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Welcome to Chiropractic Balance

Our Porirua and Wellington Chiropractors have experience dealing with a wide variety of health concerns. We want to get you feeling better and keep you that way. Our winning formula involves combining Chiropractic care with lifestyle support including posture, exercise, nutrition, and well-being.

Every person we see at Chiropractic Balance has a different body, and no two people are exactly the same. That’s why we start by finding out what your body’s been through, what’s happening now, and what results you are wanting. Please see our FAQ page for more information about your first visit.

We want to assist in getting you doing the things you love. Chiropractic may be able to help you function better no matter your age or level. We look forward to helping you reach your potential.

We want to get you feeling better and keep you that way. Our winning formula involves combining Chiropractic care with lifestyle support including posture, exercise, nutrition, and well-being.

Our Chiropractic Care & Recommendations

Our care and recommendations are based on the premise that:

  • The balance of your spine and nervous system is crucial to your overall health.
  • Pain and poor posture are sometimes symptoms of imbalance in the spine and nervous system (subluxation).
  • Chiropractic adjustments can improve the balance of your spine and nervous system, decrease your pain and increase your chances of better overall health, now and in the future.
  • Most people need support (Chiropractic or other bodyworkers) to keep their spine and nervous system balanced.
  • To get well and stay well, our recommendations focus on balancing four areas; Nutrition, Structure, Exercise, Well-being.

Our bodies were designed to function for a lifestyle that was 50,000 years ago. At Chiropractic Balance have developed ways to adapt how we move, eat and think in the modern world to be more congruent with these ancestral ways.

For more information about how the chiropractors at Chiropractic Balance may be able to help you live a happy, pain-free life, contact us today.

Common Symptoms Chiropractic May Help...




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Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT)

Our specialized Chiropractic technique is called SOT (Sacro-Occipital Technique), an approach that looks at your body as a whole to help you get to the cause of the problem the fastest.

We also utilise:

  • Diversified
  • Thompson
  • Activator
  • Logan Basic
  • Applied Kinesiology

If you have a particular technique that works well for your body, please let your Chiropractor know.


Patients who seek out chiropractic care do so for a variety of reasons, they are seeking help with alleviating back or leg pain caused by an injury or trauma, avoiding and reducing headaches and migraines, reducing the symptoms of carpal tunnel, and a variety of other issues.

By aligning the spine and correcting issues with posture, balance, and correcting their proprioception, which affects issues within the inner ear and affects our spatial awareness, chiropractors can help reduce joint pain and soreness in the surrounding muscle and tissue.

Because chiropractic care is non-invasive, it is often seen as a preferred alternative to medication or invasive surgery because it can help many patients find solace from their joint and muscle pain.

Chiropractic care for Wellness

Components of the Chiropractic System

Joint & Muscle
Joint & Muscle
Case Management
Case Management

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How Gratitude Can Boost Your Wellbeing And Improve Your Life

How Gratitude Can Boost YourWellbeing And Improve Your Life Gratitude is simply defined as the state of being grateful. It involves expressing thanks or appreciation for something, from a gift to life itself. It involves recognition of the positive things in your life and how they affect you. This can range from acknowledging a beautiful…

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Mindfulness Month - Week ThreeThe numerous benefits of gratitude!Gratitude is simply taking time to think about all the positive things in your life. Rather than ruminating on the negatives. It does not necessarily necessitate actually telling anyone else you are thankful for the things they have done. (although, that helps)Gratitude may be one of the most overlooked tools for increasing happiness. Various research shows it is the single most powerful method of increasing happiness. Having an attitude of gratitude doesn’t cost any money. It doesn’t take much time. But the benefits of gratitude are enormous.Watch this neat video below explain the great benefits of daily gratitude: ... See MoreSee Less
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