163 Great South Rd
Greenlane, Auckland,1051

About chiropractic

“Chiropractic is a healthcare discipline that emphasizes the inherent recuperative power of the body to heal itself without the use of drugs or surgery. The practice of chiropractic focuses on the relationship between structure (primarily the spine) and function (as coordinated by the nervous system) and how that relationship affects the preservation and restoration of health. In addition, doctors of chiropractic recognize the value and responsibility of working in cooperation with other health care practitioners when in the best interest of the patient.” – Association of Chiropractic Colleges

As doctors of chiropractic, we see many patients which respond favourably to chiropractic care. Chiropractic is the foremost complementary medicine discipline, utilising spinal and extremity adjusting to improve your biomechanical function and nervous system activity. Chiropractic improves your body’s ability to run itself through removing interferences in the nervous systems communication pathways – the spine and its associated nerves. Our mission is to help you achieve your treatment goals, and to maintain optimal health over the long-term using safe, natural and holistic chiropractic care, along with lifestyle and exercise advice and nutritional guidance and support.

Chiropractic arose as a separate profession in the United States in the 1890s. Until the 1950s the profession was concentrated in North America and was largely isolated from the mainstream of health care. In the 1960s and 1970s the foundations were laid for broader acceptance of the profession – improved educational and licensing standards, significant research, research texts and scientific journals, and legal recognition and regulation in all US states and various other countries.

Today, more than 100 years after its birth, chiropractic is taught and practised throughout the world and the profession has earned broad acceptance from the public and in national health care systems for its services. It is widely regarded as the leading example of a complementary health care discipline reaching maturity and mainstream acceptance, and World Health Organisation (WHO) has now published guidelines recommending minimal educational standards for the regulation of chiropractic services within national health care systems – World Federation of Chiropractic.