Treatments

Whether you are experiencing recent pain or long-term pain, Sinclair Chiropractic is the place to come to for health recovery.

Treatment methods

Everyone has different needs and so is the treatment we give. At Sinclair Chiropractic, we use Kaufman Pain Neutralisation combined with a Zone Healing analysis, as well as other main Chiropractic Systems.

Any discomfort which involves nerve dysfunction readily responds to the special chiropractic treatments given here at Sinclair Chiropractic. This includes:

  • Back pain
  • Headaches
  • Neck problems
  • Arm and hand pain
  • Digestive disorders
  • Vertigo
  • Athletic injuries
  • Sleep disorders
  • ADD or ADHD
  • Depression
  • Infant and childhood disorders
  • Post-operative surgical conditions
  • Sciatica
  • Hip and sacroiliac pain
  • Knee and foot problems
  • Tennis elbow

Caring for children and pregnant women

Sinclair Chiropractic pays special attention and care to newborn babies, infants and children, as well as expecting mothers.

Infants and children receive special care for their conditions. We help pregnant mothers relieve pelvic pain, aching back and body, and other difficulties that often come with pregnancy.

Find out more about treatments for children and pregnant women.


Treatment Procedure

We analyse your condition according to Dr. Fleet’s Zone Analysis and Dr. Kaufman’s Pain Neutralisation system of care (PNT).

Most of the chiropractic and treatments given here is via Dr. Kaufman’s Systems of nerve reflex adjustment and correction. According to your needs, it may be combined with other systems of chiropractic.

Everything is carefully explained before any chiropractic care is given as your understanding of your own condition is very important to us. The techniques used are gentle and far more effective at speedily relieving and healing your body than commonly used manipulative procedures.

Dr. Mark Sinclair has been personally trained by Dr. Kaufman in PNT and in his other researched systems, over the last several years. He undergoes ongoing training as current worldwide research develops.