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A little introduction to our practice.

The majority of chiropractors in this area, and the chiropractic profession as a whole, are what would be characterized as “conventional.” Conventional chiropractors are excellent at temporarily decreasing muscular tension, increasing range of motion, and of course, temporarily reducing pain. There are many wonderful conventional chiropractors in this area, virtually all of whom are very capable practitioners.

Here at Sims & Finn Chiropractic, our focus is significantly different from conventional chiropractic care. Our focus is called Neuro-Structural Chiropractic, the purpose of which is to narrow in on underlying shifts in the spine that may be responsible for many symptoms – properly known as secondary conditions.

Some of these secondary conditions may include but are not limited to; numbness/ tingling, neck pain, low back pain, headaches, loss of strength and muscular imbalance.

Knowledgeable healthcare practitioners, including many well-known neurosurgeons and orthopaedic doctors, refer to the underlying shifts in the spine as structural abnormalities.

After taking a thorough history and fully understanding your current condition, our goal is to explain to you in very simple terms if you have a structural abnormality. We determine with complete certainty if they are present, then customize a corrective plan of care to aid in your recovery. Once we have corrected your structural abnormalities, we will show you how to protect the progress that you have made under our care.

We are excited to have you as a patient at Sims & Finn Chiropractic.

Proudly serving South-east Melbourne and surrounding communities since 1962.

You can find us at 52 Stud Road, Dandenong VIC 3175 Ph: (03) 9792 1945. We look forward to hearing from you.

(L to R) Drs Paul Finn, Tom Lockett, Jessica Djalikian, Brett Lodding and Shaun Hidge

(L to R) Drs Paul Finn, Tom Lockett, Jessica Djalikian, Brett Lodding and Shaun Hidge (Chiropractors)