Dr. Angie Aquilina began her career working with a allied health care professional since 2007 where she operated her business and practised as a Remedial Massage Therapist.
Dr. Angie desire is to assist people in discovering the ‘true’ cause of their symptomology in a natural approach lead her to study Chiropractic.
She uses the Gonstead Technique to achieve the best results in the shortest timeframe
Dr. Angie utilities the Gonstead technique approach is to locate these misalignments in the spinal column, then specifically adjust the segment back into place manually, removing the subluxation and “pinch”. She is offering services as a chiropractor in Western suburbs of Melbourne including Melton.
Dr. Angie has a passion for health and fitness, and regularly participates in triathlons, powerlifting training and cooking nutritious meals for her family and friends. Dr. Angie has been fortunate to work alongside and train with World Record holders within the Powerlifting circuit. Read More…
What is the Gonstead Technique?
Chiropractic began with Daniel D. Palmer giving his first adjustment in September 1895 in Davenport, Iowa. Today, there are many methods used by chiropractors to correct spinal misalignments, joint dysfunctions and subluxation complexes. Many techniques are identified by the name of the person who was most instrumental in their development. One of the most advanced and scientific methods is a technique called: The Gonstead System.
Dr Gonstead developed his procedures as a result of extensive clinical research in Mount Horeb, Wisconsin. These procedures were developed over many years of clinical observation and research to work out how to get sick patients well. Doctor Gonstead’s fifty-five years of continuous practice and over four million chiropractic adjustments resulted in a most complete method of biomechanical analysis for use by today’s doctors of chiropractic. Dr Gonstead was asked by other chiropractors to teach them what he did and how he got the results that he did. This lead to the development of the Gonstead Seminar in the mid 1940’s and a systematic approach to explaining the way he practiced and got sick patients well. A full history of the Gonstead Seminar is available at www.gonsteadseminar.com.
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