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What to Expect at Your First Visit


When you first come to our office, you will be expected to fill out paperwork.  It is much easier if you can fill it ahead online prior to your visit to save time.  If you cannot fill it out online prior to your visit we recommend you come in 20-30 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time. 


Then you have a thorough examination performed including all medical history, family history and diagnotic testing.  At that time you will be able to ask any questions or concerns you may have.  Based on all of this the doctor will determine what is going on with you and if you are safe to treat, and if you are then he will do so at that time.  If the doctor feels more tests are needed prior to your treatment you will then have to go get any images or testing done first.  The doctor will describe in depth what your condition is and what his treatment plan is for you. 


​Do you just treat backs and necks?
No. We treat a variety of musculoskeletal injuries with various types of treatment options.  With the doctors extensive education and background with chiropractic and athletic training, we can treat many conditions.  See below for examples.  If you have any question on whether we can help, just give us a call at the office and we would be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.


Spine Conditions:

-torticollis, cervcial radiculopathy, lumbar radiculapathy, neck pain, disc herniations fo the low back and neck, mechanical spine pain, rib joint pain and dysfunction, thoracic outlet syndrome, tension headaches, cerviogenic headaches, cluster headaches, migrane headaches, spinal stenosis, facet syndrome, fiscogenic low back pain, stable scoliosis, sacroiliac and facet dysfunction, sciatica


Sports Injuries:

-shoulder injuries, tennis and golfer's elbow, patellar tendonopathy, shin splits, achilles tendopathy, ITB syndrome, groin strains, hamstring/quad strains, ankle sprains/injuries, foot injuries,knee injuries, elbow injuries, wrist injuries, hand injuries, plantar fascilitis, carpal tunnel syndromes.





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