Going to the Chiropractor is a new experience for many of us. Maybe we've heard through a friend or have done some research online. It's possible that you are just fed up with living in pain and it's time to do something about it.


In either case, your first visit to the chiropractor will really be about getting to know the chiropractor and discussing your history, current condition and goals. 


As with any doctor's visit, you'll start by finishing some new patient paperwork. Upon meeting with the doctor, you'll discuss your concerns and expectations as well as have the chance to ask any questions you may have.


We will perform a physical examination and most likely take a few x-rays to see what your current state is. Once this is complete, we'll take a look at the overall results of our conversation and the exams. Together, we'll come up with a plan of action which will begin when you are completely satisfied and ready to move forward.

In trying to reach a justifiable and sincere prognosis (meaning what the outcome of the case will be under adjustment) five things must be considered.

1st: Age of the individual. 

2nd: Degree to which the dis-ease has progressed. 

3rd: Vitality in reserve in the patient which does the "healing" or "curing". 

4th: The ability of the chiropractor: 
a) to correctly analyze the case. 
b) to pick the major for the adjustment. 
c) to determine its correct malposition. 
d) his ability to deliver a correct adjustments 

5th: Time the patient will allow for recovery to take place.

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