FAQs

What is Chiropractic?

Chiropractic is a safe, gentle and effective means of assessing and correcting spinal malfunction, and ensuring that your spine and nervous system are able to function at their optimum.

At McMillan Chiropractic Centre we utilise the most up to date research and techniques designed to make chiropractic care an effective, safe and enjoyable part of everyone’s health maintenance routine.

What to expect

When you arrive at our practices, you will be greeted by the Chiropractic Assistant and given some paperwork to fill out. You will then be taken through to the chiropractor’s room. The chiropractor will get take a complete history and then perform a thorough examination. You may be sent for x-rays if needed (please bring any recent x-rays with you to your first consultation). Treatment may or may not be performed on your first consultation, depending on your individual case.

Your second is called a Report of Findings. During this visit, the chiropractor will explain what was found on the initial consultation and outlines what needs to be done in order to help with your symptoms and restore function of the spine and nervous system. You will leave this consultation with a clear understanding on what is happening within your body and steps that are needed to get you healthy again.

All of our chiropractors have completed at least 5 years of university education and are members of the Chiropractic Association of Australia.