We are excited you are ready to take your health seriously and come in to start on a true path to wellness.  Our friendly team of trained professionals is here to help you through the process of healing.

On your first visit to the office you will fill out thorough health intake forms (or download them in advance of your visit) that will help us get a big picture of past health concerns and current ones.

You will meet with the nurse practitioner and doctor to review your health intake form and current concerns.  From there an orthopedic screening, range of motion and neurological check will be completed.  These will help us determine where there are deficits to be addressed and where there are possible subluxations.

Your chiropractic exam may require x-rays.  The x-rays reveal the degree of spinal misalignment, the phase of spinal degeneration, significant pathologies, and potential contraindications of care.   These findings together will enable us to provide you with individualized treatment and optimal results.

After the doctor has studied your health history, clinical examination and x-rays, the findings will be explained and any questions will be answered.  Once you have a clear understanding of the problems present, a customized treatment plan will be put together for you.  This may include (if appropriate) your first chiropractic adjustment as well as other services available such as active rehabiliation and pain relief options.

Because we are certified in a variety of adjusting techniques, we can choose the most effective adjustment approach to enhance your comfort and your results.  You can expect this visit to take about an hour.

On your follow up visit to the office your doctor will follow up to see how your responded to your first treatment and the full treatment plan will begin.  The recommendations will vary according to the severity of subluxations present, phase of degeneration, your age, current condition and history of spinal impacts.

Our goal is to help you reach optimal health through maximum stabilization of your spine.