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paediatric chiropractic

During pregnancy there are many hormonal and physical changes you’ll experience. With these changes happening it is likely that some of them will impact on your neuro-musculoskeletal system in various ways. 

If you are currently pregnant, or have recently given birth, Dr Annabel is our recommended Chiropractor for this. Dr Annabel regularly assists patients through all stages of pregnancy, as well as once baby is born. 



In Australia, chiropractors provide care to more than 30,000 paediatric patients (0-18 years old) every week. Chiropractors are taught a range of techniques to care for patients and modify all care to suit the age, presentation and development of the patient. Manual Therapies are valued by parents and form part of a comprehensive approach to paediatric care.Chiropractors can play an active role in monitoring development, motor skills, and wellbeing through assessments.

Childhood years are crucial to the body’s overall development and if problems are not resolved then we are often left to carry them throughout our entire adult life. Modern trends including substantial increases screen time in both the home and school settings, it is becoming more and more frequent seeing children suffering from postural related issues, inclusive of headaches, neck pain and back pain.


In March 2019, the Victorian Health Minister tasked Safer Care Victoria (SCV) to lead an independent review of the practice of spinal manipulation on children under 12 years. SCV wished to hear from parents of children who have accessed chiropractic care, exploring their experiences, both positive and negative.

  • 21,824 submissions in total 

  • 99.7% reported a positive experience with chiropractic care of their children

  • 98% said that chiropractic care helped their child, indicating improvement after treatment

  • 99.1% indicated they were either ‘satisfied’ or ‘very satisfied’ with information provided by the chiropractor about the benefits of treatment

  • 95.8% stated they were ‘satisfied’ or ‘very satisfied’ with the information provided about the risk of treatment

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