Farrer Chiropractic Centre

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Address:
Unit 2 / 2 Farr Place, Isaacs Shopping Centre
Isaacs
Canberra ACT 2607
ACT
Australia
Phone number:
0262863106
Email:
snowdragon1@bigpond.com

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Company description

Although Dr Bibrowicz has completed studies not only chiropractic but also osteopathy, he's registered both in New South Wales and the ACT only as a chiropractor, and is a registered member of the Chiropractic Association of Australia, so within Dr Bibrowicz's repertoire are various adjustment techniques.
Farrer Chiropractic Center

Welcome to Farrer Chiropractic Center

Dr Patrick Bibrowicz, operates out of his practice is situated in the picturesque Isaacs's shopping centre, off Julia Flynn Ave. One of the main access roads into Isaacs, which is clearly signposted on Yamba drive.

There easy parking situated right at the door. When you arrive for your first visit, a comprehensive compact questionnaire will be needed to be completed, using this information, Dr Bibrowicz will give you your initial consultation. This comprises of complete postural analysis, evaluating your overall posture, and more importantly the implication of stresses upon your spine. A complete neurological examination, consisting of not only reflex, sensory and also muscle strength testing , to determine what modalities of treatment will be best suited for your condition.

Although Dr Bibrowicz has completed studies not only chiropractic but also osteopathy, he's registered both in New South Wales and the ACT only as a chiropractor, and is a registered member of the Chiropractic Association of Australia, so within Dr Bibrowicz's repertoire are various adjustment techniques. For those patients who are apprehensive of manual neck adjustments, Dr Bibrowicz has completed the Advanced Activator Methods Technique. This technique utilises an adjusting instrument that is ideally suited for all members of the community ranging from the very young to the very old. Regarding manual adjusting techniques, Dr Bibrowicz uses the least amount of force to facilitate the spinal motions segment movement. For those people, who have already experienced the benefits of chiropractic care, and are looking for a practitioner who uses specific techniques, one frequently asked for is the Sacro Occipital Technique, SOT, this utilises wedges, and is used to balance the hips and the spine.

Various muscle techniques are also used, one in particular trigger points, where thickening in muscle fibres can adversely affect proper muscle functioning, resulting in referred pain areas, which may be situated in a different area. These are commonly found, in temporo mandibular joint dysfunction, more commonly referred to the jaw. Problems here, may be the basis of headaches neck pain and referred pain areas. Dr Bibrowicz has completed the course in Chirodontics, the technique that not only analyses jaw dysfunction, but the so in the context of the full spine and posture. Before any dental work is undertaken to correct bite and occlusion, chiropractic work must be completed to get to the spine functioning correctly /optimanily. The clears will splinter and dental work is then carried out by a dentist also heading concluded completed 0 pause the course. Of the am

The Farrer Chiropractic centre, as the name infers was originally set up in the suburb of Farrer, and in 1992 was moved to the Isaacs shopping centre, situated off Julia Flynn Avenue in The Isaacs Shopping Centre set in a picturesque setting below Isaacs ridge nature reserve. There is convenient parking situated right at the door.

On arrival for the first visit, a comprehensive compact questionnaire well be needed to be completed, with this information in hand Dr Bibrowicz will give you a complete and comprehensive postural analysis, evaluating a how your overall posture impacts upon your spine, and determining whether this is cause of your problems. A neurological examination & evaluation will have to be given, testing your reflexes, muscle strength and nerve function. Once these have been completed, various techniques option will be discussed to determine which treatment will be more appropriate your conditions, or conversely should you be referred out to further tests.

Although Dr Bibrowicz has completed studies not only chiropractic but also osteopathy, it must be noted here he is only registered as a chiropractor both in the ACT and New South Wales. he is also a registered member of the chiropractic association of Australia, where a condition of membership is ongoing continuing medical education and compulsory professional indemnity cover.

Dr Bibrowicz is now entering his 31st year in practice, and over this time he is accumulated various techniques, learnt various techniques. For those patients was somewhat apprehensive of having manual adjustment, Dr Bibrowicz uses the minimal force required to help facilitate an adjustment. For those were somewhat sensitive and still unconvinced of Dr Bibrowicz has completed advanced activator methods chiropractic course, where the hand held adjusting instrument is used. This is ideally suited for patients of all ages, from the very young to the very old. As well as this there are the other standard chiropractic osteopathic maneuvers, and techniques such as sacro occipital technique, and technique utilising wedges and the patient's own body weight to facilitate correction. Various muscle techniques can be utilised especially trigger point therapy, this is where there a tender thickening is of muscle fibres the course and proper functioning of the muscle and resulting painful areas.

There is also the Chirodontics method, where your jaw bite and occlusion is evaluated, working in conjunction with dentist's, doing bite correction performing bite correction through appliances and occulusial splints. Prior to this the patient’s posture and spinal function must be corrected to minimise the impact and forces.

All this is a maiden via appointments, although there are flexible appointment times, the clinic.

Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 9 AM -- midday 3 PM -- -- 6:30 PM
Wednesday 2 PM -- -- 7 PM
Friday 7:30 AM/8 AM -- -- 3 PM
Sunday morning: 9 AM to midday.


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