Chiropractors specialise in the diagnosis, treatment and management of the musculoskeletal system, and the effects of these disorders on the function of the nervous system.
The nervous system is essential to the control of your senses, your organs, your body’s movement, thoughts, emotion, and the coordination of the healing process.
Central to the chiropractic philosophy is the recognition and respect for the body’s natural healing ability; engaging a drug-free approach to restoring health.
The term “Chiropractic” comes from the Greek words cheir (hand) and "praxis (practice) to describe a treatment performed by the practitioners hands. There is an emphasis on manual treatments including spinal adjustments and other joint and soft-tissue techniques, with the goal to correct posture, alleviate pain, improve function, and support the body's natural ability to heal itself.
Beyond the physical, health comes from within, and the state of our health is a product of our beliefs, thoughts and actions, or inactions.
Living a healthy lifestyle means you are conscious of these elements and how they may be impacting your health. At Kula Health our chiropractor Brisbane will teach you to listen to your body and its feedback, to be responsible for what you think and feel, to be curious with an open-mind and to make informed choices.
We want to ensure you find what it is that will enable your body to thrive – and quite simply, do more of what makes you healthier, and less of that which depletes your life-energy.
Meet Dr Rachael
Rachael is passionate when it come to helping people who suffer from headaches, migraines, neck pain, shoulder pain, chest pain, low back and hip pain, sciatica, chronic injuries, sport related injuries and extremity injuries.
She is a highly trained Chiropractor, focused on finding the root cause of your health concerns to resolve your symptoms, and enhance your body’s own ability to heal itself.
Rachael completed her Chiropractic studies at RMIT Melbourne, completing with a Bachelor's Degree in Health Science with distinction, and a Bachelor's Degree in Applied Science (Chiropractic) with Distinction.
Meet Dr Laura
Dr Laura has a Masters in Chiropractic, Honors in Health Science, Bachelor of Biomedical Science but she’s also an experienced Yoga and Meditation teacher. Remember those traits of exceptional chiropractors we have mentioned? Laura has them all. She might just be the best chiropractor for you!
With a powerful philosophy, that healing is much more than physical, Dr. Laura Elliott has developed a unique approach using manual chiropractic adjustments with myofascial and neuro-emotional release techniques.
**Due to Dr Laura's wait-list and dedication to support and serve current clients she will only be seeing new patients who have been referred through to her. If this is you please use the contact form and we will be in touch within 24hours.
Meet Dr Sarah Nguyen
Sarah has always had a passion for natural health and healing, and her holistic perspective and desire to help others has led her to Chiropractic. She has always had a keen interest and a strong belief in preventative therapies and lifestyles such as nutrition and exercise and knew she wanted to help people in a hands-on and practical way.
Sarah believes that each patient has a different journey to wellness and it is important to educate each person about how to keep their body as happy and healthy as it can be. With experience working with WA state league Football and Rugby teams, Sarah gained valuable skills with athletes and experienced firsthand how Chiropractic can optimise performance. She believes that patient care often requires a multi-disciplinary approach and incorporates her knowledge of nutrition and rehab to optimise patient outcomes.
Sarah completed her studies at Murdoch University in Perth, graduating with her Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Clinical Chiropractic.
Outside of the clinic, Sarah loves all things at the beach and in the water, and spends her time swimming, diving and snorkelling.
What to expect?
Your first visit to a chiropractor will include a thorough patient history, postural assessment, range of movement, muscle tone and strength testing, and a neurological examination.
Central to the chiropractic philosophy is recognising and respecting the body’s natural healing ability. So you can expect a hands-on approach that we refer to as an adjustment; a therapeutic manipulation that uses controlled force, direction, velocity, and amplitude directed at specific joints.
When should I visit a Chiropractor?
Most commonly, people come to see us when they are experiencing back pain, neck pain, or even frequent headaches. However, you do not have to be experiencing pain to get adjusted.
Our goal is to have you moving freely in your body, thinking clearly and living a healthy lifestyle. Alleviating pain is only a small part of the work we do.
Have any questions?
Talk to one of our team
Chiropractic benefits including helping to naturally improve problems such as:
- Back pain
- Bowel regularity
- Improved mental clarity
- Ear infections
- Neck pain
- Arthritis and joint pain
- Blood pressure
- Healthy pregnancy
- Organ function
- Surgery prevention
A treatment plan at Kula Health will not only be tailored to suit your needs, it will also be carefully lead and continuously supervised.
- Thomas A. Edison -
"The doctor of the future will give no medication, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, diet and in the cause and prevention of disease."
A Chiropractor’s treatment involves a physical manipulation of the joints and spine with a goal of alignment. They use hands-on spinal manipulations but also other alternative treatments; exercise or health and nutritional counseling.
Yes, it's great to go to a chiropractor especially if you are experiencing back pain, headaches, neck pain, arthritis and joint pain, or if you are suffering from ear infections, asthma, and scoliosis. Chiropractic treatments are also effective when it comes to improving mental clarity.
Chiropractic care is not covered by Medicare. The only exception is when you need a manual manipulation of the spine in order to correct a subluxation. That happens when the bones in your spine move out of position.
First-timers get this pretty often. It’s normal to feel tired, even to experience flu-like symptoms after your chiropractic treatment. But that’s a good thing –it’s called toxic relief. Your body is adjusting to the treatment, and the symptoms will soon pass.
Chiropractic treatment is documented to be safe and it has a low-risk level as long it is performed by someone trained and licensed to deliver chiropractic care. There are certain conditions that are not suitable for chiropractic treatments. Those conditions are severe osteoporosis, bone tumors, Paget’s disease, osteomyelitis, and multiple myeloma.