Clifton Hill Chiropractic

Dr Stella Parissis at Clifton Hill Chiropractic, has been providing wellness-based chiropractic care in Melbourne’s inner north for 25 years. She is passionate about providing care to communities in Clifton Hill, Fitzroy, Carlton, Collingwood, Fairfield, Alphington, Northcote, Thornbury, Brunswick and beyond.

Stella is a caring, compassionate, and friendly chiropractor. Whether you have an acute issue, or seek to maintain your body’s optimum performance, Stella will work with you to achieve your desired outcome. She will tailor a treatment plan to suit your needs, thereby allowing your body to function at its best.

She has extensive experience in the treatment of headaches, lower back pain, hip pain, sciatica, shoulder pain and jaw dysfunction. She extensive experience in a range of chiropractic methods including: Manual adjustments, Gonstead Technique, Drop-Piece methods, SOT (Sacro Occipital Technique) and Activator Methods.

Services all attract Private Health Fund rebate. We also accept claims from WorkCover, TAC, and Veterans Affairs.

Stella practices alongside like minded practitioners who all share a common goal of best patient outcomes.

Located in a modern and tranquil centre at 167 Queens Parade, Clifton Hill, appointments are available every Monday through Friday until 7:00pm, and Saturday until 2:00pm.

  • 2 Hour Parking is available in the service lane in front of the clinic making your arrival stress free. There is adequate tram and bus access to Queens Parade, making it easy to commute to our clinic.
  • We have HICAPS facilities which allow you to claim your private health rebates on the spot.

Call us today to book your next appointment.

[Chiropractic is] a health care profession concerned with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disorders of the neuromusculoskeletal system and these effects of these disorders on general health. There is an emphasis on manual techniques, including joint adjustment and/or manipulation with a particular focus on sublaxations.

World Health Organisation

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