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Straighten Up New Zealand!

Straighten Up New Zealand is an easy and enjoyable every-day programme to improve spinal health and posture .

Consisting of a set of simple exercises and taking just three minutes to complete, Straighten Up New Zealand will help improve posture, stabilise core muscle groups, enhance health and prevent spinal disability.

The exercises can be undertaken by kiwi’s of all ages with a special programme tailored for children.  Click here for more information for the whole family: Straighten Up New Zealand

Interested in chiropractic as a career?

The New Zealand College of Chiropractic was founded in 1994 and has enjoyed tremendous growth throughout its history. We have a state of the art facility that creates an optimal learning environment for our students. Our College is renowned worldwide for ground breaking research that is vitalistic and subluxation based, and for its teaching from an international faculty that engages students in active learning. Our clinics prepare students with hands-on learning, exposure to essential techniques and a high level of real patient experiences so that all graduates are ready to be successful in their career as a doctor of chiropractic. Students are coming from all over the world to participate in our inspired curriculum.

The NZCA is the official New Zealand association for chiropractors with the purpose of promoting the benefits of chiropractic care and providing support for both chiropractors and chiropractic patients.

Our key aim is to maintain professional standards and liaise with various government and health bodies, including ACC, and to be a professional voice for chiropractic.

The NZ Chiropractic Board is the regulatory authority established by the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2003 to regulate the profession of chiropractic in New Zealand.  The principle purpose of this Act is to protect the health and safety of members of the public by providing for mechanisms to ensure that health practitioners are competent and fit to practise their professions.

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