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Chiropractor Pascoe Vale
Chiropractic services in Pascoe Vale by Dr Ari Diskin
Are you looking for a natural way to optimise your health? Do you want to break-free from the recurring cycles of pain, stress, fatigue, and burnout that so many people face every day? Or are you on a personal wellness journey and need some extra support to allow your energy to flow with more ease?
At Diskin Life, we support our Pascoe Vale clients to live an extraordinary life through effective, evidence-based, and natural Chiropractic care. Our whole-person approach doesn’t seek to mask a problem or provide a ‘quick-fix’. Instead, we focus on helping what you have work better and educating you with simple strategies so you can Feel Better, Be Better and Live Better.
The function and alignment of your spine and nervous system affect how you perceive the world. Chiropractic is a specialised form of healthcare that focuses on these central elements of your body, enhancing your ability to adapt to physical, chemical, mental and emotional trauma and stresses.
Network Chiropractic care is a gentle method that promotes natural healing and improved connection throughout your brain and nervous system. During the care sessions, you can expect very light contact touches along your spine and no cracking, crunching, popping, or manipulation. Network Chiropractic is powerful and suitable for people of all ages.
The Benefits of Chiropractic
Chiropractic offers a variety of physical, emotional, psychological, and lifestyle benefits. Here are just some of the key benefits experienced by our clients:
More energy and improved enjoyment of life
Greater overall general health and wellbeing
Increased self-awareness, focus and positive feelings
Reduced pain and fatigue
Fewer pain symptoms experienced
Less anxiety, anger, and moodiness
Meet Your Pascoe Vale Chiropractor
Dr Ari Diskin is a world-class Healthy Life Doctor of Chiropractic. He completed his Chiropractic training in the US and now has over 37 years of professional experience. Dr Diskin is an innovative and dynamic practitioner with a passion for wellness. He has an established reputation and utilises his 3 Step Vitality Process to help his clients near Pascoe Vale live extraordinary lives.
The 3 Steps are multi-dimensional, natural, effective, measurable, evidence-based and sustainable.
Diskin Life 3 Step Vitality Process
Step 1 is Life Assessment
First, we complete a comprehensive, whole-person examination to establish baselines and monitor progress, understanding how your body is performing and functioning beyond just how and what you feel.
Step 2 is Life Upgrade Integrative Chiropractic
Network Care Entrainments (Nerve System Adjustments) to synchronise, retrain and reprogram your nervous system, body, overall health, and life.
Step 3 is Life Momentum
Wellness education and Lifestyle Mastery Events offering practical lifestyle modification concepts and strategies to support your care and for progressive self-sustainability and resourcefulness.
Your Chiropractic Questions Answered
What is a Chiropractor?
A Chiropractor is a healthcare practitioner that specialises in the spine and nervous system. They deliver a whole person care (or holistic care) that seeks to align the body’s central nervous system to promote healing and reduce pain.
What is Network Chiropractic care?
Network care is a gentle and holistic method of Chiropractic that promotes natural healing and self-correction in the nervous system and throughout the body. The outcomes from Network Care include more energy, less stress, reduced pain, and increased quality of life.
Who can have Network Chiropractic care?
Network Chiropractic care is so gentle and powerful that it is suitable for people of all ages, from infants and children to the elderly. It is also effective for pregnant women or people who are sensitive or suffering from traumatic conditions.
Is there manipulation, cracking, popping, or crunching in Network Chiropractic?
No. You will not experience any manipulation like popping, crunching, cracking, or crunching during a Network Chiropractic care session. You should only expect light contact touches along the spine.
Do I need a GP referral to see a Chiropractor?
No. You do not require a GP referral to visit a Chiropractor. To book your appointment with Dr Ari Diskin, click here.
What conditions does a Chiropractor treat?
Many people seek Chiropractic care for the relief of neck pain, back pain, headaches, stress, anxiety, sleep issues, poor concentration, low energy, declining health, poor posture and so much more.
At Diskin Life, Chiropractors do not treat any conditions per say. Instead of focusing on particular conditions in a person as independent and isolated entities, Dr Diskin uses a broader viewing lens. Dr Ari’s whole-person (or holistic) approach looks at each person with their many interdependent therefore also interconnected systems, so all related to and potentially affecting each other. Our 3 Step Vitality Process supports the whole person, addressing their symptoms or concerns in context with their overall health condition. Above and beyond reducing pain and suffering, Network chiropractic Chiropractic can enhance overall wellbeing, allowing you to upgrade your life enjoyment and potential.
What to expect during an initial Chiropractic consultation at Diskin Life?
Your comprehensive assessment discovery process will reveal information about how your body is functioning, beyond just what and how you feel, making the invisible visible. From this assessment, we can offer quality Chiropractic care and pain relief.
We will determine the most effective path to support your health journey, enhanced by showing you how to proactively encourage sustainable change. You should allow at least two hours over two one-hour separate visits to give us the necessary time to thoroughly examine you and carefully analyse your results, so we can create a custom care plan to support your health objectives.
Where is Diskin Life located?
You can find our Melbourne Chiropractic and wellness centre conveniently located just 5 minutes from the Melbourne CBD, at 181 Victoria Parade, Fitzroy. We see patients from all across Melbourne, including many from Pascoe Vale
Start Your Journey to Feel Better, Be Better and Live Better!
Visit Our Melbourne Chiropractic Wellness Centre
Are you ready to experience a new phase of your life? One with more energy, less stress, and a better quality of life? Book your initial appointment with Dr Ari Diskin to learn more about Network Chiropractic and our 3 Step Vitality Process.
Pascoe Vale is a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 9 km (5.6 mi) north of Melbourne’s Central Business District, located within the City of Merri-bek local government area. Pascoe Vale recorded a population of 18,171 at the 2021 census.
Pascoe Vale was named after John Pascoe Fawkner’s property “Pascoeville”, which was originally a holding of 709 acres (2.87 km). The property, established in 1839, was bounded by the Moonee Ponds Creek to the west, Gaffney Street to the south, Northumberland Road to the east and Rhodes Parade to the north. John Pascoe Fawkner built a timber house overlooking the creek, in the Marie Street area of Oak Park.
Pascoe Vale Post Office opened on 25 September 1911. A Pascoe Vale West Post Office opened in 1927 and closed in 1976.
Pascoe Vale Road in the mid-19th century was originally called Sydney Road. For much of the 19th century, where a fast food chicken outlet in Pascoe Vale Road now exists, was once a Cobb & Co waystation. Ironically, during much of the 20th century, the same location was a chicken farm.
In 1841, Dr. Farquhar McCrae, a wealthy surgeon, bought land in Pascoe Vale South, where he built his house in 1842–1843. This house is now known as Wentworth House, and is the oldest known private dwelling in Victoria still standing on its original site, and the fifth oldest building in Victoria.
Several locally significant historic buildings and precincts exist within the suburb, including the Turner Street Precinct and Gavin Park and the Westbreen Creek Precinct, which contain collections of substantially intact inter-War and post-war houses constructed in the 19th century.
According to data from the 2016 census, Pascoe Vale recorded a population of 17,051 people. This is slightly more than the recorded number of residents in the 2001 Census Data, where 13,210 people were recorded as living in Pascoe Vale. The suburb has historically been less culturally diverse compared to other suburbs in Merri-bek. A lower proportion of Pascoe Vale residents were born overseas and Pascoe Vale has the highest proportion of Australian-born citizens. 58.7% of people living in Pascoe Vale speak English at home, which is lower than the metropolitan average, but higher than the average in Merri-bek. Other languages spoken at home included Italian 8.3%, Arabic 3.9%, Greek 3.8%, Mandarin 1.9%, and Urdu 1.7%.
According to the 2016 census, 62.2% of people in Pascoe Vale were born in Australia. Other countries of birth included Italy, which accounted for 4.4% of the population, followed by India 3.3%, England 1.7%, Pakistan 1.6%, and Greece 1.5%.
The most common responses for religion in Pascoe Vale were Catholic 34.1%, no religion, so described 25.4%, not stated 9.6%, Islam 7.7%, and Eastern Orthodox 6.0%. In Pascoe Vale, Christianity was the largest religious group reported overall (56.7%) (this figure excludes not stated responses).
Public transport services within Pascoe Vale include access to heavy rail, light rail and buses.
Six bus routes service Pascoe Vale:
513: Eltham station – Glenroy station via Lower Plenty. Operated by Dysons.
514: Eltham station – Glenroy station via Greensborough. Operated by Dysons.
527: Gowrie station – Northland Shopping Centre via Murray Road. Operated by Ventura Bus Lines.
542: Roxburgh Park station – Pascoe Vale station via Meadow Heights, Broadmeadows and Glenroy. Operated by Dysons.
561: Macleod – Pascoe Vale station via La Trobe University. Operated by Dysons.
Night Bus 951: Brunswick station – Glenroy station via West Coburg (operates Saturday and Sunday mornings only). Operated by Ventura Bus Lines.
Arterial cycling access is provided via the Moonee Ponds Creek Trail, Sussex Street, and Gaffney Street. In 2020, VicRoads announced a project to provide safer cycling infrastructure in Pascoe Vale, including upgrades to bicycle lanes and six intersections between Boundary Road and O’Hea Street.
Heavy rail service is accommodated by Pascoe Vale railway station, which is located on the Craigieburn line. This provides northbound access to major activity centres in Broadmeadows and Craigieburn, and southbound access to major activity centres in Essendon, North Melbourne (including rail interchange options along the Sunbury, Upfield, Werribee and Williamstown lines) and the Melbourne CBD.
Light rail service is provided via tram route , which terminates at Bell Street, Pascoe Vale South. This provides access to Brunswick West, Melbourne CBD and terminates in Toorak.
Pascoe Vale is located in the federal electorate of Wills, and is historically a safe Australian Labor Party seat. The electorate has been held by Peter Khalil since 2016.
Notably, the seat was held between 1980 and 1992 by former Prime Minister, Bob Hawke. From 1992 to 1996, the seat was held by independent Phil Cleary, who was the only non-Labor candidate to hold the electorate.
The state electorate of Pascoe Vale has been held by the ALP’s Lizzie Blandthorn since 2014, who is the goddaughter of her predecessor and former Community Services minister Christine Campbell. The seat is a safe ALP seat, having only been held by members of the ALP.
Pascoe Vale is known for its many parks and gardens, including Cole Reserve, Austin Reserve, Kelvin Thomson Reserve and Gavin Park.
The Moonee Ponds Creek is the major stormwater canal in the area and flows through several of its parks and gardens.
Managed by the City of Merri-bek, the Pascoe Vale Swimming Pool, on Prospect Street, is a popular venue during Summer.
Pascoe Vale accommodates several cafés, restaurants, bakeries and takeaway shops, which are largely located in neighbourhood centres at Pascoe Vale railway station, along Gaffney Street, Kent Road, Cumberland Road, Bell Street and Sussex Street.
Late night venues include the Pascoe Vale Hotel, Pascoe Vale RSL and District Bottle Store.
Pascoe Vale Girls’ College
Westbreen Primary School
Pascoe Vale Primary School
Pascoe Vale North Primary School
St. Oliver Plunkett Primary School
Pascoe Vale South Primary School
St Francis de Sales (Pascoe Vale Road)
Pascoe Vale Soccer Club plays in the National Premier League Victoria, which is the second tier in Australia.
Pascoe Vale Football Club, an Australian Rules football team, competes in the Essendon District Football League.
Pascoe Vale Cricket Club has been one of the more successful and enduring cricket clubs in the region, having won a number of junior and senior premierships since 1936. Its two A-Grade premierships of 1990/91 and 1991/92 were teams said to have been able to compete on a District Cricket level, such was the talent and ability in the teams, which contained district cricketers of the like of Neil Howard, Bill McGowan and Gus Gilmour.
Coburg Districts Football Club
St Andrews Cricket Club
Park Panthers Netball Club
Pascoe Vale Ice Fighters
City of Broadmeadows – Parts of Pascoe Vale were previously within this former local government area.
City of Coburg – Parts of Pascoe Vale were previously within this former local government area.