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Chiropractic – Balmain & Rozelle, Sydney

Sydney Spine & Sports Centre (S3C) is a chiropractic centre of excellence servicing the Sydney communities of Balmain and Rozelle. Our chiropractors treat all non-surgical conditions affecting the muscles and joint of the body. These muscles and joints can be located in the spine or anywhere around the body like the shoulder or hip. The chiropractors at Sydney Spine & Sports Centre (S3C) Balmain and Rozelle use an evidence-based approach to ensure you get the highest standards in chiropractic treatments. Believing that a good doctor is someone who never stops learning, our chiropractors promote academic excellence and continuing education and study.

Chiropractic art, science and research

When it comes to any medical or health profession, including chiropractic, getting the very best treatment is determine through the application of the treatment (the art) and the reasons behind why the treatment was delivered (the science and research). At Sydney Spine & Sports Centre (S3C) our chiropractors have treated thousands of patients in an environment of clinical excellence and have developed the art of this healthcare profession that is unsurpassed. Our chiropractors are constantly refining their techniques and the reasons they do them. Our chiropractors do this by:

  • Promoting academic excellence
  • Completing further Doctorate level postgraduate study
  • Actively participating in research
  • Treating thousands of patients to refine what we do
  • Attending national and international forums and chiropractic specialist training.
  • Active member of chiropractic bodies and organisation concerned with promoting clinical excellence.

Chiropractors are spine, muscle and joints experts

Chiropractors specialise in non-surgical spinal care. Specifically, chiropractors use treatments to address conditions of your muscles, bones, ligaments and joints. Some common examples of conditions chiropractors treat are back and neck pain (both acute and chronic), sciatic pain, muscle tension, sprain and strain type injuries, whiplash associated injuries, slipped disc pain and pain related to arthritis. Chiropractors use treatments that are supported by the latest evidence and research. These treatments may include joint therapy, muscle therapy, rehabilitation exercises, nutritional recommendations and injury and lifestyle advice.

What do our Balmain & Rozelle chiropractors do?

Chiropractors specialise in non-surgical spinal, muscle and joint diagnosis and treatment. Specifically, chiropractors diagnose mechanical problems with your spine, muscles and joints and use treatments to address these. Chiropractors also treat regions beyond your spine such as your hips, knees, ankles, shoulders, elbows and wrists. Chiropractors give you a clear diagnosis and treatment plan that is based on the best available research and evidence. This is called evidence-based practice and is the gold standard for health care. The chiropractors at Sydney Spine & Sports Centre (S3C) value these principles and use them with each and every patient.

How do our Balmain and Rozelle chiropractors treat?

Our chiropractors use a wide range of treatment techniques to address conditions of muscles, bones, ligaments and joints. These treatments include muscle techniques, joint techniques, rehabilitation exercises, lifestyle, injury and nutritional advice. Chiropractors do not need to ‘crack’ you. Indeed, this is just one type of treatments a chiropractor may or may not use, and is called a manipulation or adjustment.

What do our Balmain & Rozelle chiropractors treat?

Chiropractors treat a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. This means chiropractors treat your muscles, bones, ligaments, tendons and joints. Some of these may include: back and neck pain, whiplash pain, sciatica type pain, headache and migraine, intervertebral disc injury (slipped disc), sprains and strains and pain related to arthritis. Please click on the condition most relevant to you.

  1. Ankle and foot pain
  2. Elbow and forearm pain
  3. Head and jaw pain
  4. Hip and groin pain
  5. Intervertebral disc pain
  6. Knee and leg pain
  7. Low back and pelvis pain
  8. Mid and upper back pain
  9. Neck and chest pain
  10. Shoulder and arm pain
  11. Wrist and hand pain


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