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The World Health Organisation defines chiropractic as "A health care profession concerned with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disorders of the neuromusculoskeletal system and the effects of these disorders on general health. There is an emphasis on manual techniques, including joint adjustment and/or manipulation with a particular focus on subluxations."
After a thorough discussion of any issues you may be seeking care for, we will conduct a thorough examination to determine any areas that need attention. From that we will develop a plan to get you headed in the right direction. The most common approaches that we use are chiropractic adjustments which aim to restore better movement to spinal joints and exercise to help improve your strength, mobility and posture.
We use a range of techniques matched to your needs. Firmer adjustments are perfect for some people, while lower force adjustments are better suited to others. Adjustments can be done by hand, using hand held instruments or with special adjusting tables.
Chiropractors are registered through the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency. Chiropractors are required to adhere to strict and extensive educational requirements and standards to become registered health professionals in Australia.
Chiropractors have 5 years of university education which focuses on understanding the function of the spine and nervous system.
Every year Dr Traynor also does post graduate courses, and attends seminars, to learn the latest advances in spinal care.
Dr Traynor is a member of the Chiropractic Association of Australia and also the Australian Spinal Research Foundation. This membership is another way that Dr Traynor keeps informed about advancements, and studies completed, on Chiropractic care and its benefits, enabling us to share that information with each of you.