YEARS OF TRAINING AND CLINICAL EXPERIENCE ALLOW OUR DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC TO DETERMINE THE BEST METHOD OF TREATMENT FOR YOU.

At Active Muscle &n Spine, our highly trained chiropractors take a holistic approach to your musculoskeletal injuries.  Our results are different because our approach is different. We examine the way you move and pin point your biomechanical faults. Then we fix them using our proven and effective therapies. Our consultations typically involve chiropractic treatment and gold standard soft tissue therapy.

We offer more than just back pain solutions. Our treatments work for sciatic nerve pain, carpal tunnel, shoulder pain, neck pain, heel pain, knee pain, bursitis, tennis elbow and more.  We’ve helped thousands overcome their musculoskeletal injuries. We can get results with injuries that are chronic, unresponsive to conventional treatment or the result of surgery. 

All our treatment plans are customised to you.

Your body is made up of your skeleton and other soft tissue like muscles, ligaments, tendons, fascia and nerves. Since they work together, it makes sense to fix them together. We mobilise your joints with chiropractic treatment. We fix any soft tissue repetitive strain or overuse injuries with Active Release Techniques ®. This is a medically patented soft tissue therapy known to reduce treatment time. It’s new, different and it works.

What is Chiropractic manipulation?

Chiropractic care works on the skeletal system (bones and joints) to keep everything in line and functioning freely. It is a safe, natural and effective form of health care.

How do you benefit from chiropractic care?

The goal of chiropractic care is to gradually restore the spine and joints to their natural position and motion, thus improving posture, nervous system function, spine function and overall health.

How is chiropractic treatment performed?

A chiropractor administers specific adjustments to areas in your spine that are “fixated” or out of alignment. These “fixated” areas inhibit normal nervous and spinal function. Adjustment techniques vary from practitioner to practitioner. Some employ quick rapid thrusts while others are slower with constant pressure. All techniques are equally effective and may be employed depending on your circumstance.