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Your immediate health and long term wellbeing is our focus. Our team of experienced specialists work together. So you get faster, longer-lasting recovery from pain, ongoing care that puts you in control, and the tools and relationships for your self-managed wellness.

With over 100 years combined experience, we are the leading Allied Health Practice in Cranbourne.

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Cranbourne Family Chiropractic Blog

Got shoulder pain when sleeping?

As a Chiropractor I here this quite often. My shoulder pain is keeping me awake at night? Hi, this Andrew Arnold, Chiropractor, Cranbourne Family Chiropractic and …

When it’s okay to not be okay

‘It’s all Good Mate, no worries!’ When it’s okay to not be okay Men’s Health Week has recently come and gone and while generally men’s health initiatives …

Mindfulness – An important life skill.

I like to mindfully drink a cup of coffee in the morning. What does this mean? It means essentially being present with every aspect of making and drinking the cup …

A scheduled treatment plan = less visits not more!

So, your practitioner is recommending a treatment plan. I know what you’re thinking. Here we go, the ‘come back’ routine, helping my Chiro pay off the Porsche. …

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