Wishing everybody a very happy & blessed Christmas and a healthy 2013.
Tuesday 25th December 2012 – closed
Wednesday 26th December 2012 – closed
Tuesday 1st January 2013 – closed
Would you like to feel Happy, Healthy & Energised?
Jump into summer with our latest Health Forum.
Discover what it takes to look and feel great, ready to make the most of those long summer days.
Happy, Healthy & Energised will be held on Wednesday 10th October 2012 at 6.45pm.
As an added incentive, anyone who brings a friend, or family member, to this forum will receive a complimentary next adjustment.
Any friend (or family member) who begins care at VPCC will receive $20 off their initial consultation if they attend the forum.
To book your place, please ring us on 8332 4567, as places are strictly limited.
& VICTORIA PARK CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC PRESENTS:
Three emerging artists, three work colleagues from three artistic backgrounds ‘Aligning’ for their first SALA exhibition.
Victoria Park Chiropractic Clinic is thrilled to announce it’s involvement in hosting a South Australian Living Artists exhibition this year.
We are even more excited to announce that the artists who are exhibiting their works are none other than members of our team:
Maggie Moy, Paije Cox and Susie Eckermann.
These wonderful people are not only brilliant at what the do in the clinic but are also talented artists.
The exhibition runs from 5th August—31st August and there is an opportunity to view their artworks during clinic hours (8.00 am – 6.oopm).
We hope that this will become an annual event at the clinic.
SPINAL HEALTH WEEK 21-27 MAY 2012.
Sit right and sit less for a healthy spine.
Do you spend most of your day sitting, whether it’s at work, in the car, on public transport, or watching TV? Well, you’re not alone. Australia is a nation of ‘sitters’ and its starting to take its toll on our health.
As part of Spinal Health Week 2012, your chiropractors will be encouraging patients and the community to prioritise their spinal health by sitting less and moving more.
The week heralds the launch of Sit Right, a national initiative that aims to encourage Australians to take note of the potentially dire health consequences from prolonged sitting.
Australians are spending more time than ever sitting which not only causes spinal damage and back pain, but increases the risk of disease and even death. Sit Right focuses on the dangers of long-term sitting, especially for office workers, and offers solutions for common ‘sitting sins.’
So why not improve your health simply by standing up and moving around more? It’s also important you take regular breaks from sitting to stretch, stand, change or correct your posture or walk around your office.
And while you are sitting, here are a few things to remember:
* Keep your hips, elbows and knees at open angles (slightly more than 90 degrees)
* Recline slightly to ease lower back pressure
* Ensure your feet are flat on the floor or on a footrest
* Position the centre of your computer screen at eye level and tilt the monitor upwards slightly
* Only use wrist rests while resting, not while typing
* Download the Sit Right widget on to your computer as a prompt for taking regular breaks www.SitRight.com.au
An active spine is a healthy spine and a healthy spine leads to a healthier life. Why not use Spinal Health Week to make an appointment with our clinic to assess your spinal health and discuss how being more active will improve your wellbeing? During the month of May VPCC will be conducting workplace health presentations to educate local businesses and their staff.
Whilst we are sad to farewell Dr Griffiths, we are thrilled to announce the latest addition to the team at VPCC. Please welcome Dr Danielle Guilmette. Dr Guilmette will be taking over from Dr Griffiths from Monday 26th March and will be consulting all day Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays and every alternate Saturday morning.
Dr. Danielle Guilmette graduated from Sydney’s Macquarie University after completing a 3 year Bachelor of Chiropractic Science, and a 2 year Master of Chiropractic. In 2009, Danielle was invited by Sports Chiropractic Australia to be one of the volunteer treating chiropractors at the Sydney World Master Games, contributing to the delivery of over 5000 chiropractic consultations to the athletes, volunteers, and the general public.
Danielle regularly attends seminars to broaden her knowledge base and skill set, training in many different chiropractic techniques so as to deliver the best possible care, treatment and education to all of her patients. It is Danielle’s goal to inspire, educate and motivate her patient’s towards their best possible health and wellness.
Out of hours, she enjoys going to the gym, running and doing bikram yoga. Danielle’s training and career has previously been Sydney based, where she enjoyed working by the beach in Maroubra, but has relocated to Adelaide to settle down with her partner Ryan, who is also a practicing chiropractor.
Danielle looks forward to caring for you and your family, and assisting you to achieve your health goals.
We are sad to announce that Dr Griffiths will be leaving VPCC. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Dr Josh Griffiths—he has been such a wonderful addition to the team here at VPCC for many years and will be sorely missed. We appreciate the care and compassion he has shown to everyone he has come in contact with. We wish Josh & Naomi all the very best as they embark on the next phase of their lives with baby Tyler. Dr Griffiths’ last day is 23rd March.
Our congratulations also go to Dr Paije Cox who recently got engaged to Tom Nitschke
Road closures due to the CLIPSAL 500 start to take effect from Monday February 13th 2012.
The roads affected are:
The clinic will remain unaffected and parking will still be available on Watson Ave and under the building (accessed from Fullarton Rd).
PLEASE NOTE SPEED RESTRICTIONS WILL BE ENFORCED.
Congratulations to Josh and Naomi on the birth of Tyler Mitchell.
All of us at Victoria Park Chiropractic Clinic are thrilled to announce that Dr Simon Kent will be returning to the practice — on a part-time basis at first — commencing Tuesday 1 November.
Make sure to say hello if you see him!