At Footscray Chiropractic Clinic we pride ourselves on the cleanliness of our clinic and want to reassure you that we are also taking further precautions especially with regard to recent concerns surrounding COVID-19.
We continue to closely monitor the ongoing situation and will be following the advice of the Department of Health and Human Services. During this time please be assured we will continue to maintain the highest standards of hygiene and cleanliness, especially with regard to our equipment and treatment facilities.
From you, we ask that you remember to practice good hygiene before, during and after your appointment. Please wash your hands with warm water and soap when using the bathrooms and make use of the hand sanitiser available at reception.
If you’re feeling unwell, have travelled to a high risk destination within the last 14 days or have come into contact with someone affected, please exercise your due diligence when deciding when to return to the clinic. If uncertain, please do contact our reception team ahead of your appointment.
If you do have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to reach out!
We look forward to seeing you at the clinic.
At Footscray Chiropractic we stock a range of pillows and aides to support your health and well-being.
The Complete Sleeper is a very comfortable memory foam pillow. It is contoured and comes in 2 densities but the thing that sets it apart from other pillows is that it is adjustable. It has two inserts that can be removed to change the shape and size of the pillow and foam ‘noodles’ that can be removed to make it softer.
Give us a call on 9687 3886 if you’d like to trial a pillow, we have 2 samples for loan.
Dry Needling for most is more comfortable than they expect.
At Footscray Chiropractic Clinic we’ve had much success with Dry Needling to treat chronic (long standing) muscular issues.
Dry Needling is a technique used to treat myofascial trigger points (knots in muscles) using an acupuncture needle. The term dry needling is used to differentiate it from injection needling which uses a hypodermic syringe (hollow needle) to inject a liquid into the body. Dry needling utilises acupuncture needles, which are solid, filament needles, to stimulate the muscle fibres and deactivate the trigger point. Generally people either don’t feel the very thin needle or experience a little pinch or muscular twitch.
With Dry Needling, when knots resolve, people experience long term relief from chronic muscular pain. Other benefits include increased strength and greater range of motion of the muscle.