About Chiropractor Dr Christie Tsang
With an inherent passion for helping people and for all things health and fitness related, Christie decided to pursue her studies in chiropractic following an initial career path in the corporate sector. She is a member of the Australian Chiropractors Association and has completed both the Bachelor of Chiropractic Science & Master of Chiropractic programs at Macquarie University.
Growing up, Christie was an avid cross country runner and later discovered her love for powerlifting and high intensity interval training in high school when she underwent the Duke of Edinburgh awards. Her desire to try an endless list of sports and exercises has taught and continues to teach her about the complexities of human biomechanics.
Christie enjoys treating a range of musculoskeletal issues and provides a tailored approach to care by utilising a range of treatment modalities including soft tissue work, joint mobilisations, adjustments, exercise rehabilitation & patient education.
Christie treats adults of all ages and can speak conversational Cantonese.
What Christie treats
Christie treats all biomechanical issues in the body including but not limited to:
- Neck Pain
- Shoulder Injuries
- Elbow and Wrist Joint Discomfort
- Lower Back Pain
- Hip Pain
- Knee and Ankle Sprains/ Strains, and
- Foot Pain
Chiropractor Dr Christie Tsang is available for appointments:
- Monday 2pm – 8pm
- Tuesday 8am – 2pm
- Friday 2pm – 8pm
- Saturday 8am – 2pm, and
- Sunday 2pm – 8pm
What to expect at your first appointment
Your first Chiropractic appointment will be about 45 minutes long. Christie will ask many questions about your medical history, with an emphasis on your medical history relevant to your pain and/or injury. She will then undertake a series of movement-based tests to determine the underlying causes and contributing factors of your pain/ concern (ie. the diagnosis). These tests may include a full spinal examination, postural assessment, orthopaedic testing, muscle testing, and neurological testing. If required, Christie may refer you for x-rays or an MRI, however this is not always required to provide a diagnosis and commence treatment.
Patients are typically provided treatment in their first visit, unless it is determined that it is un-safe to do so (eg. Christie requires the outcome of an MRI prior to proceeding with treatment).
Return and ongoing visits are usually 15-20 minutes long and offer treatment & periodic comparative assessments to work towards your goals.
How to make an appointment
To get started, give clinic reception a call on (02) 9878 5021. The clinic is open 8am to 8pm, 7 days.