We are here to help you and your child. So we’ll explain everything we do in a way that’s easy for you to understand. In the first session we’ll: Chat about your child’s complaint and development Do assessments with your child During this session, the Child trained chiropractor aims to answer 5 questions: Why are [...]
It’s possible. Around 1 in 100 children get irritable after a treatment - and this usually lasts less than 24 hours. If you have an older child that has had manual adjustments, they may feel a little tender after. Just like the tenderness you may feel following a massage - or when your kids play [...]
No. When you think of a chiropractor, you may imagine the ‘cracking’ (we use the term ‘adjustment’) that happens in adult chiropractic sessions. What you may not realise is that adults can be safely adjusted in a way that’s not suitable for children. Kids need to be treated gently - and safely - to suit [...]
As a parent, you know your baby. It can be tiring, frustrating, and worrying for you when something doesn't feel right. But you can't put your finger on what it is. Your baby can't communicate their discomfort. You have to look for clues. Be assured, that other parents are going through the same frustrations. That’s [...]
Arthritis or noticeable stiffness is the most common condition we see in the clinic in dogs. We also perform a lot of posts cruciate surgical repair rehabilitation, as well as general treatments for sprains, strains, and lameness.
Generally, pet insurance does not cover animal chiropractic treatments. However, there have been some cases where it has been covered. These cases have mostly been when a veterinarian has performed surgery e.g. for a cranial cruciate ligament rupture repair and prescribed rehabilitation following that surgery at our clinic.
Horses are treated at the farm where they live and usually require a small call out fee. Dogs on the other hand, are more easily transported and are usually treated at the clinic at designated times outside of human treatment hours.
Yes! We see some people who have developed tendonitis from repetitive stress. Some people even obtain tendonitis from working at a desk. This is due to poor posture and repetitive movements such as using a mouse. At Back in Balance Chiropractic, we can advise you on desk ergonomics that might help alleviate some of these [...]