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  1. What should I expect on my first visit?
  2. How do I get started?
  3. What is an adjustment?
  4. What can a Chiropractor treat?
  5. Are these services covered by insurance?

What should I expect on my first visit?

To gain a complete picture of your overall health, regardless of the focus of the treatment, your chiropractor may ask you a series of detailed questions, something called a history. These include, but are not limited to:

  • Personal and family medical history
  • Major past illnesses
  • Surgeries/Operations
  • Current/Past medications
  • Your lifestyle (i.e. smoker?/exercise…)
  • Your occupation and leisure
  • Sleeping Habits
  • Much more depending on the circumstances


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How do I get started?

Once a course of care is determined, and the matter of informed consent has been discussed, treatment usually begins. Because of my concern for your overall well-being, many treatments may be accompanied by exercise, diet, and other healthy living suggestions to help keep you healthy and strong.

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What is an adjustment?

Chiropractic spinal manipulation (A.K.A. an adjustment) is a drug-free, non-invasive manual procedure which utilizes the highly-refined skills developed during four intensive years of chiropractic education.

  • Spinal manipulation, as practiced by trained chiropractors, is a highly controlled procedure, which rarely causes discomfort
  • A chiropractor will modify any procedure to meet the specific needs of each patient
  • Patients often note positive changes in their symptoms immediately following treatment

The main goal of the adjustment is: to treat areas of decreased movement in the joints of the body. This can include the spine and any other joint in the body. Poorly moving joints can create a reaction in surrounding tissues, such as ligaments, muscles and nerves, which may result in pain, dysfunction and muscular spasm.

  • A large majority of patients who seek chiropractic care do so for complaints of the musculoskeletal system, most often for conditions affecting the spine (i.e. low back pain)
  • Chiropractors are also highly trained in the recognition of other diseases/disorders that may fall out of their scope of practice. In this way, they diagnose and refer to another more suitable professional


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What can a Chiropractor treat?

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Are these services covered by insurance?

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