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What is Chiropractic?

Here’s what we’ve learned from years of practice…

Your body’s innate ability

Your body is created with an inborn ability to maintain itself in a state of proper working order.

A newborn baby may seem small and helpless, but within that body is the ability to make food into living tissue, to heal cuts and bruises, to adapt to changes in the environment, to produce the chemicals necessary to perform every bodily function, to fight off invading organisms, to live as much as 100 or more years, in short, to lead a healthy, productive life.

The toolkit – your brain & nerves

Your brain and nerve system are the tools by which you attain proper working order, commonly known as health.

Every organ, gland and cell in your body depends upon messages carried to and from your brain in order to work in a manner benefiting the whole of the body.

Cogs in the system

Interference in the nerve system reduces your body’s ability to work at its best.

While a dead body has a brain and nerve system, it does not have life. There is no power or energy flowing over the nerve system. Similarly, a paralysed person cannot move due to injury to the nerve system. Even slight damage to the vital nerve system can reduce your body’s ability to work at its fullest potential.


A spinal misalignment with nerves affected (called a vertebral subluxation) reduces the body’s ability to work properly.

Slight misalignments of the bones of the spine can be caused by every day, common activity. This can interfere with the ability of your nerve system to carry messages to your brain that are needed for you to accomplish those everyday activities.

Chiropractors correct vertebral subluxation

The main objective of the chiropractor is to locate and correct vertebral subluxation in adults and children so that families and entire communities are able to live their lives to their fullest potential.

Book a consult today!

If you and your family would like to have your spine checked please call Haberfield Chiropractic on (02) 9799 9995 or fill out our handy online appointment form.

Haberfield Chiropractic | (02) 9799 9995