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What exactly is Chiropractic?
Chiropractic is a natural, non-invasive health care practice based on the premise that an active  and healthy  body depends upon a healthy nervous system. Your spine houses and protects key parts of the 
nervous system. Everyday activities can lead to misalignments in the spine, stressing vital nerve pathways,
jamming the super freeway of information that travels from your brain to your body. There are many different ways of correcting these imbalances in the spine which are safe, gentle and effective for people of all ages.
These corrections are called "Adjustments".
Is it just for bad backs?
Chiropractors help people with a wide range of conditions that are known to be improved by chiropractic 
treatment. Some of the problems that chiropractors may help include: 
Neck pain - Numbness / Tingling - Leg pain /Numbness - Sciatica and Disc  problems - Repetitive strain Shoulder / wrist / elbow problems - Hip/Knee/Ankle/Foot Problems - Carpal tunnel - Headaches/Migraines -
Poor Posture - Accidents / Whiplash - Tennis elbow - Sports injuries.
Is it safe?
Chiropractic is the largest non surgical, non drug prescribing health care profession in the world.
Its popularity is largely due to its success helping millions of people worldwide.
The risk of a complication with neck adjusting (manipulation) is 6.39 per 10 million adjustments and 1 in 100 million for low back adjustments. When compared statistically with adverse events associated with neck surgery or using anti-inflammatory medication, Chiropractic adjustment's efficacy and safety has an enviable record. 
(Source: "Efficacy and risks of Chiropractic manipulation: What does the evidence
suggest?" by Ian Coulter, Ph D Journal of Medicine, Vol 1, number 2, pp. 61-66)
Are you Qualified?
Dr James Sidebottom is a fully licensed health professional, governed by the Chiropractic Registration Board of Australia.
He completed 5 years of study and practical  training at RMIT, graduating with a double degree -
BAppSc (Clinical) BSc (Chiropractic).
Since graduating he has continued to consolidate and update his knowledge base by completing further 
professional development study.    
Government bodies such as Workcover, Transport Accident, and more recently Medicare all recognise the 
benefits of Chiropractic by paying costs of treatment for people who are eligible under theses schemes.