Isaac Searant
BSc. Chiro | M. Chiro 

Isaac is an Australian based health practitioner registered as a Chiropractor.

Isaac completed a Bachelor of Chiropractic Science and Master of Chiropractic at Macquarie University, and is currently enrolled in a Master of Research. His research aims to understand the clinical decisions health practitioners make about diagnostic imaging, and how this effects the management of people with spinal pain.

His clinical interests include persistent spinal pain (neck and back) and sporting injuries. However, regardless of the condition, his goal as a chiropractor is to work collaboratively with patients.

Isaac utilises evidenced-based treatments to help clients regain strength, improve function, and reduce pain so they can return to their meaningful activities.

Meet your Chiropractor

Isaac Searant
BSc. Chiro | M.Chiro 

Isaac has a competitive sporting background, being a previous state champion and record holder in Olympic weightlifting.

Outside of the clinic he also enjoys surfing, skateboarding, and playing chess.

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What to Expect on Your First Visit

The purpose of the initial consultation is to determine whether you are in the right place. I will talk to you, examine you thoroughly, review any images or medical results, and give you an honest impression. 

what will happen on your first visit?

To ensure the best possible care, I need to understand you medical and health history. The initial consultation usually takes between 45 to 75 minutes, depending on the complexity of your case.

This includes a thorough history, appropriate physical examination, review of imaging results and and explanation of our findings. Whilst a physical examination is very important, your modesty will be preserved at all times and gowns are provided. 

do you need x-rays?

It is encouraged to bring all previous imaging results you have obtained over the course of your life. This can be valuable information. If appropriate, can refer out for further imaging. have trusted relationships with many radiology practices. 

The cost of plain film X-rays are largely covered by Medicare, with only a small out-of-pocket expense. MRI scans are not claimable under Medicare, however, most private radiology practices have very competitive rates and can generally accommodate our patients on short notice. 

do you need a referral?

While many patients present with a referral from their general practitioner, it is certainly not  necessary. I have trusted relationships with many general practitioners and other allied health practitioners, and I believe collaboration (where appropriate) ensures to best possible care. 

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