Hawthorne Chiropractic is less than 10 minutes drive from Murarrie, and many residents make the short trip to our practice to see our experienced chiropractor, Nicholas Armitage. In fact, many come from far and wide to see him!
Nicholas Armitage, Chiropractor
Nicholas grew up in Brisbane and knows the Murarrie area well.
In his early 20s, Nicholas set off to the US to become a Chiropractor. He studied for 5 years at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, and gained his Chiropractic qualifications. After that he worked for a year in Chicago, Illinois, before returning to Brisbane, where he opened Hawthorne Chiropractic in 2002.
Nicholas is a trusted Chiropractor, having seen thousands of clients over 14 years from all over Brisbane.
How can Chiropractic help?
Nicholas uses proven chiropractic techniques to correct areas of your body that have become troublesome or dysfunctional and cause pain.
Chiropractic can reduce pain, increase range of motion and prevent further injury.
At Hawthorne Chiropractic, Nicholas and our friendly staff understand that some people may be apprehensive about starting chiropractic treatment because of a fear of the unknown. We work to create an open, relaxed environment and do our best to make you feel at ease and right at home before your adjustments.
In fact, our unique open-plan space means that you can see (if you wish) others receiving adjustments. You’ll often hear someone chatting away to Nicholas, and then see them stand up with a big smile on their face after a great adjustment. There’s no closed-door, back-room vibe, and we find that our transparent approach to Chiropractic helps new clients settle in.
Often people let symptoms persist for far too long before taking action, and only do so when they are forced to—either by their body, or a loving partner or family member. The sooner you acknowledge your symptoms and take action, the quicker the issue can be resolved. The longer you leave it, the more likely the symptoms are to worsen or even cause further complications.
Take positive action – call us on (07) 3899 4899—or email and join your fellow residents of Murarrie.