All of our practitioners undergo constant professional development to always be abreast of the latest techniques. Our facilities are regularly serviced and updated in accordance with the requirements of our clients, and the modern treatment methods we employ.
Natural therapies such as Chiropractic, Remedial Massage and Acupuncture are safe and drug-free alternatives for health and wellbeing. Healthy body, healthy mind, healthy life…
At Bremer Ipswich Chiropractic & Massage Therapy we regularly see Mum throughout her pregnancy, newborns throughout their stages of development, children during school age, dad after that weekend footy game, and Nana or Papa after a weekend of babysitting the grand-kids. We love serving our community by leading families toward their optimal health.
Aimed not only at relieving your pain but ensuring your injury, tension and tightness are healed as quickly as possible. Our excellent Ipswich chiropractors are masters of diagnosis and technique; providing a full assessment prior to treatment and carrying out the best treatment for your ailment.
Dry needling is a popular procedure whereby solid filament (acupuncture) needles are inserted into the skin and muscle directly at a myofascial triggerpoint. A myofascial triggerpoint (sometimes known as a knot) consists of multiple contraction knots, which are related to the production and maintenance of the pain cycle.
Our luxurious Ipswich massage services will leave you feeling calm, comfortable and relaxed for hours afterwards. Choose between our rejuvenating a deep tissue massage, our Swedish relaxation massage, or, why not take a mini holiday to Hawaii by succumbing to the Lomilomi (or loving touch) massage.
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