Our Chiropractors are spinal health and wellness experts. We use up-to-date techniques and research to achieve the best results for you. Our goal is to find the cause of your problems and help you achieve optimal health and wellbeing.
Stages and frequency of care vary from individual. From proactive and preventative care to pain relief and functional restoration, we’ll find the right treatment tailored to suit you. We provide treatment for:
We recommend Massage as part of your complete Chiropractic Care experience. Chiropractic focuses on communication between the spine, nervous system and body. While Massage focuses on the soft tissue of the body such as the muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia. Body alignment, balance and function are then majorly enhanced.
We have male and female Massage therapists at our clinic in Bendigo. The predominant types of Massage available at Global Chiropractic include:
Our community is unnecessarily sick and suffering as a result of living an ever-increasing stressful lifestyle, as well as being misinformed about how to achieve true health.
We are passionate about inspiring and empowering families and individuals of our community that their body CAN thrive and express its full health potential naturally through lifetime Chiropractic Care
Dr Deanne Esposito
With a double degree in Bachelor of Applied Science and Bachelor of Chiropractic Science from RMIT in Melbourne, Dr Deanne Esposito is a cutting-edge Chiropractor. Deanne is passionate about providing safe and effective Chiropractic Care to families and individuals in her community.
Having grown up in Bendigo, Dr Deanne opened Global Chiropractic in 2004 with her husband Aidan. Providing a welcoming, relaxed, family-friendly practice where children and adults can come to transform their health and thrive in life.
Alongside assisting with lower back and pelvic pain (see blog post here), it is suggested that Chiropractic Care can also help women in achieving a natural birth process with more ease. Chiropractic Care allows the ligaments around the uterus to be more relaxed and balanced, thus allowing the baby more space to move about in…
Around two-thirds of pregnant women experience lower back and/or pelvic pain during their pregnancy, tending to occur more often in the later months of pregnancy. If the mother has a history of pain before or during previous pregnancies they are often more susceptible. About half of these women don’t receive help or advice for their…
Any parent who has had a newborn that suffers from colic will tell you how heartbreaking (and frustrating) it is to see your child in pain and be unable to soothe him or her. While colic affects an estimated 20-25 percent of infants, experts aren’t entirely sure of the root cause. However, families have found…