What We Do


For many people, this may be your first visit to a chiropractor. So please allow us to give you an outline of what to expect.

We ask that you dress comfortably for the consultation; this will make sure we can be as thorough as we can in our examination. If you have any current or prior exams such as CTs, MRIs, X-rays or other relevant test results, please bring them along to assist the Chiropractor in learning as much as they can regarding your condition.

Chiropractic Consultation and Examinations

You will meet with either Wendy or Greg to talk. Following your first visit, Wendy or Greg will review providers throughout the Inverell and the surrounding towns. As a way of learning what may have contributed to your problem, we may ask questions regarding previous injuries, falls, postural habits, sports, repetitive stressors, etc.

Our goal is to help you find out the cause of the problem, if it’s something we feel we can help with we’ll continue with our examination, if its outside our expertise, we will let you know and find someone who can. Following our consultation, we will then begin our four (4) exams.

We are extensive in our initial exam to make sure we help you find the underlying cause of the problem which should take a total of 45 minutes.

  • Physical Examination
  • Structural Chiropractic Examination
  • Thermal reading Nervoscope analysis

Digital X-Ray Analysis (if necessary).

After your Exam

Following your first visit, Greg will review your consultation and the four examinations to review the source of your health problems. We understand that no two conditions are the same. As such, the chiropractor will review a specific program of correction that is customised to you.

Our staff will then give you a folder that includes your results, as well as some information about our office.

We have built strong relationships with health care providers throughout the Moree and the surrounding towns. If we find during the examination that this is not a chiropractic case, know you will be immediately referred to a health practitioner we feel best suits your condition.

Techniques Used


The Gonstead System of Chiropractic, represents arguably the “gold standard” in “hands on” spinal adjusting due to the lengthy training and specificity of analysis. The specific adjustments help return the spinal joints to their correct position and function resulting in proper nerve function and improved health.


Thompson Terminal Point technique is a system of analysis and a special table that reduces the amount of energy needed to adjust your spine. A special weighing system is used to apply the corrective adjustments.


Pregnant patients and older patients with bone-weakening conditions like arthritis and osteoporosis particularly find comfort with the gentle nature of an Activator adjustment. Don’t like the popping or cracking that you may have heard? but still want results through precision and accuracy. The Activator Method uses a small, hand-held instrument called the Activator Adjusting Instrument to deliver a gentle adjustment to the spine to correct the source of the problem.


Rachel will provide a comprehensive assessment and treatment program that takes into account your current capacity, lifestyle, any sporting activities and how you want to live your life from now onwards.

What to Expect

At the initial treatment session, Rachel will take a detailed account of the problem, followed by a physical examination in order to make a clinical diagnosis.

Each physiotherapy treatment and injury recovery plan is specifically tailored to your individual needs – we explain to you the underlying cause of your condition so that you can take control of your own recovery program.

We pride ourselves in offering our patients the latest technology. To create your tailored exercise programs we use a brand new app called PhysiApp. PhysiApp lets you complete your prescribed exercise program by following crystal-clear, narrated exercise videos. PhysiApp is completely free to download from the App store and Google Play store or can be accessed via your browser. Built-in reminders help you to stay on track towards a better you!

Workplace Health and Safety

  • Optimising employee work environments can reduce stress and eliminate many potential injuries and disorders associated with the overuse of muscles, bad posture and repeated tasks.

Our team has a passion to help increase the quality of life for our community. A part of this vision is to do complimentary presentations in workplaces, offices, schools, sporting clubs and community groups. Here are some common topics we can address:

  • Workplace Ergonomics Assessment
  • How to Correct and Maintain a Good Posture at Work and at Home
  • Tips on improving Posture and Proper Ergonomics at work / home
  • How to Prevent Injuries in the Workplace
  • Stretching and Mobility in the workplace
  • How to Resolve Back and Neck Pain
  • How to prevent Back and Neck Pain
  • Posture exercises for poor posture
  • What are the best Exercises and Stretches for Back and Neck pain


To find out more about our presentations, please contact our off team or email us on admin@inverellchiro.com.au

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“We are proud to work with the following organisations in Moree to support their Corporate health and Work place safety programs”

Pregnancy Care

We understand that having a baby can be one of the most rewarding and challenging times in a person’s life.

Greg and Wendy bring a wealth of knowledge in when it comes to the skeletal and muscular changes of the body during pregnancy.

We know that it can be a common time that some women may experience lower back pain, rib pain and sciatica.

Our goals for care during pregnancy is very simple… Help expecting mums experience a comfortable pregnancy and to help facilitate an uncomplicated labour and delivery

After giving birth, women also experience massive changes in their bodies. Specific care and rehabilitation after delivery can help your body recover more quickly and cope with new physical demands as you prepare to carry an increasingly heavy baby around.

Sporty pregnant woman doing exercises at home

Work Cover

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If you have been injured at work you need to get the right treatment as soon as possible. Getting the right treatment for injuries sustained via workplace accidents is vitally important to getting you out of pain and back to leading a normal life sooner.

Common injuries treated through WorkCover NSW insurance include:

  • Lower back injuries and disc bulges, which can lead to nerve damage or sciatica.
  • Sprain/strain injuries, this commonly occurs in the cervical spine (neck), shoulders or in the elbow (lateral epicondylitis, tennis elbow). This is often from poor work ergonomic and poor posture during long hours of computer work or any type of work that has a repetitive nature.
  • Motor vehicle Accidents (MVA) are very common can have long lasting affects if you have been involved in a car accident. If you are driving directly to or from work, or driving is a normal part of you job and you have an accident, no matter whose fault it is, you may be eligible to claim your injury as part of WorkCover NSW. Common injuries associated with car accidents include whiplash, neck injury, dizziness, pin’s and needles in you hands or legs, mid-back pain and lower back pain.

Greg and Wendy are both registered providers through SafeWork NSW, SIRA and icare. If you want to find out more, please contact our team for further information.

Sports Injury

Arm sports massage therapy
Young man at the physiotherapy

We emphasize the importance of early injury recognition and treatment.

In conjunction with receiving a course of treatment, specific strengthening and flexibility exercises will be implemented. Progressive exercises are included in rehabilitation programmes to ensure the chances of relapses are minimal.

Treatment options include:

  • acute injury diagnosis, education and development of a treatment plan to facilitate recovery
  • customised home exercise programs
  • identification of muscle imbalances in strength, length and motor control
  • sport-specific screenings
  • taping and fitting of ankle guards to prevent injury
  • return to sport fitness testing
  • immobilisation for injuries, such as casting, splinting and fitting of orthopaedic boots
  • orthotics
  • load monitoring advice, and
  • pre-operative and post-operative care