Frequently Asked Questions about Network Chiropractic Care
Will I get cracked?
No. There is no loud drop piece tables, no instruments that punch and click and no cracks are used with Network Chiropractic.
Will I need to have X Rays?
No. X-rays are not required for most clients. If we can gather valuable extra information in regards to you and your case with Spinal x-rays then we will refer you for them and they are claimable through Medicare.
I have osteoporosis. Is Network Chiropractic safe for me?
Yes. The gentle touches we use to help clients release tension and stress are ideal for people with osteoporosis.
I am pregnant – is it safe for me?
You are in an amazing time of change. Network Chiropractic is a safe, gentle, scientifically researched technique perfect for this special time. Our light touch technique is particularly gentle, with no known safety issues. When your body is undergoing lots of change, it is so important to be gentle and take the time to look after yourself.
During pregnancy, many changes occur.to prepare for birth.
You will have a bigger belly, postural changes, pelvic and low back changes and you will feel emotions heightened. Network Chiropractic is great for relaxing the nervous system and establishing spinal balance and alignment.
Network Care is especially suitable for pregnant women, babies and children, due to it’s incredibly gentle methods.
Is Network Chiropractic safe for babies?
Network Care is especially suitable for pregnant women, babies and children, and the very old due to its incredibly gentle methods.
How can Network Chiropractic help me be healthier?
The main objective of beginning care is to improve your body’s innate ability to heal itself.
Is it OK to come while I am sick?
In general, yes. Network chiropractic will help your central nervous system better respond to your illness. If you are throwing up, have diarrhoea or are infectious then wait for the worst to be over, then come in to help you get better as fast as possible. Home visits are available by apppointment.
Is Network Chiropractic the same as Network Spinal Analysis ?
Network Spinal Analysis (NSA) and Network Chiropractic are different names for the same thing. They both describe a gentle and safe technique that help your body release tension patterns and become better at healing itself. Network Spinal Analysis is the newer name. It was coined when Network Chiropractors began to use some vibrational medicine techniques which did not fit into traditional chiropractic models.
For any questions you would like to ask, please feel free to call or send us an email, and we would be happy to assist in any way we can.