Stress can come in many forms and will affect each of us differently. We are most familiar with emotional stress such as worrying about finances or an argument with a colleague. However physical stress (such as sitting too much or being overweight) and chemical stress (such as poor daily water intake) can also affect how our spine functions.


Stress could be affecting your spinal health in the following ways:

  • tension in the neck and/or shoulders
  • slouched and rounded posture
  • poor sleep quality
  • fatigue and exhaustion
  • high muscle tension
If you are concerned with any of the above issues, a thorough Chiropractic assessment may help to identify the causes and more importantly, how to manage these negative impacts that stress has on our overall health and wellbeing. Our thorough assessment procedures aim to identify whether Chiropractic care is appropriate for you. We utilise on-site digital x-rays (if clinically appropriate) and digital postural assessments, allowing us to immediately look deeper and understand your problem. The information we gather on our initial assessment allows us to choose the most effective technique, tailor this to your needs, ensuring we are being incredibly safe all while delivering exceptional results.

To book an initial consultation with us, call our office or book online today !

We will go above and beyond to get you exceptional results!

Neck pain

Neck pain is becoming increasingly common due to the demands of our everyday life.

Back pain

Back pain is the leading cause of disability worldwide.


Headaches and migraines can be caused by spinal dysfunction.

Shoulder and Hip pain

Your shoulders and hips are immediately adjacent to your spine.

Sciatica and Nerve Pain

Your sciatic nerve is a large nerve that's made up of many nerve fibres.

Growth and Development

Kids can benefit from Chiropractic adjustments just as much as you can!

Postural Changes

Your body's structure plays a huge role in how you function.


Your Chiropractor might just be your best friend throughout your pregnancy!


Stress can come in many forms and will affect each of us differently.