Our Chiropractors

Our chiropractors are qualified healthcare professionals specialising in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders related to the musculoskeletal and movement systems of the body. Trained at the university level, chiropractors focus on addressing issues within the musculoskeletal system to enhance overall health and well-being. They use their expertise to diagnose musculoskeletal conditions and offer personalised treatment plans to address a wide range of issues.  

By emphasising preventive measures and offering personalised care, our chiropractors play a crucial role in restoring physical function and improving the quality of life for their patients.

Benefits of Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic care offers multiple benefits, including improved joint mobility, reduced pain and discomfort, enhanced nervous system function, and better posture. It can also lead to decreased muscle spasms and increased recovery from injuries. Additionally, chiropractic treatments can improve overall health and wellness by supporting the body's natural healing processes, often reducing the need for medications and invasive procedures.

Frequently Asked Chiropractor Questions

What does a chiropractor do?

A chiropractor diagnoses and treats conditions related to the musculoskeletal system, focusing on spinal alignment to improve overall health.

What conditions can a chiropractor treat?

They treat back pain, neck pain, headaches, sports injuries, and posture issues.

Is seeing a chiropractor safe?

Yes, for most individuals, chiropractic adjustments are safe when performed by a licensed professional.

Will I need to see a chiropractor multiple times?

Treatment frequency varies, with some conditions requiring several visits for best results.

Where is Movement Therapy located?

Movement Therapy is conveniently located in two prime locations in Picton serving the Wollondilly area and Wollongong servicing the south coast area.

So what’s the difference between a Chiro, Osteo or Physio?

At MT, we don’t see our Chiropractors, Exercises Physiologists, Osteopaths or Physiotherapists as different, we call ourselves Movement Therapists.

A Movement Therapist is a university qualified therapist from the fields of Chiropractic, Exercise Physiology, Osteopathy or Physiotherapy. They use a wide range of techniques and strategies to diagnose and treat movement dysfunction. They do this with the lens of our Movement Therapy principles and our core values generally.

Each of our Movement Therapists each have their own areas of interest and can have more knowledge in some areas than others. When booking your appointment we will guide you to the best therapist for you. We look forward to seeing you.

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Frequently Asked Physiotherapy Questions

What is physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy, often referred to as physical therapy, is a healthcare profession that focuses on assessing, diagnosing, and treating physical ailments and injuries. It aims to restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness, or disability.

Who can benefit from physiotherapy?

Individuals of all ages can benefit from physiotherapy, from infants to the elderly. It can help those with sports injuries, chronic pain, post-surgical rehabilitation, mobility issues, and various other physical challenges.

Do I need a doctor's referral for physiotherapy?

While in many places you can see a physiotherapist without a doctor's referral, some insurance providers may require one for reimbursement. It's always a good idea to check with your insurance provider.

Is physiotherapy available to residents in the Wollondilly area?

Yes, residents of the Wollondilly area and surrounds have access to a range of physiotherapy services tailored to meet their specific health needs, including rehabilitation and pain management.

How long does a typical physiotherapy session last?

A typical session can last anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour, depending on the nature and severity of the condition being treated.

Will physiotherapy be painful?

While some discomfort might be felt, especially when addressing certain injuries or conditions, physiotherapists aim to make treatment as comfortable as possible. Always communicate with your therapist about any pain or discomfort you experience.

Does the Wollongong clinic offer physiotherapy for sports injuries?

Yes, our Wollongong clinic specialises in physiotherapy for sports injuries, offering targeted treatments to aid recovery and enhance performance for athletes and active individuals in the South Coast area.