Welcome to Sports Lab Chiropractic - a new generation health care centre comprising of 8 different health disciplines.
Established in Drummoyne for over 10 years, our chiropractors Matt Fernandez, Sharon Cheng and Danny Diab aim to restore and preserve the health of your spine. With emphasis placed on a thorough history and physical examination, our chiropractors identify the likely tissue generating your pain, whether it's your spinal joints, muscles, discs or nerves.
Treatment is tailored towards those tissues, aiming to restore function and reduce pain or discomfort. A customised exercise based rehabilitation program often compliements your treatment, maximising your recovery. Our chiropractors take great pride on providing advice and education on optimal spinal health, promoting healthy living.
Conveniently situated above DMC (Drummoyne Medical Centre) on Victoria Road, entry and parking is available at the rear on Formosa Street.
Our chiropractors are skilled in various therapies including spinal manipulation, dry needling, stretching and exercise prescription. Such therapies have been found to be effective for a number spine related disorders, including (but not limited to) neck and low back pain, pins and needles, jaw pain, headaches and migraines. Our Chiropractors work very closely with other Sports Lab health care providers including Physiotherapy, Podiatry, and Exercise Physiology.
To make an appointment, please call our practice and request a Chiropractic consultation or ask for an integrated initial assessment in which the Chiropractor and Physiotherapist will take a multidisciplinary approach, attending to your needs in the one session.
The importance of back care should not be underestimated. At Sports Lab Chiropractic our Drummoyne chiropractors regularly see people who suffer, not just from one-off mishaps, but from the culmination of habits that have impacted on their back over time.
Poor posture is a perfect example, whereby months or even years of slouching on the lounge or sitting incorrectly in an office chair, may have put strain on the back. When your back isn't in good condition, something as simple as over-stretching may cause a slipped disc or muscle strain to occur, and this may then trigger neck or back pain.
If you are experiencing discomfort or pain, it may be worth a visit to one of our Drummoyne chiropractors. Chiropractic care is concerned with spinal health and all of our Drummoyne chiropractors are experienced in treating a range of ailments.
A consultation will generally involve an initial assessment and examination of your spine, followed by treatment using a range of gentle hand manoeuvres. These are designed to alleviate the pain and target the problem. We might also be able to offer you sound advice on things you might do to prevent your back, shoulder or neck pain from recurring.
There's no better time than now to start looking after your spine if you hope to enter old age with plenty of mobility. If you'd like to find out how one of our Drummoyne chiropractors might be able to help you, phone us today for an appointment.