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Treatment Techniques Used by Chiropractors in Melbourne

Treatment Techniques Used by Chiropractors in Melbourne

In the human body, the nervous system is responsible for transmitting signals to and from different parts of the body. Maintaining proper spinal health and alignment is important for living a life free of debilitating pain and other health issues.

Recognising the importance of the spine and the human body’s incredible ability to heal itself, chiropractors in Melbourne use natural, drug-free treatment techniques that generally involve adjusting the alignment of the spine and promoting optimal self-healing.

Effective, Pain-Relieving Methods

At Melbourne Natural Medicine Clinic’s chiropractic clinic in Melbourne, we can offer and apply a range of different techniques to treat various conditions, including back pain, neck pain, and migraines. Our professionals use a hands-on approach to diagnose and treat structural and functional problems to reduce pain, increase range of motion, and promote good health.

Some of the more specific types of adjustments include:

  • Activator – Uses a small tool to detect and correct misalignments by gently moving the vertebrae.
  • Bio-Energetic Synchronisation Technique – Involves subtle yet precise hand-applied pressure to balance nerve functions and enhance communication with the central nervous system.
  • Cox Flexion Distraction – Involves stretching the spine to treat lower back pain.
  • Logan Basic Technique – Involves gentle and sustained hand-applied pressure at the base of the spine.
  • Nimmo Technique – Involves hand-applied pressure to tender areas, relaxing muscles.

Learn More Today

Are you suffering back, neck or head pain that prevents you from living your life normally or comfortably? By trusting our highly-trained chiropractors in Melbourne (conveniently located near Parkville, North Melbourne and Carlton), you can rest assured you’ll receive the very best care.

Contact Melbourne Natural Medicine Clinic today to learn more, receive a quote, or arrange for an appointment. Simply call our friendly staff on (03) 9686 2566 or complete our convenient online contact form for a prompt response.