Lara Rogers graduated from Macquarie University in 2000 and practiced in Sydney for 8 years before relocating to the NSW South Coast. She considers Chiropractic a team effort between practitioner and patient. Through open communication and a thorough assessment, Lara will develop a complete plan to accelerate your immediate recovery and provide long term strategies to keep you well.
In 2006 Lara completed a Graduate Diploma in Animal Chiropractic at RMIT University. When Lara is not at the clinic she is usually adjusting a horse or dog somewhere in the local and surrounding area.
For more information on Chiropractic please go to www.huskissonchiro.com.au.
After practicing in Huskisson for 5 years the clinic grew and moved to a purpose built building in Woollamia. Only a short 3 ½ km drive from Huskisson, the clinic is situated in peaceful surrounds with views overlooking the bush. Our patients feel at home and often come early just to sit on the deck and enjoy the serenity.
Lara is a member of the Australian Veterinary Chiropractic Association. To be eligible for full membership a practitioner must have completed a 2 year Graduate Diploma in Animal Chiropractic following a Veterinary or Chiropractic degree.
Chiropractic is a drug-free natural approach to musculoskeletal management and optimum wellbeing. Chiropractors identify dysfunctional vertebrae and joints which aren’t moving properly. These areas of dysfunction stress adjacent soft tissues and irritate spinal nerves.
Manipulations are applied by hand or instrument in the case of dogs. There is no yanking or jerking of limbs. In addition many adjunctive procedures including laser, stretching and soft tissue procedures such as trigger point therapy, myofascial releases and massage may be used.
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The musculoskeletal and neurological systems in horses and dogs are very similar to that of humans. Any sudden traumatic or ongoing repetitive stress placed on these systems can result in functional problems and symptoms in much the same way as humans.
Travelling from Huskisson – drive along Wollamia Road and take the first road on the left after the village houses.
Travelling from Jervis Bay Rd – drive about 5km along Wollamia Road and take the first road on the right after Paper Bark Camp (on the left)
The clinic is about 800 meters along Willowford Rd on the right- look out for the sign.
Consultations as by Appointment Only
Equine chiropractic consultations available in the following areas:
Nowra, Milton/Ulladulla, Berry, Kiama, Kangaroo Valley, Sussex, Kembla, Albion Park, Gerringong, Wollongong and Helensburg.
Small group consultations available in other areas.
Canine consultations are conducted at Woollamia (near Huskisson)
For an appointment call Lara on 0400 805 543