Chiropractors are leaders in spinal health. Chiropractic care is skilled, hands on treatment that relieves pain and works towards your body being its best.

Chiropractors provide specialised treatment which focuses on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of conditions and injuries related to the spine, muscle and nervous system.

What does chiropractic treatment involve?

Chiropractors use a variety of non surgical techniques such as spinal adjustments and manual therapy to relieve pain and improve function.

Specific training in spinal manipulative therapy allows chiropractors to provide adjustments using highly skilled and precise movements to the vertebrae of the spine, correcting joint motion to restore proper movement and function.

In addition to spinal manipulation, chiropractors may also use techniques such as:

soft tissue therapy (chiropractic massage)
exercise rehabilitation
modalities (such as Ultra Sound therapy, heat packs & infra red therapy)
muscle stretching procedures
flexion-distraction therapy
Y-Strap neck traction

Australian chiropractic qualifications

Australian chiropractors are highly qualified healthcare professionals who study at university for a minimum of five years. They are also government registered and government regulated.

Like all other registered healthcare providers, chiropractors must adhere to National Law and profession specific codes of conduct and guidelines.

All Australian chiropractors must undertake continuing professional development to refresh and advance their skills, keep up to date with the latest research and deliver the best chiropractic treatment to their patients.

Chiropractors have broad diagnostic skills and are qualified to advise patients on exercise, nutrition and lifestyle changes. With extensive training on the musculoskeletal systems, we can assess, diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions.


For appointments call 0411 963 965

Chris Youakim (Wellness Chiropractor)

Chiroflexion | Central Coast Chiropractors

1/12 Campbell Crescent | TERRIGAL 2260