Our Point Of Difference.
A typical chiropractic consultation at The Cube Allied Health includes various techniques such as active release, dry needling, diversified adjustments, and exercise prescription tailored to the individual.
What is an adjustment?
An adjustment is a manual procedure performed by an accredited practitioner applying controlled force into a joint space such as a spine to address neurological dysfunction, joint restriction or skeletal alignment reducing pain and inflammation, muscle spasm and tension and normalising biomechanics.
Sometimes a cracking sound is accompanied with the adjustments this is nitrogen gas trapped within the joint which creates the sound.
Meet the chiropractor
Born and raised in New Zealand until the age 14, Regan and his family moved to Sydney in 2001. During his time here, Regan had observed the public awareness of health throughout Sydney’s Northern Beaches and thus influencing his first stage career path as a Personal trainer which eventually led him to Chiropractic.
Regan has a sporting background competing in kickboxing, boxing, Brazilian ju-jitsu and MMA at a professional level. Regan has found chiropractic has greatly improved his physical and mental attributes required during training and competition.
Regan competed against and has worked with some of Australia’s top UFC mixed martial arts athletes, which in return has given him the ability to build up an even stronger knowledge base of health through martial arts. He now passes his skills on through his MMA coaching, and treating of athletes for competition at amateur and professional levels. He hold
- Bachelor in Chiropractic Science
- Master of Chiropractic
- Cert 3, Cert 4, Diploma in Fitness
What is chiropractic?
Chiropractic is a safe and natural way to improve health and relieve pain by restoring function in the human body through the use of adjustments, movement analysis and appropriate education and patient advice.
The human body includes the musculo-skeletal and nervous system which have a synergistic relationship with each other playing a vital role in function and performance.
Chiropractic work by assessing movement to determine 3 major clinical findings: muscle imbalances, joint restrictions, and neurological function of the body in-order to meet patient desired outcomes.