are many ways to approach Vinyasa from rapid to slow.

    Vinyasa allows for a lot of variety, and no two classes are ever the same, but will almost always include sun salutations.
    Expect to move, sometimes vigorously, from pose to pose.

    • Improve flexibility • Build muscle strength
    • Perfect your posture • Protect your spine
    • Prevent cartilage and joint breakdown
    • Drain your lymphs and boosts immunity


    Saturday 9.30am – 10.30am
    Thursday 6.30pm – 7.30pm

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