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Our team at Coastline Chiropractic consists of highly qualified practitioners who have an active interest to get you well. Current understanding of REHABILITATION accepts that repair occurs in phases. The stages are not clearly delineated but rather transitional guides.

At Coastline Chiropractic we acknowledge CHIROPRACTIC REHABILITATION has defined three phases. The phases will vary in the style and type of therapy, intensity and frequency of consultation and often level of your participation in home care activities.

Which CHIROPRACTIC REHABILIATION phase are you?

 

Relief CareCorrective CareWellness Care

RELIEF PHASE is often the first or initial phase of CHIROPRACTIC REHABILITATION. As the name describes, this phase of care aims to provide MAXIMUM RELIEF. Our primary focus at Coastline Chiropractic at this time is to have you feeling comfortable, out of pain and support relief as quick as possible.

Back pain in a common presentation to the chiropractors

Therapy and treatment applied are backed by EVIDENCE BASE MEDICINE for optimising relief. The therapy will also be personised for the condition and your needs. Furthermore, the active therapy will alway emphasise caution and safety because when the body is in pain normal warning reflexes are disturbed.

The chiropractic care consultation frequency during RELIEF CARE is individually tailored to your needs and condition. Often a schedule of care may be implemented for convenience which may cover the coming weeks of relief care. Sometimes the consultation therapy visits may be daily for weeks or couple times a week for weeks. The intensity of the treatment schedule is maximised the transition out of relief and into CORRECTION.

CORRECTIVE PHASE is often a transition from relief phase of Chiropractic Rehabilitation care. Cleary, the body, heals are repaired through its internal building and scaffolding cellular processes. Therefore, this rehabilitation phase respects the time and tissues involved with the moulding and supportive process. Importantly, you are often not in pain. However, the muscles, ligaments, nervous tissue and the movement properties of your body needs to be addressed.

Corrective care phase is a transitional phase to support tissue repair

Often we may start talking about concepts like; short leg, weakened muscles, softening of the nervous system, slow muscle timing, unbalanced gait or stance. You see, now we start looking at your whole body function. Remember a car can travel on a journey quite well with uneven tyre pressure. However, we understand this is detrimental to the PERFORMANCE and OPTIMUM FUNCTION. The same principle is applied to the human function.

It can take a long time for a condition to develop, which in many cases is longer than the symptoms have been present, so often it won’t heal overnight!

Many of our clients at Coastline Chiropractic choose WELLNESS or WELLBEING care for themselves and their families. A selection of a lifestyle of optimum health through all areas of your health is aligned with Coastline Chiropractic. Likewise, with all the other Chiropractic Rehabilitation phases, the choice is ultimately up to YOU.

Wellness and wellbeing is an establishment of lifestyle of good healthy practice

During wellness care, we encourage good home and social health practices. We discuss ways your can support your pillars of health identified by World Health Organisation (WHO). The level of active Chiropractic therapy frequency tapers and transitions to more self-managed practice. As a chiropractic centre with neurological rehabilitation training, this phase of care is where the massive neural growth can occur.

Conditions We See

  • Whiplash disorder

    Many people are shocked to realise that even mild cases of whiplash can happen just by simply turning your head too fast in one direction, being knocked down, falling or eve...

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  • What is Neurological Rehabilitation?

    The purpose of neurological rehabilitation is to help people struggling with neurological disorders improve the quality of life and maximise their life expectancy. The purpo...

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  • Arthritis treatment

    Arthritis has many types, and there is no single cause or a group of causes to any of those conditions. The reasons can vary depending on the type of it. However, some of th...

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  • Lumbar Strain and low back pain

    A lumbar strain occurs when the muscle or tendon fibres in the low back are torn, either suddenly or gradually from use over time. When a strain occurs, the surrounding soft...

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  • Rotator Cuff injury and shoulder pain

    Rotator cuff muscles and tendons can be injured many ways. The most common form of injury is prolonged stress over time, or with a sudden injury such as a fall. In an overus...

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  • Piraformis Syndrome and leg pain

    Piriformis muscle tightness and pain can be caused by prolonged sitting or standing. Many athletes develop tight, painful muscles in the buttock that can lead to piriformis ...

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  • Lower back pain and education

    Lower back pain affects your physical and mental health because it interrupts your routine and prevents you from leading an active life. A timely consultation with our chiro...

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  • Low back pain and disc injury

    Low back pain is common, and if a herniated disk is the cause of the pain, simple movements like as bending or twisting can be complicated. To avoid worsening of your back p...

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  • Osteoporosis and Chiropractic Care

    Osteoporosis is a bone condition in which the honeycomb-like structure of the bones becomes sparse, causing the bones to become too brittle to stand falls, bumps, and in sev...

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  • Whiplash and Chiropractic Treatment

    A chiropractor, is a health care professional who evaluates your spine to assist the diagnosis of your well-being. When a whiplash patient visits a chiropractor, the chiropr...

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  • Back Pain and Chiropractic

    The Chiropractor will conduct a thorough musculoskeletal assessment to determine the cause of your back pain. The Chiropractor will put together a comprehensive and individu...

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  • Headache Pain and Chiropractic

    Headaches affect just about everyone at some point and they can present themselves in many different ways. The types of headaches Chiropractors see are; Tension, Jaw (TMJ), ...

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  • Whiplash and chiropractic care

    When you sit in a fast car, or in a roller coaster, and it speeds up all of a sudden, your head jerks backwards, banging into the headrest. The same jerking motion happens w...

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  • Back Pain

    Among people seeking back pain relief options, most choose chiropractic treatment. Many Australians go to chiropractors every year. Of this number, around one third are look...

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  • Workplace back care

    As a large proportion of life is spent at work, the tips below are to help you move well, stay well and assist in preventing back pain in the workplace. Lifting Prior to any...

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  • Neck Pain

    Modern living often entails hours of driving and hunching over workstations, which can play havoc to our necks. So it is no surprising that neck pain is the second most comm...

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  • Posture

    What is good posture? Posture is the position in which you hold your body upright against gravity while standing, sitting or laying down, good posture helps to minimise the ...

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  • Sciatica

    The sciatic nerve runs from the lower back down through the buttocks and along the back of each leg. Sciatica is pain along this nerve and is a relatively common form of bac...

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  • Sports Injuries

    Sports injuries are commonly caused by overuse, direct impact, or the application of force that is greater than the body part can structurally withstand. An injury that happ...

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  • Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction

    The sacroiliac joint is located in the lower part of the back and joins the tail bone (sacrum) to one of the pelvic bones (ilium). There are two sacroiliac joints – one on...

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