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Dr. Alex Hopwood

Chiropractor B.Chiro.Sc, Postural Rehabilitation and Performance Conditioning
Dr. Alex Hopwood - Health Space Clinics

Dr Alex Hopwood is a well-known Sydney chiropractor who is passionate about his work both helping clients who are experiencing back, neck and shoulder pain, and giving them the tools to avoid such problems in the future.

As well as his expertise as a chiropractor, he also practises Chiropractic BioPhysics, a highly-advanced scientific technique combining biology, physiology, physics, geometry and anatomy. It’s a modality that enriches his approach to identifying the causes of pain, discomfort, headaches, loss of mobility, nerve complications and general health problems.

He finds an increasing number of people today have issues as a result of hunching over phones, computers and tablets and he then uses CBP techniques to rehabilitate their spines and restore alignment. Many of his clients have been amazed at the results and he feels privileged to be able to help them in their journey towards optimum health.

Alex loves being part of the Health Space team in Cremorne and Potts Point, and looks forward to meeting the community and helping reach their health goals.

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