Yes! We hold in highest regard those that have served our country and their families.

Yes! We only ask that you provide all relevant documentation to our reception staff on your arrival. This would typically include details of the case officer, claim number, date of injury and the insurer. If you are unsure please do not hesitate to contact us on (02) 9639 7337 before your appointment.

This will be explained on the first visit and depends on your needs. Most conditions would require up to 3-5 treatments for noticeable results. Conditions that are the result of trauma, like car accidents or sports injuries will take longer. Every case is different and you are unique, therefore your first visit is crucial to find all these answers.

Yes! All patient notes and records are kept on file, at Precision Health Spine and Sports we strive to provide and maintain an interdisciplinary approach to your treatment.

When the joints in your neck or spine ‘pop’ or ‘crack’ too often this is a case where you have joints that are lax, meaning they are moving too much and too far. If this is left untreated for a long period the normal function of your spinal joints will be altered. You should seek immediate Chiropractic care to assist you.

We help many people in rural Australia and overseas. Please contact us and we will call or email you. All advice is free of charge and we may even connect you with a recommended practitioner in your vicinity.

At Precision Health Spine and Sports Clinic if you’re genuinely not satisfied with our treatment we will gladly offer you a complimentary reassessment with one of our senior practitioners. We will also welcome you to speak with your initial practitioner to ensure it is not a simple misunderstanding.

Your first consultation will see you warmly greeted by our reception staff. You will then be asked to fill in a form that gives us some of your case history. When the practitioner has thoroughly reviewed this and is happy to continue they will perform their physical examination, specialist orthopaedic tests and functional assessments. This will allow a correct diagnosis. If you have had any X-rays or other imaging they will be viewed and explained to you. When their assessment is complete the practitioner will be able to give you an overview of the problem and how long they are expecting the treatment to take. If you are happy to proceed, the treatment program can then begin.

Depending on your problem area we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing which will allow our practitioners to access and treat with ease. Where you do not have appropriate clothing we offer disposable gowns to our patients.

Our practitioners are able to perform an extensive physical examination, a thorough history, read and explain your X-rays or other scans and by performing specific orthopaedic tests or functional assessments reach a working diagnosis. This is explained to you in terms you will understand. Your practitioner will also communicate with your GP and/or Specialist.