Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a referral to see a chiropractor?
No you don’t need a referral. Simply call 9246 9558 to make an appointment.
Can I claim chiropractic care on my health insurance?
Yes you can. Please check your policy to check your level of cover. We have HICAPS facilities available at our practice so you can claim your benefits straight away.
Will I be adjusted on my first Visit?
On your first visit your chiropractor will take your history and conduct a thorough examination. If any further investigation is required we may then require X-rays to be taken. Once the chiropractor has gone through this process they will do whatever they can to help you, after all that’s what we are here to do!
Do I need X-rays?
Depends on the individual case. Once your chiropractor has completed the examination they will discuss any further investigations such as X-rays. There are many situations where x-rays are not indicated.
Will it hurt?
Most patients experience simultaneous relief after adjustments otherwise they would not complete the series of adjustments needed to create more exciting changes.
How many times do I have to come back?
You only need to benefit from chiropractic care for as long as you choose. Your chiropractor will recommend a schedule of care based on the severity of your condition and your desired outcomes for care.
Can I be adjusted if I’m pregnant?
In a word, Yes. Many mothers to be experience back pain and other discomforts during pregnancy as the growth of your baby and hormonal changes can affect the spinal joints and surrounding tissues. Chiropractic is a popular choice for many pregnant women.
Is chiropractic appropriate for infants and children?
Yes. Dr Josh and Dr Matt are both very experienced when it comes to looking after children at all ages. You can relax and know your child is in good hands.
What will my visit cost?
Initial Consultation & Examination $85
Report of Findings (includes 1st adjustment) $115
Standard Adjustment Visit $62 (adults)
Standard Adjustment Visit $54 (children under 16 years)