Our Chiropractic services in Brisbane are second to none and combine the Gonstead method with remedial massage to ensure our patients are wholly treated to get to the root of the health issue. New Farm Chiropractic is devoted to the care of our patients and strive to help each individual establish long term health and wellness. We strive to honour our patients by working with them to recover. We specialise in manual Gonstead spinal adjustments. We use chiropractic and remedial massage to relieve pain and discomfort.
Call us today on 07 3254 3011 to make an appointment to start on your path to a pain free life.
ABOUT CHIROPRACTIC & OUR PHILOSOPHY
Chiropractic is the science, art and philosophy of treating health problems via the musculoskeletal system. New Farm Chiropractic takes the approach of looking for the cause of your health issue, not just treating the symptoms. A Chiropractor examines the spine, extremities and the nervous system through a detailed “hands on” assessment of the vertebral column and its contiguous structures for the diagnosis of joint malfunction and nerve irritation (known as a subluxation).
Our Chiropractors can only make a diagnosis by functional examination of the spine to determine specific areas of restriction and nerve irritation. It is this loss of normal spinal biomechanics that impacts the nervous system. Normal nerve function is prevented locally and potentially to other areas of the body (such as the muscles, limbs and viscera). With the presence of subluxation, the body cannot work to its full potential.
The practitioners at New Farm Chiropractic are highly trained Gonstead Chiropractors. The goal of the Gonstead practitioner is to “do the least to achieve the most”. That’s why a Gonstead doctor aims to find the cause of the problem, correct it, and leave it alone.
The Gonstead Method of chiropractic care was developed in the USA by Clarence S. Gonstead in 1923. The Gonstead method focuses on being as specific as possible with the examination and treatment of the subluxation. The examination includes taking a detailed history, postural analysis, instrumentation using a hand held temperature device, static and motion palpation, neurological testing and full spine x-rays taken in the standing, weight bearing position when required.