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Spinal Health Week 2020

This year for Spinal Health Week, Lane Cove Chiropractic is getting involved in the colouring competition organised by the Australian Chiropractors Association (see link below). We encourage all kids ages 7-12 to have a go. Once completed, follow the instructions on the right and copy us into the email, or bring the hard copy in, so we get the beautiful drawings and can choose a winner!

As part of the Australian Chiropractors Association’s new ‘Consider a Chiro’ campaign, we at Lane Cove Chiropractic are asking Australians to consider a chiropractor when it comes to ailments such as back pain, neck pain and headaches.

Unfortunately, these spinal health issues are not isolated and impact many Australians every day. Did you know:

  • 4 million Australians suffer from back problems; 1

  • 50% of people will experience neck pain at some point in their lives; 2 and

  • migraines affect 4.9 million Australians. 3

These health issues can also greatly impact your quality of life by making simple, everyday activities difficult to complete. With back pain, neck pain and headaches being so common, most people think they are a normal part of life.

It is important that Australians understand all their options when it comes to caring for their health and wellbeing. The good news is that chiropractic may offer you a drug free alternative to not only help prevent and alleviate pain, but to promote a healthy and fulfilling lifestyle.

This Spinal Health Week (17-23 August) is a perfect time to make an appointment with us to see how we may help if you suffer from pain. You can also visit for more information on the Consider a Chiro campaign.

In conjunction with Spinal Health Week we will be doing free spinal health checks for family and friends who are not already patients at Lane Cove Chiropractic Centre.

Contact 94284033 to book an appointment with us today.

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