WHAT IS CHIROPRACTIC?
Chiropractic is an art, science and philosophy that specializes in restoring normal balance and function to the neuromuscularskeletal system and thus, facilitates the body's natural ability to heal itself.
At The Chiropractic Health Centre we aim to facilitate your return to normal mobility, health and well-being through hands-on therapy and lifestyle rehabilitation.
Our Chiropractors are highly skilled at assessing, diagnosing and treating neuromuscularskeletal conditions and specialize in the biomechanical integrity of the spine .
We provide treatment for the whole family relating to neck/back pain, headaches, acute and chronic sports injuries, pregnancy-related back pain, post-surgical rehabilitation, inflammatory and degenerative conditions.
Our practitioners place emphasis on ensuring that our knowledge and treatment methods are up-to-date with the current literature and make use of the latest, evidence-based treatment modalities in order to optimize your recovery and health.
Our practices are conveniently located on the Atlantic Seaboard, Sea Point and in the heart of the Southern Suburbs, Claremont.
Foot Scan Arch Analysis
Custom Medical Insoles
Anti-Inflammatory Muscle Rubs
Ergonomic Office Equipment
Low Back Chair Support
Spine Align Pillows
CAN CHIROPRACTIC IMPROVE MY GOLF SWING?
"Being a chiropractic patient has helped me immensely…seeing a chiropractor on a regular basis has made me a better golfer. I’ve been going to Chiropractors for as long as I can remember. It’s as important to my training as practicing my swing."
This was said by the worlds greastest golfer, Tiger Woods, who has been visiting his Chiropractor since childhood. Nowadays, most of the professional PGA golfers visit Doctors of Chiropractic (DC) regularily to optimize their performances. Chiropractic not only facilitates recovery and prevents injury, but improves the bodies function as a whole. At The Chiropractic Health Centre, we also offer foot scans and custom-made, flexible orthotics which have been shown to positivley influence balance, proprioception and proprioceptive symmetry in golfers (Stude and Gullickson, 2000) . Click to view the study here