What To Expect
First, an analysis of your spine is performed. This can initially involve a case history and X-ray pictures of your spine.
Subsequent visits may include motion palpation, with the chiropractor feeling the spinal joints move as you turn and bend, neurological assessment, and functional movement assessment.
With the malposition of one or more spinal bones identified, a specific manual thrust is administered either by hand, using an instrument, or a drop table.
Step 1: New Member Application
Step 3: One-on-One Consultation
Step 5: X-Rays and Postural Exam
If we feel they are necessary, we will take x-rays, followed by a postural exam using the most recent state-of-the-art technology available. This provides an in-depth look at your spine, pelvis and muscular system, and allows us to determine what type of care is best for you.
Step 7: Report of Findings and Care Plan
After the doctor has thoroughly evaluated all of the results from your specific scientific chiropractic assessment, x-rays and postural exam, he will discuss the personalized corrective care plan that has been written for you. He will also discuss the different payment options which are offered.
Step 2: Chiropractic Office Tour
One of our staff members will take you on an educational tour of our office to you and your family will feel at home whenever you are here.
Step 4: Scientific Chiropractic Assessment
We will perform a full muscle and nervous system assessment using N.A.S.A. published SPACE certified technology. This tells us where there may be neurological interference in your spine, and the severity of it.
Step 6: Principled Doctors Report
The principled doctors report is held in a group setting. We will spend about 30 minutes educating you on how your body works, and we will discuss the three T’s of subluxation. Please bring your family, or close friend to this meeting—its very educational.