Champion Chiropractic Centre. Chiropractors dedicated to providing high quality Gonstead chiropractic care for the Central Coast community.
Chiropractic Care for Lower Back Pain
Champion Chiropractic, 39 Barralong Road, Erina, NSW 2250
Chiropractic care for the Central Coast community
Dedicated to providing high quality Gonstead chiropractic care
Dr. Scott's special interests include:
- Chronic back injuries
- Neck pain
- Headaches & Migraine
- Childhood injuries
Having always had a strong interest in health and wellbeing, I really wanted a career where I could help people live healthier happy lives. On researching various options, I became inspired by the unique philosophy of chiropractic. I enrolled to learn the science and art of chiropractic in 1983 and graduated in 1988. I attended my first Gonstead chiropractic seminar in 1990. I was immediately taken by the thorough, careful analysis and the gentle finesse of this technique. I was so impressed with this approach I have dedicated my professional career to providing Gonstead chiropractic care for the benefit of my patients since that time. I became a Gonstead Diplomate in 1998 and later served on the Gonstead Chiropractic Society board.
Dr. Kiara's special interests include:
- Childhood development
- Irritable baby assessment
- Acute back pain
- Pinched Nerves
From a young age I’ve had a special interest in the human body and its incredible inbuilt ability to grow, develop and heal when necessary.
I’ve been lucky to be raised by parents who are both chiropractors and so I have received regular adjustments since birth. This has resulted in my strong belief that good health comes from an optimally functioning nervous system, free from obstructions.
Our chiropractors, Scott Champion and Kiara Karayannis utilise the Gonstead System of Chiropractic. This is an approach that applies careful examination and analysis of each patient and utilises specific manual adjustments. Our patients range from all ages and all walks of life. Gonstead Chiropractors believe in finding the Subluxation, correcting it, then leaving it alone.