Waverley Chiropractic welcomes 2020. It’s a New Year and so let’s start with a new you.
Make a determination, a resolution this year to improve at least one aspect of your health. As your spine protects your spinal nerves which send and receive info between your brain and the rest of your body, can we at Waverley Chiropractic suggest you make your spinal health a priority this year of 2020.
To help with this Mount Waverley Chiropractor Dr Shaun Beovich is offering $10 off your 1st visit at Waverley Chiropractic Centre. Let’s break down any barriers you may have to making that initial step to better health.
You can book easily online at Waverley Chiropractic Centre. You can even fill out all initial paperwork online in the comfort of your home. It’s all paperless! Simple!
So if you are in the Mount Waverley, Pinewood, Glen Waverley, Chadstone, Burwood, Clayton, Mulgrave or surrounding areas and suffering from back pain, neck pain, headaches, migraines, sciatica, disc bulges, shoulder pain, hip pain etc, now is the time at the start of this new year to stop being in pain.
Or you may just want to add to your wellness routine and have a chiropractor optimise your spinal/nerve health. Or maybe you need a posture analysis and advise on how to counteract that forward hunched posture you see in the mirror?
Book online or phone Mount Waverley chiropractor, Dr Shaun Beovich now on 9581 2624.
A New Year, a new you!
Mount Waverley Chiropractor Dr Shaun Beovich is encouraging locals in Mount Waverley, Glen Waverley, Burwood, Chadstone, and Clayton not to let pain hold them back this Christmas.
Back pain, neck pain, shoulder aches and headaches can be debilitating and an unwanted discomfort through this Christmas period. So to help people move better and feel better Waverley Chiropractic Centre is offering new patients 20% off their 1st visit for the month of December.
Instead of $85, your 1st visit will
be only $68. This includes a thorough history, examination, explanation of
what’s wrong, a recommended treatment plan and we’ll get started with actual
treatment. Be wary of other offers that state a low 1st visit cost but don’t
Each year Mount Waverley Chiropractor does something special through December in the lead up to Christmas. Previously Waverley Chiropractic has collected toys and food in exchange for treatment that then is donated to the Salvation Army to distribute to locals in need.
So if you don’t want pain to hold you back this Christmas and you are searching for a chiropractor in the Mount Waverley, Glen Waverley, Burwood, Chadstone or Clayton area then try Mount Waverley Chiropractor, and take up the special $68 1st visit offer.
You can easily book online or phone 9581 2624. Located at 25 Mount Pleasant Drive, Mt Waverley (corner of Waverley Rd and Forster Rd). Check on Google Maps.
As a chiropractor here in Mount Waverley I’m often asked what’s the difference between a disc bulge and herniation. The bones, discs, ligaments, and muscles of your spine are designed to help you maintain proper spinal alignment, posture, and movement. Between each set of bones or vertebrae is a small rubbery disc. These discs act as small shock absorbers for your spinal bones and nerves. They have a tough, rubber-like outer layer called the annulus fibrosis and a soft jelly-like center that is called the nucleus pulposus. As you age or encounter injuries, the curve of your spine may fall out of alignment. This can place uneven stress on your spinal column and discs, increasing the chance of having a disc break down and herniate.
Why it Matters:
disc herniation occurs when the outer portion of the disc ruptures (or tears)
and the soft inner portion squeezes out. This type of injury can cause pain at
the site of herniation, or sometimes the herniated disc can pinch a nearby
nerve, causing pain that can radiate down into your arms and legs. Similarly, a disc bulge occurs when the outer
wall of the disc is weakened, but the inner portion has not yet broken through.
- A disc herniation occurs when the inside of a spinal disc breaks through its
- Disc herniations often contribute to nerve compression, which can send
pain, weakness, or numbness into your arms or legs.
- By maintaining proper spinal alignment, you can reduce added wear and
tear on your discs and potentially decrease the likelihood of a disc herniation.
that you know what a disc herniation is, be sure to stay tuned. Next week, we’ll
reveal the best ways you can find natural relief. Can you guess what type of
care resulted in over 90% of people with a disc herniation finding improvement
within the first few months? We’ll be back next week with the answer!
University. The Spine Hospital 2018
Disk: What is it? Harvard Medical School. Harvard Health Publishing 2018