New patients receive a case history to discuss their problem and decide if chiropractic can help. If their problem appears to be a chiropractic problem, the doctor will then perform a thorough physical exam. The exam utilizes the latest orthopedic and neurological testing as well as, range of motion studies, and both static and motion palpation. At times x-rays are needed to help pin point the problem. After the doctor has had time to study the situation he will generally start care with a chiropractic adjustment. In many cases this is followed by therapy. As the condition allows, the patient may also receive rehabilitative (stretching and strengthening) exercises. In almost all cases, rehabilitation exercises work, in perfect conjunction, with the chiropractic adjustment, for long term and sustained results.
Pictured are the exam and radiology suite, doctor's office and therapy/rehabilitation area.