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Your First Visit

 

Get knowledge of the spine, for this is the requisite for many diseases.  -Hippocrates

 

Dr. Jason

We know you will feel comfortable and at ease on your first visit. Our team will assist you with completing some important paperwork to help us serve you best.  The first step is your PRE-SCREENING  with the doctor to determine if chiropractic is right for you.  The PRE-SCREENING takes a few minutes.  We feel this is the best way to determine if chiropractic can make a difference for you. If we can, the next step is a thorough EXAMINATION.  This may include taking a full history of the problem, orthopedic and/or neurological testing, spinal ranges of motion, nervous system scans, x-rays, and/or our advanced technology for detecting posture problems. Before we begin your complete chiropractic examination, you will know exactly which tests you need as well as any financial investment for your exam.  You should expect your first visit to run approximately 45 minutes.

Once your thorough examination is complete, you will schedule your second appointment, your DOCTOR'S REPORT.  This will be your most important appointment in our office.  At this appointment you will learn if we believe the problem is due to subluxation, if we can help, how long this will take and any investment you might need to make for this healing process, as well as insurance contribution.  We will review the findings of your examination and your x-rays during this report.  You will have all of the information necessary to make a well informed decision for your health.  We are part of your healthcare team.  If you have a question, just ask.

 

From my very first visit…I sensed that this was not business as usual.  I was greeted warmly and compassionately by Drs. Jason and Kate,   as well as by their proficient office staff... The friendly, caring,  and peaceful demeanor of everyone created a very relaxing and   peaceful atmosphere.  
 
My initial appointment was quite comprehensive with a quick study on “subluxation”;  diagnostic assessments that included a spinal scan, x-rays, and spinal examination...
-Cathy