About Joseph

Joseph completed a bachelors of applied vision Sciences in 2009 from the Sydney
of university and has been working as an orthoptist for over 11 years being exposed to the health industry examining eyes and working along side of specialist. Having an interest on how the body works as a whole Joseph decided to go back to study and completed a his graduate diploma and masters in Chiropractic from Macqauries University in 2015.

Services Offered

dry needling

Dry needling is not to be confused 
with acupuncture (Traditional Chinese Medicine). There are similarities to acupuncture but in contrast dry needling
is based on western medicine for the management of musculoskeletal and sports injuries. Dry needling involves inserting non medicated needles into trigger points of a muscle to allow relaxation and a localised inflammatory response to occur to
help with the healing process.

Cupping

There are two forms of cupping, dry and wet. Our preferred method is dry cupping. This does not form any bleeding but bruising may be observed afterwards due to the expansion of the blood vessels. Suction cups are placed on the skin which may help with circulation, inflammation and pain. It can also be used as a form of deep tissue massage. 

Manipulations

Manipulations is a high velocity low amplitude force that is a applied to 
the joint via the chiropractors hands or a chiropractic tool which helps unlock 
the joint allowing more free play of the joint and relaxation of the muscles 
and ligaments.

Mobilisation

At times when a manipulation or adjustment is not favourable a mobilisation will be performed as this is a more gentle approach which is of low velocity to guide the joint back into movement.

dry needling

Dry needling is not to be confused 
with acupuncture (Traditional Chinese Medicine). There are similarities to acupuncture but in contrast dry needling
is based on western medicine for the management of musculoskeletal and sports injuries. Dry needling involves inserting non medicated needles into trigger points of a muscle to allow relaxation and a localised inflammatory response to occur to
help with the healing process.

Cupping

There are two forms of cupping, dry and wet. Our preferred method is dry cupping. This does not form any bleeding but bruising may be observed afterwards due to the expansion of the blood vessels. Suction cups are placed on the skin which may help with circulation, inflammation and pain. It can also be used as a form of deep tissue massage. 

Manipulations

Manipulations is a high velocity low amplitude force that is a applied to 
the joint via the chiropractors hands or a chiropractic tool which helps unlock 
the joint allowing more free play of the joint and relaxation of the muscles 
and ligaments.

Mobilisation

At times when a manipulation or adjustment is not favourable a mobilisation will be performed as this is a more gentle approach which is of low velocity to guide the joint back into movement.

Rehabilitation  - using gym facility

Rehabilitation is one of the most important aspect of all the treatments and this retrains the problem area and or associated areas to get back to the pre-injury/dysfunction state to bring you back to the most pain free state viable. Rehabilitation ranges from stretches, strength and conditioning and retraining how the brain perceives pain. Our Cabramatta clinic The Cabramatta clinic being located within a gym provides our patients with best care as the gym facilities can be incorporated into your rehabilitation program.

Clinic Locations

Cabramatta
Inside Fitness Republic Gym, 101/263 Cabramatta Road,
Cabramatta, NSW 2166, Australia

Merrylands
417 Merrylands Road, Merrylands
NSW 2160, Australia