We understand that in today’s world you have many options for your health care needs, so we encourage you to read a few of our patients’ reviews, check out our approach, and then get in touch with us for more information. Often, our practice is the last stop for patients who haven’t found answers at any other physicians’ office. You can feel confident that we’ve put in the hard work over the years to help get excellent results as we support you through your healthcare journey.
Your First 2 Visits
Visit #1: Examination and Treatment
We find that most patients want relief when they come in, so we make sure we treat all our patients on their initial visit. The first visit will take about an hour, where we’ll gather information to determine our course of action. You’ll receive an examination and AMIT testing as well as treatment on your first visit.
Visit #2: Examination, Report of Information and Treatment
The second visit gives us time to coordinate your exam information, finish the AMIT examination, and provide treatment. We’ll also review your findings to discuss options for recovery from your problem.
An important component to getting you to recovery and getting healthy again is for us to have a full understanding of your body and its compensations or how you got to your current condition. Sometimes that happens with an acute injury or accident, but it can also occur over months or years as your body adapts to past unresolved issues, occupational demands, and life in general.
We look at the entire body to determine what’s working and what’s not working. We feel our assessment system is more complete than most offices as we combine the best from chiropractic, rehabilitation exercises, and sports medicine in our goal to achieve an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan.
Follow Up Visits
We offer 3 types of office visits:
- AMIT Muscle Activation Visit
- Chiropractic Adjustment (comprehensive visit)
- Chiropractic Adjustment (tune-up visit)
Other office visits are scheduled directly by the Physicians and therapists:
- FSM and Laser for soft tissue injuries
- Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)
If a patient requires imaging (x-rays, MRI, CT scans) to accurately diagnose their condition, we refer to a local medical radiology group located within 1 mile of our office for these services. This gives you the information you need with confidence and benefit of a professional report from a board-certified radiologist and you retain a digital record of the images.