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Spinal Health Week

By May 20, 2019April 8th, 2020No Comments

As part of Spinal Health Week 2019, Dr. Simon and Dr. Alexandra and our chiro Perth team are encouraging you to take control of your health, regardless of age, and make small changes to improve your spinal health and wellbeing.

Spinal Health Week
20th-26th May 2019

Spinal Health Week runs from 20 to 26 May and this year we are asking you whether your body, posture and spine are ready for life.

3.7 million Australians reported back pain in 2015 alone. Back pain can have a damaging effect on a person’s quality of life by affecting their ability to participate at work, in social activities and sports.

Furthermore, according to the World Health Organization, musculoskeletal conditions that reduce mobility, dexterity and functional ability, are the second largest cause of disability worldwide.

As we know life is full of unknowns, but you can take simple and practical steps now to maintain an active lifestyle, correct your posture and seek our professional care to get you Ready for Life. We are here to support you and help you take control of your health.

Spinal Health Week is a great time to make an appointment with us to find out how we can help you get Ready for Life. You can also visit for more information on how you can improve your spinal health and overall wellbeing.

Carlin Chiropractic Can Help you Get Ready For Life

In 20th-26th of May, 2019, the chiro Perth team at Carlin Chiropractic will be offering complimentary Movement and Stability Assessments and opening up our Pre-Care conversation to all friends and family to gain more information about Chiropractic Care.

Chiropractors are ideally placed to assist in the healthcare of Australians and potentially help improve their quality of life

Contact 08 9385 2388 to book an appointment today.

Spinal Health Week is a health initiative of the Australian Chiropractors Association (ACA), the peak body representing chiropractors in Australia.