Phone: (02) 6171 2026 | 161 London Circuit, Level 7, CPA Building, Canberra, ACT
Dr. Murray Fisher is a Canberra chiropractor who offers chiropractic care to the Canberra community.
Canberra Chiropractor Dr. Murray Fisher opened up his Canberra practice more than 25 years ago and hasn't looked back since! He aims to provide a chiropractic centre where every member of the Canberra community can receive chiropractic care as a pathway to achieving optimum health. Murray Fisher remains passionate about providing the best in chiropractic care characterised by a high level of technical expertise delivered in a caring and professional manner.Chiropractors Canberra
Phone: (02) 6162 2919 | 5/14 Lonsdale Street,, Braddon, ACT
Canberra Chiropractor Dr Jason Barritt provides gentle and effective chiropractic care to people of all ages. He offers relief from many ailments including back, neck and shoulder pain, and can help with poor posture, poor coordination and poor balance.Braddon ChiropractorsChiropractic Braddon Chiropractor Braddon Scoliosis Braddon Back Pain Treatment Braddon
Phone: (02) 6257 9400 | 7 MacPherson Street, O'Connor, ACT
You deserve to get the most out of life, at Canberra Spine Centre we can help.
Our Canberra team consists of highly qualified practitioners and friendly support staff. At Canberra Spine Centre our natural therapists believe that there are three distinct stages in helping a patient to attain a high level of wellness.
The goal at this stage is to assist you in eliminating or reducing the majority of your discomfort, stabilising your initial complaint and health concerns.
Visits are frequent and regular, normally two to three per week.
Our object here is to correct the poor biomechanics that have resulted in your spinal problems, together we address the muscular and ligamentous imbalances, improve spinal function and promote healing of soft tissues.
Visits are less frequent, normally weekly or fortnightly.
The majority of clients at Canberra Spine Centre choose wellness or supportive care for themselves and their families. Maintaining a proper functioning spine and nervous system may arrest small problems....
Chiropractors are trained to help treat musculoskeletal pain through spinal manipulation (spinal adjustment).
Yes, all chiropractors in Australia must be registered with the Chiropractic Board of Australia. They must meet the registration standards required by the board in order to practise as a chiro in Australia.
No, there are no required referrals to see a chiropractor. You can simply call and book an appointment.
No, depending on your age and conditions the treatment you will receive will differ. A variety of problems require individual solutions.
When you have your first visit with a chiropractor they will be able to assess you and provide an estimate time frame on how long you conditions may need to be treated for to get a satisfactory result.