Chiropractic Services for Back Pain & Spine Alignment
Corrective Chiropractic wants you to feel immediately at home when you walk in the door. Since Chiropractic care involves a series of visits, it is important for you to feel comfortable right from the start when visiting one of our offices. Here are things of what you expect on your first visit for chiropractic care:
Your First Visit to Corrective Chiropractic Center
You will be warmly welcomed and made to feel at home when visiting one of our offices. For many people, the first visit to a new health care provider is a step into the unfamiliar. Please allow us to give you an outline of what to expect.
- From the moment you walk into the office, you will be greeted with a smile.
- The doctor will then proceed with your consultation and examination.
We ask that you dress comfortably for the examination; we recommend that women bring a sports bra or tank top. Please bring a copy of any past CTs, MRIs, X-rays or other relevant test results.
Chiropractic Consultation & Examinations
You will meet the doctor to discuss relevant details of your health. In order for us to gather a complete picture, we may ask questions regarding previous injuries, postural habits, sports, medication usage and results, diet, repetitive stressors, etc. If we think your problem is outside of our expertise, we will let you know. Following our consultation, we will then begin our three (3) exams. These exams should take a total of 45 minutes.
- Physical Examination
- Chiropractic Examination
- X-Ray Examination (if necessary).
X-rays are sometimes needed to assess and help diagnose certain conditions. If they are necessary, we have X-ray facilities within our office to ensure that we get the best possible films in a timely manner.
After Your Exams
Following your first visit, the doctor will review your consultation to determine the health problems, recovery timeline, and cost of care (including insurance coverage). Our office manager will set up this appointment for you. We then give you a folder that includes your results. We ask that you keep this folder to hold future re-examination documents.