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Your Initial Consultation & Examination

In your consultation, we sit down with you and talk about your goals.  We listen.  We will let you know if chiropractic can help. 

In your examination, we specifically look for spinal subluxation, where the spinal bone misaligned and interferes with the vital nerve flow that control healing.  We look at your spine and posture to check for signs of imbalances.  If these signs are present, we take Digital X-rays of the areas of imbalances and calculate your exact misalignment on a computerized model.

We will let you know your severity level, how to correct the subluxations found, how long it will take, and how much it will cost.  We have affordable payment plans in case your health insurance has limited or no coverage.

Your Stabilization & Healing Phase

In  your subsequent visits, we monitor your healing and spinal stabilization.  We perform additional corrections as needed.  As your spine begins to straighten, subluxation reduces, and the brain's and body's communication restores, tissues begin to heal.  You begin to be able to do things you haven’t done in years. Your healing time will depend on the tissues damaged, and length of injury.   As your spine becomes more stabilized, your frequency of visit reduces until an optimal spinal balance is achieved.

Your First Correction

Your First correction is mostly gentle.  We use a controlled force instrument to deliver precision correction.  After the correction was made, we re-check your spine for balance.  We may re-image you to confirm proper correction.​  Many patients feel some relief during the very first correction, while some notice changes later in their care. 

Watch this video as Montel Williams received a similar spinal correction using an instrument featured on his TV's Show.

Your Maintenance Phase

Maintaining what you gained is as important as correction itself.  It is the law of nature that what you fail to maintain, you shall lose it.  Once you have reached an optimal spinal balance, we will put you on a maintenance schedule that may help reduce the chance of relapses.  Since you put considerable amount of time, energy, and money into your health, it is a good idea to maintain your investment.

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