By choosing our office, you can expect to receive the highest level of professional care, service, respect and attention. There is a very good reason for this. Our practice is mainly a "By Referral Only" practice...and that means you had to be referred by an existing patient or doctor in order to be accepted into our practice.
We do no external advertising because we want to have a very close-knit group of patients. We want to create an extremely warm "family like" environment. We welcome you to our family.
If you are interested in correcting your spinal/health problem, you will receive a detailed Chiropractic Corrective Care Plan that will describe for you in detail, the exact course of care needed to correct your spinal/health problem. Your first two visits give us all of the necessary information needed to assess the severity of your spinal/health problem. By reviewing your orthopedic, neurologic, and spinal examination findings, x-rays if needed, personal history, and first adjustment results, we will be able to determine exactly what you will need - from the number of adjustments to the exact cost. You will never be "in the dark" about any aspect of your care, or our relationship. We have one of the best equipped chiropractic offices that can handle nearly all spinal and extremity conditions. This includes spinal decompression and cold laser therapy.
What I Don't Do:
It is not my job to treat your symptoms, or relieve them. That's what medicine does. My job is to find and correct the exact spinal/health problem that is causing your symptoms. Once I do, I can correct the problem, much like orthodontic braces do for crooked teeth. But, like braces, spinal correction takes time. Imagine if you never brushed your teeth, and then decided you wanted a perfect smile. Since you probably never took care of your spine, you must be patient as healing takes time. What many of our patients notice is that once we correct the problem and restore spinal health many of their symptoms do disappear.
Chiropractic College has more hours of classroom education than medical college (4,800 hours vs. 4,667 hours); chiropractic students on average receive 200 hours more in anatomy, and 60 hours more of physiology than medical students (Alternative Therapies 1998;4(5):64-75.).
In a 2002 study, (Spine 2002; 27(3):291-298) a survey of 1,257 chiropractic patients from six locations found that overall satisfaction with care was 87%, (Ann Intern Med. 2001;135:262-268).
Not sure if chiropractic care is appropriate for you? Call to schedule a free consultation to assess your health care needs.