1. What is the popping/cracking noise I hear when I get adjusted?

Although most people believe that the noise you hear when getting adjusted is your spine cracking, its’s actually far from it. The ‘cavitation’ as it’s known is the compression of gases from within the joint capsule due to the high velocity low amplitude adjustment.

2. What should I expect from treatment?

Everybody is unique and therefore it is difficult to provide guidelines on how you will respond to care. However, through scientific knowledge of tissue healing times, we are able to provide approximate timelines for healing and recovering. We recommend you speak to the chiropractor about your situation.

3. Can you follow-up with my regular chiropractor?

Yes. We see many patients who see us on weekends or out-of-hours when their regular chiropractor is not available. As a courtesy we can follow up with your normal chiropractor, when they re-open, about any treatment we provide or tests we perform so everyone is kept in the loop.

4. Are you available during normal business hours?

Yes. Our practices are open daily from 8.30am-7pm. Our Chiropractors see hundreds of patients between our practices every week located in Craigieburn, Cranbourne, Epping, Hawthorn, Hoppers Crossing, Sunbury, Melton, Narre Warren, Pakenham, Ringwood, Boronia, and Point Cook. Often people who come to our practice originally for an emergency appointment, continue to see us in the weeks/months afterward, during normal hours. Call 1300 123 365

5. Does chiropractic care require a referral from a GP?

You don’t need a referral from a GP to see a Chiropractor because Chiropractor is a primary health care practitioner which means Doctor of chiropractor (DC) is able to assess and diagnosis patients without other medical practitioner’s referral.

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