Our Services


Our Chiropractors provide a wide range of Chiropractic services to the Glenorie, Maroota, South Maroota, Maraylya, Arcadia, Fiddletown, Dural, and Middle Dural communities.

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Chiropractic for Spinal Pain

Chiropractors are well trained to comprehensively assess and manage your neck and back pain. This often involves some hands-on manual therapy techniques such as spinal mobilisations and spinal manipulation.

We provide personal one on one sessions using a variety of hands on techniques.



We understand that people want more than just a name to their recent diagnosis. With the use of modern 3D anatomical software, we  help you better understand your medical scans and condition without the jargon. Our information is reputable and, accurate, and from the most up to date sources.


Hands-On Treatment

Our Chiropractors in Glenorie are well trained to provide effective hands-on treatment (manual therapy) to help manage your pain and get you to move better. This can include things like: massage, joint mobilisations, joint manipulation, and dry needling. For many health conditions affecting the muscles and joints, this is one of the fastest ways to get better.

This hands-on treatment is always given along with some targeted exercises to maintain the improvement, and make sure you can completely recover without the need to keep coming back.



Exercise is one of the most important things we can do in life to keep healthy. As Chiropractors, we can use exercise to help stretch muscles, build strength, relieve pain, manage headaches and cramps, improve performance, and even to prevent injuries.

At Glenorie Health, our Chiropractors will always give you suitable exercises (as a print off with associated pictures and videos) to help you remember and perform your exercises correctly.


Professional Development

Our Chiropractors are always keeping up to date with the latest research so we can provide the best evidence based management of your health. This means attending conferences, seminars, training courses, and reading up on the latest journal articles so we can keep up to date with the best way to identify and help you manage your health.