15 min

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These shorter appointments are scheduled for non-complex cases where a simple review of progress & treatment is provided. This appointment type is most appropriate as supportive care between assessments of a pre-existing complaint, where an exercise prescription & review is not required.

30 min

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Reassess & Reprogram

These appointments are for any time there is an expected change in your clinical management plan, which may include; a re-assessment & progression of your current care plan or the presentation of a new complaint or injury.

45 min

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Extended Consultation

These appointment types are reserved for more complex presentations such as vertigo or balance disorders, complaints across multiple body regions (i.e. shoulder & hip) or a gym programming assessment & prescription (i.e. strength & performance assessment).

60 min

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Initial Consultation

This appointment type is reserved for our first meeting and is applicable for all new patients to our practice.



In person treatment with

Dr. Steven Hewitt and Claudia Stone 

In person treatment with

Dr. Steven Hewitt and Claudia Stone 

*Please note, new clients must book the 60 minute appointment and clients who have not visited the clinic in 3-6 months are required to book a 45 minute appointment.

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Elevate Healthcare, Mt. Eliza Chiropractic

Chiropractors are primary contact practitioners, they focus on treating the spine by using their hands to examine and treat health conditions related to the bones, muscles and joints (musculoskeletal problems).  Chiropractors are trained to recommend exercises to treat and rehabilitate health conditions related to the bones, muscles and joints, as well as to provide nutritional, dietary and lifestyle advice.

Elevate Healthcare, Mt. Eliza Chiropractic, Exercise Therapy
Exercise Therapy

Rehabilitation exercises are a non-invasive therapy that focus on optimising movement by restoring muscular balance across a given joint or body region.

We often consider our exercise prescriptions as either 'Re-program' or 'Re-load' phases.

A 'Re-program' phase refers to a series of movement based exercises designed to restore optimal control of movement.
A 'Re-load' phase refers to resistance based training to challenge the capacity of the tissues once they have sufficient control to accept additional loads. These phases strengthen your body & build physical resilience.

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Remedial Massage​

Remedial massage is a form of manual therapy that relies on a combination

of hands-on techniques such as deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, dry-needling, myofascial release, stretching & corrective exercises for the assessment and treatment of soft-tissue injuries.



In person treatment with

Dr. Steven Hewitt and Claudia Stone 


At Elevate Health, human movement inspires us.


We believe that freedom of movement of the human body is a core component of a healthy and productive life.


We consider the whole person to be far more than the sum of their respective ‘parts’, and value the concept of ‘Regional Interdependence’ (how one area of the body may affect another) in our clinical decision-making.


We empower people to lead active, healthier lives by providing meaningful assessments and interventions that are designed to improve movement; decrease pain; reduce injury risk, and enhance quality of life.


Let us guide you back to doing the things you love to do.



We value the concept of 'Regional Interdependence'.

Regional interdependence refers to the concept that different body regions can, and do, affect one another. In other words, movement impairments in one area of the body may create secondary dysfunction in other areas of the body.

Your body is an interconnected masterpiece and focusing too heavily on a particular area in isolation may not always yield the best results, in fact, sometimes it makes more sense to avoid working on the painful area at all.

Our preference is to assess overall patterns of movement, in conjunction with more localised regional assessments, in order to make rational decisions about your management.

To this end, we value quality of movement and how well you are functioning, over and above how well you are feeling.

This is not because we don't care how you feel, but rather, because the way you feel isn't necessarily reflective of how well you are functioning, nor is it indicative of the your risk of future injury.

We know that if you are moving well and functioning well, you are more likely to feel great and less likely to develop injury - which we care a great deal about.

There is a lot more information contained in our resources section, please explore this section and search for any particular injury or body region you have an interest in for more detailed information.