- Available 6-7 days a week
- Secure online appointments
- Traction/ Decompression Machine
- Access to a range of other allied health professionals
- Onsite X-rays & HICAPS
- HICAPS insurance rebates
- Experienced Chiropractors
ABOUT EMERGENCY CHIROPRACTIC SUNBURY
If you’re looking for an after-hours chiropractor, Sunbury Emergency Chiropractic clinic is contactable 7am-9pm seven days a week for phone advice, 7 days a week for phone advice. When you speak to our knowledgeable team, they will advise you as to whether chiropractic care may benefit your condition and offer you a same day appointment guaranteed.
Located at 31 Barkly Street, Sunbury, our chiropractors are experienced seeing back pain, neck pain, muscle and joint stiffness. Under special circumstances we can also offer a mobile chiropractor in Sunbury. If you need an emergency home visit Chiropractor in Sunbury, please contact us as we may be able to attend your home, work or accommodation.
Our chiropractors are all registered through the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), qualified from RMIT University and continue to develop their skills through continued professional education and training. When you come in for your appointment, our chiropractors are dedicated to providing you with clear advice and research-based treatments.
For further information, advice or to make an appointment, please contact us today. We look forward to seeing you in our Sunbury practice soon. Alternatively, we have practices in nearby suburbs, including Pakenham, Cranbourne and Narre Warren.
What To Expect On Your First Sunbury Chiropractor Visit
Please allow approximately 30 minutes for your initial consultation at Emergency Chiropractic Sunbury. When you arrive at your appointment, your Sunbury Chiropractor will begin by discussing your previous and current medical health history.
Each initial chiropractic examination usually involves digital postural analysis, palpatory assessment, muscle testing and x-rays if clinically indicated. During your consultation, your chiropractor will perform a comprehensive physical examination to assess your spine and the presenting problem.
Following this, your chiropractor will be able to offer you guidance and treatments designed to help you relieve your discomfort.
SUNBURY CHIROPRACTORS EDUCATION
At Emergency Chiropractic Sunbury, all of our chiropractors have undertaken extensive studies of the human body for a minimum of 5-years full-time at university. Most of our team have studies locally, at RMIT University, whilst others have graduated from other reputable chiropractic courses at Murdoch, Macquarie and CQU.
During their clinical science studies, the main subjects a chiropractor will complete are clinical anatomy, micro-biology, pathology, physiology, bio-chemistry, radiology, pathology, differential diagnosis, neurology, neuro-anatomy, practical examinations, and clinical examinations
In addition to their degree, our chiropractors are dedicated to ongoing professional development and the latest research-based chiropractic treatments. Several of our chiropractors have completed additional university courses and all of our chiropractors hold a Level 2 First Aid Certificate.
At Emergency Chiropractic, all of our practitioners are insured to practice chiropractic modalities in Australia.
When Can I Schedule A Sunbury Chiropractor Appointment?
Your Sunbury Chiropractors are available 7 days a week, Monday to Sunday with early morning and late evening appointments available.
31 Barkley Street, Sunbury
Call 03 8001 4015
Book Online HERE
Facts about Sunbury
- Sunbury is located approximately 40km North-west of Melbourne Central Business District
- Considered as part of Greater Melbourne
- Boasts a population of approximately 36,000 people
- The postcode is 3429
- The local government agency (LGA) is the City of Hume
- The state electorate is Mill Sunbury
- The federal division is McEwen
- The suburbs surrounding Sunbury are; Riddells Creek, Clarkefield, Wildwood, Bulla, Hillside/Digger’s Rest, Melton, Gisborne South, and Gisborne
- Sunbury contains several Aboriginal archeological sites of extremely high importance within their culture
- Sunbury was first discovered and settled in 1836
- Schools in Sunbury are: Sunbury West Primary School, Sunbury Primary School, Sunbury Heights Primary School, Killara Primary School, Kismet Park Primary School, St Anne’s Primary School, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Primary School, Goonawarra Primary School, Sunbury Downs College, and Sunbury College, Salesian College
- Famous historical Australian figure “Big” Clarke is originally from Sunbury
- Sunbury’s cultural diversity has boomed in the past 20 years due to increases in immigration and the appeal of Melbourne living
- Melbourne Airport is 17km from Sunbury
- Since 2001, almost 10,000 people have moved into Sunbury
- Sunbury’s town centre has every store, selling every item one might need
- There is a large variety of cafes and restaurants to choose from
- The Sunbury Railway Station is connected to both the metro and V/Line (Bendigo Line) services
- In 2012 the VIC Government spent $270 million electrifying the tracks between Sunbury and Sydenham to increase the amount of trains and commuters
- Sunbury hosts a very impressive array sporting teams from cricket to basketball, and scouts to horse riding
- First chiropractic adjustment was done by Daniel David Palmer in 1895 for partial deaf janitor Harvey Lillard.
- Chiro means ‘Hands’ in Greek. Chiropractor are using hands to examine the patient and fine ‘spinal dysfunction’ and to treat musculoskeletal conditions.
- You don’t need a referral from GP to see a chiropractor as they are primary contact practitioner.
- The course of chiropractic care is carried certain risks such as mild discomfort following treatment and falling from the treatment table
- To become a chiropractor you need to complete a 5 years university course focusing on body and nerve functioning.
- There is limited scientific research surrounding chiropractic.
- Chiropractors often use Exercise as part of their management of patient complaints
- Chiropractors often work with other practitioners such as physiotherapist, yoga, pilates, remedial massage
- Initial chiropractic consultation will include any relevant medical history, physical examination, range of motion and palpation.
- Most private insurance will cover chiropractic treatment in Australia such as Bupa, Medibank etc.
What do people commonly visit the chiropractor for:
- Back pain
- Neck pain
- Joint and Muscle Stiffness
- Work related injuries