Thank you for enquiring about Emergency Chiropractic Melbourne. Our practice is located at 282 Dorset Road Boronia (Next closest is 295 Canterbury Road Ringwood) with patient parking available onsite; and is available 7 days.  

Dr Justin (Chiropractor) and Dr Isaac (Chiropractor) currently provide chiropractic services at Boronia and surrounding suburbs. Relax in their hands as they have many years of collective experience between them. 

Emergency Chiropractic Melbourne are committed to providing you with treatment and clinical management that have achievable outcomes that are both measurable and based on supported research. Emergency Chiropractic Melbourne has many varied options available to treat you. These include traditional manual spinal adjustments, blocks, drop pieces, activators and spinal traction tables just to name a few.  

Emergency Chiropractic Melbourne is available Monday to Friday first appointment at 10:00am and last at 6:30pm. Saturdays from 9:00am till 1:00pm.  Wellbeing also has a select number of clinics open on Sundays and all public holidays. We will always do our best to offer you an appointment on the same day that you all. If nothing is available we can look at an appointment close buy in other suburbs at Pakenham, Cranbourne and Narre Warren.

 

Facts about Chiropractic

  • Chiropractic first started as a profession in 1895 by D.D Palmer.
  • It’s a profession that is primarily based upon the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders
  • Techniques that are most commonly used are; manual adjustments, joint mobilisation, soft tissue therapy, stretches and rehabilitation, education on posture and lifestyle.
  • The word Chiropractic originates from Greek dialect, and it translates into ‘done by hand’
  • In 2020 there are currently over 100 countries spread ubiquitously who practice and have regulations in place for the Chiropractic profession
  • There are currently over 100,000 practicing Chiropractic professionals based around the world and this number is growing exponentially as recognition of the profession is growing and evolving
  • The current regulatory body for Chiropractic in Australia is the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
  • In Australia the current course length is 5 years of full-time study which is over 4,500 hours of primary contact hours at university
  • Chiropractic, as of 2020, is the largest and most widespread allied health profession on earth
  • Chiropractors are trained in a variety of examination techniques, including x-ray imaging, which earns them the professional right to provide conclusive diagnosis’
  • At Wellbeing we promote the ideology that Chiropractic treatment in conjunction with stretches and rehabilitation techniques allows for effective changes and improvements in one’s musculoskeletal health for both the short-term and long-term
  • The philosophy of many Chiropractors is to treat the patient’s presenting issue, but to also prevent future re-injuries and issues down the line. Foresight and problem solving are key aspects.
  • The reason why people tend to choose Chiropractic is due to the conservative treatment of issues of the musculoskeletal system, avoiding the interventions such as pharmaceuticals and invasive surgery when applicable
  • The most common symptoms that Chiropractors see and treat are; Low Back Pain, Neck Pain, and Headaches.
  • Chiropractic is a useful intervention for all types of people
  • Posture, biomechanics and neurology are important aspects for Chiropractors and their patients
  • Chronic low back pain is the most disabling condition in the world
  • Up to 60% of patients that attend Chiropractic appointments will do so for back pain
  • Research and funding for research is exponentially growing as recognition of Chiropractic and it’s benefits expands
  • Chiropractors are qualified to perform diagnosis, primary care, and alternatives to surgery and medication taking into consideration the risks vs the benefits

Facts about Boronia

  • Boronia is located approximately 29km east of the Melbourne CBD
  • According to the 2016 Census there was 22,000 people living in Boronia
  • Wurundjeri people used to live in the Boronia area
  • City of Knox is the local governing body
  • Boronia was historically used as an orchid and farming area
  • Boronia Post office was first opened in 1920
  • Returned servicemen and women have their own RSL club
  • YMCA offers services for women 
  • Boronia has its own 24 hour gym
  • Boronia has 4 primary schools 
  • Boronia’s local newspaper is the Knox Leader
  • A lot of streets are named after flowers
  • 1991 Boronia High School was closed
  • Dorset Calisthenics club is located in Boronia
  • Knox Basketball Stadium was built in 1975
  • Indian, Thai, Italian and Malaysian are some of the different types of cuisines available
  • Boronia is located 120metres above sea level
  • 11.4sq km is the total size of Boronia
  • The Belgrave train line services people in the east including Boronia
  • There is an internet cafe located in Boronia