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COVID-19 Clinic Update
We are still open for business as usual, with some minor changes to adapt to the current situation with COVID-19. In these times of change and uncertainty, we believe it's important to maintain some good spinal and health habits to keep you moving and pain-free.
Our reception area is compliant with the standard social distancing practices:
All tables are sanitised after every patient.
Our common surfaces are regularly cleaned.
Hand Sanitiser is provided in every room.
Our practitioners wear P2/N95 compliant mask.
All our staff are certified in the Australian Dept of Health COVID-19 Infection Control procedures.
We are also able to provide you with TeleHealth consultations, should you require it. We will continue to provide you with the best care possible, as we have always done.
Please call us on 9438 5008 if you have any questions.
Caring. Competent. Trust.
Craig Moore and An Dau have a combined of more than 50 years of clinical experience caring for patients. Craig has spent 30 years in Crows Nest.
Since training to become a chiropractor, Craig completed a Masters in Clinical Research Trials at the medical school at Sydney University. He is now undertaking a PhD on the management of headaches (migraine, tension headache, cervicogenic headache) by chiropractors.
An graduated with a Masters degree in Chiropractic from Macquarie University in 1997 after attaining a BSc from the University of NSW. She has completed hundreds of hours of post graduate studies on nutrition and rehabilitation therapies. She has spent 14 years living and running her own practice in Scotland and has now settled back in Sydney with her family.
Our first priority is to get the diagnosis of your underlying problem right. Then we decide if chiropractic is an appropriate treatment approach for your type of problem. If so, we can then
discuss the treatment approaches available including the most evidenced-based treatments.
Our practice philosophy is to deliver safe, friendly, high quality care that respects patient preferences and values.
Our massage-therapy services are covered by most health funds skilled across a range of techniques depending on your needs and preferences. This can include relaxation, sports-massage and deep tissue.
Remedial massage compliments the treatments you receive with the chiropractor including when abnormal muscular tension is part of your underlying complaint.
A remedial massage before your chiropractic treatment can also have the beneficial effect of loosening your muscles, making your body more receptive to the treatments you'll receive with the chiropractor.
As a fully qualified massage therapist, Hunor Kicsi is committed to providing you a therapeutic experience that is both calming and rejuvenating while tailoring the treatment to suit your specific needs.
Remedial massage is a therapeutic practice that has many physical, psychological and emotional benefits.
As a natural therapy, massage uniquely benefits the body in a holistic way, with various benefits tailored to suit your individual needs.
The most common complaints that present to chiropractors are low back pain, neck pain and headaches. Moderate to high quality research supports treatments often used by chiropractors for the management of these complaints (1,2,3,4).
Beyond these complaints we routinely diagnose and manage a range of other muscle and joint complaints related to the foot, knee, hip, shoulder, elbow or wrist.
As spine-care experts our plan will be to provide you with the best evidenced-based care available to reduce your pain and improve the long-term health of your spine and posture.
Our clinic facility is equipped with an on site x-ray machine, exercise and rehabilitation training room and scanning technology for foot orthotics when needed.
Having a health fund terminal onsite allows for quick and easy claiming for those who have additional cover under with there private health insurance.
1. Chou R et al. Nonpharmacologic therapies for low back pain: a systematic review for an American College of Physicians Clinical Practice Guideline. Annals of Internal Medicine 2017; 166: 493-505.
2. Hoving JL et al. Manual therapy, physical therapy, or continued care by a general practitioner for patients with neck pain: a randomized, controlled trial. Annals of Internal Medicine 2002; 136: 713-22.
3. Gross et al. Manipulation and mobilisation for mechanical neck disorders. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2004; 1.
4. Haas M et al. Dose-response and efficacy of spinal manipulation for care of cervicogenic headache: a dual-center randomized controlled trial. The Spine Journal 2018.
GROUP MOBILITY & STRETCH CLASSES
Designed and run by our own accredited physiologist; Kübra Erdinç, with these features:
Small group training; so you get the attention you need
Individualised exercises for your specific needs
Covered by select Health Fund rebates
Medicare referrals are also accepted
Open to all levels of fitness
GET IN TOUCH
98A Willoughby Rd
Nearest train station:
St Leonards (5mins walk)
Nearest parking: Holterman street council carpark free for 2 hours
Monday 10am - 7:30pm
Tuesday 10am - 2pm
Wednesday 8am - 6:30pm
Thursday 2pm - 7pm
Friday 8am - 1pm