ABOUT JAKE | DEE WHY CHIROPRACTOR
Musculo-skeletal healthcare with a whole-body approach.
Jake graduated from Macquarie University with a Bachelor and Masters degree in Chiropractic, in addition to 5 years assisting and training under an osteopath & chiropractor externally, and has since gone on to use his unique teachings to adopt an extremely comprehensive, whole-body approach to understanding and treating musculoskeletal conditions.His initial interest in hands-on therapies came about after a severe lower back injury left his father facing lifelong disability, but through the work of a local osteopath, went on to cancel his pending surgery and continue an active working and sporting life for years to come. It’s this first hand experience of the huge potential that manual therapy offers for healing that drives Jake’s passion for the work today. Jake has enjoyed training and competing in mixed martial arts for years, and applies his appreciation of athletic performance to his passionate approach to restoring and optimising his patients’ physical function and ensuring they are able to pursue a pain-free lifestyle however they choose.
35 Lantana Avenue, Collaroy Plateau Chiropractor. Just follow the signs!
Monday 1pm-8pmTuesday Closed Wednesday 12pm-8pm Thursday 8am-12am Friday 8:30am-7pm Saturday 7:30am-11am Sunday Closed
Health fund rebates available.
A style of chiropractic treatment that uses high-velocity, low-amplitude movement to restore motion to dysfunctional joints. This can create instant improvements in range of motion, as well as neurological responses that decrease muscle tightness and improve the brain’s awareness of body position, as well as repositioning malaligned joints.
Muscle/soft tissue release (massage and dry needling)
A variety of chiropractic techniques including massage, dry needling, and guided/resisted stretches that aim to decrease tightness in a specific muscle or region of fascia to decrease pain, restore normal length and flexibility, and allow muscles and their related agonists and antagonists’ strength to normalise.
Once your body is functioning optimally enough to do so, there will likely be some homework that will be tailored to you to aid recovery and prevent re-occurence. These typically include specific strength, muscle release, and stretching regimes that you will be coached to perform and progress yourself at home or in the gym.
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