My Story

Dr Kinshuk Thakur

My Passion ->

My Passion

My interest in Chiropractic originates from my Bachelor's degree.
This first degree gave me a deep insight into the biomechanics and postural analysis.
From there, I wanted to know more about the human body and completed a Master's degree of Chiropractic.

The passion for pursuing Chiropractic piqued when I visited a Chiropractor from Palmer College of Chiropractic and got my first adjustment.
I instantly felt the relief.
I realised this was the answer I’ve been searching for.
Chiropractic may help my patients regain their spinal health and retain wellness in the long term.

Helping children with scoliosis to improve has always been my passion.
I've been working with children suffering with scoliosis and enhancing their spinal health function.
This is a significant concern for parents and their children.


Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine that may start in early childhood as a small spinal curve, then rapidly progresses during the growth spurt of adolescents.
Thus, causing breathing restrictions, or even neck and back pain.
The magnitude of the curve, and the presentation of severe pain and discomfort usually starts around the adolescents stage, despite the curve starting at an earlier age.
That is why scoliosis is most often diagnosed in adolescents.

If detected earlier in childhood, appropriate chiropractic treatment may prevent the progression of the spinal curvature, or in same case may even straighten the spine.

Parents are constantly searching for additional help to improve their children's everyday activities, such as walking straight, breathing easier, or even being pain free.
I am always searching for new information and updating my skills to best help my patients improve their function and lifestyle.


Biomechanics is an area of science concerned with the analysis of the structure and mechanics of human movement.

Biomechanics was a extensive part of my first degree, Bachelors.
My research paper on spinal biomechanics, highlights how injuries, trauma, improper ergonomics, and poor posture, may cause neuromusculoskeltal functional complaints, such as, general stiffness and loss of mobility. Additionally, mobility issues may eventually lead to pain in one or multiple regions, such as the low back, hips, knees, feet, shoulder, elbow or wrist.

Furthermore, my other research paper shows how common the lower back pain is in younger adults.
In the research, there were two distinct findings:

1) That low back pain occurs in episodes, and the pain intensity varies from time to time.
2) We also noted that external factors can intensify low back pain, such as accidents, lifting, or falls. Thus, eventually leading to severe pain due from years of multiple small incidents that were not addressed in prompt timing.

In conclusion, most lower back pain can be controlled, minimised, and even managed so it does not impact your lifestyle if the injury is attended in a timely manner.