Dr Michael Crane
Michael is the lead practitioner at Deepdene. He studied Chiropractic at RMIT in Melbourne, and graduated from this 5-year double degree in 1996.
After completing his education, Michael immediately began practising as a chiropractor in the inner eastern suburb of Hawthorn.
As a dedicated health care professional, Dr. Crane prides himself on offering a clinically effective, time and cost-effective service. Michael also believes in being kind and respectful to everyone. This approach has been his driver for success, and is the reason he has accrued a significant long term, and loyal patient base.
In 1999, Michael completed postgraduate studies in Sports Chiropractic. This has enabled him to successfully deal with a broader range of injuries from a variety of sporting codes.
In late 2019, after 23 years of practising as a chiropractor in Hawthorn, he relocated to the current Deepdene clinic.
What’s the Role of a Chiropractor?
Chiropractors are structural specialists of the spinal column. They recognise the value of a healthy spinal column and nervous system in enhancing our physical health. As well as recognising the importance of having healthy posture.
Are Chiropractors registered?
All Chiropractors must be registered AHPRA. AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency) is the governing body for all practitioners practicing in Australia.
What training do Chiropractors have?
Chiropractors graduate from a 5-year university course. Their studies include anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, physics, neurology, orthopaedics, radiology and biomechanics.
What are the common conditions that Chiropractors treat?
- Headache & Migraine
- Neck pain &/or stiffness
- Radiating pain, numbness or pins & needles into one or both arms or legs
- Mid-back / Shoulder blades pain &/or stiffness
- Low back pain &/or stiffness
- Disc injuries of the neck or low back
- Fascial pain
- Jaw dysfunction: pain, locking or clicking
- Postural problems such as scoliosis, rounded shoulders, sway low back