Chiropractic at Resilient Health is a little different! Our sports chiropractor has a holistic approach to all aspects of the body including their management and prevention.
Chiropractic takes a holistic approach to healthcare. It is a direct modality of treatment concerned with the diagnosis, management and prevention of mechanical disorders of the entire neuromusculoskeletal system including the spine, the extremities (e.g. foot/ankle, knee, shoulder), muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and the nervous system and general health.
Through comprehensive history taking, evaluation, diagnosis and individualized treatments & management plans it aims to enhance overall health, function & performance of the whole body.
At Resilient Health, our team works together so that all our patients can receive a collaborative, multi model treatment that best suits their needs.
In Australia, Chiropractors are recognised as primary health care providers and are trained to recognise conditions that require referral to medical practitioners or other allied health. Chiropractic university graduates hold a Masters qualification. They complete a minimum of five years university training in anatomy, physiology, pathology, general medical diagnosis and chiropractic techniques to enable them to perform standard medical examinations of the musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, respiratory and nervous systems.
Australian law requires Chiropractors, to maintain ongoing professional development and education every year to stay in practice. In Australia, all chiropractors are required to be government-registered practitioners. If a chiropractor does not appear on this register they should not practice.
The register can be found at: http://www.ahpra.gov.au/Registration/Registers-of-Practitioners.aspx
If you would like any more information about our clinic, any of the therapies offered at Resilient Health, our health practitioners or how we might be able to help you, please contact us on 08 8232 0000 or email email@example.com
People seek Chiropractic treatment, when they experience long term (chronic) and short term (acute) problems, like the examples below:
YOU might be able to ask your Chiropractor for information any other health concerns or for a general check-up.
Dr Stewart Ward is currently the South Australian state chair and member for Sports Chiropractic Australia, the peak body representing sports chiropractors and evidence based chiropractic in Australia. He is currently completing his ICCSP postgraduate in Sports Chiropractic under the directorate of FICS and is attending sporting events and working with athletes on game day. Because of his interest in sports and rehabilitation, as well as his Advanced Diploma in Myotherapy and previous work as a massage therapist, Chiropractic works a little differently at Resilient Health. This means that techniques are chosen specifically for the needs of each individual depending on their complaint and preference of treatment methods. The expansive range of hands-on techniques may include, but are not limited to:
Dr Stewart Ward graduated from RMIT in 2012 with a Bachelor in Health Sciences & Masters in Clinical Chiropractic and has been in private practise ever since. He also holds a Diploma in Remedial Massage & Advanced Diploma in Myotherapy. Stewart loves working with people of all shapes and sizes to help them with their pain and functionality aiming to get his patients moving well again and back doing what it is that they love. He is particularly passionate in working with athletes of all ages, sizes and sports in both injury management and enhancing performance.
Stewart is currently completing his ICCSP postgraduate in Sports Chiropractic under the directorate of FICS and is currently the South Australian state chair for Sports Chiropractic Australia, the peak body representing sports chiropractors in Australia. Stewart is regularly attending sporting events and working with athletes on game day.
Dr Stewart is also a member of Sports Chiropractic Australia, the peak body representing evidence based chiropractic in Australia.
In his free time Stewart is an avid Crossfitter and gigantic nerd who can easily jump from back squats to Batman in the same sentence. He is an avid reader, a decent cook, loves listening to podcasts, and spending time with his family and friends.