A repetitive motion injury (or overuse injury) involves doing an action over and over again, as with a baseball pitcher throwing a baseball, a tennis player hitting a tennis ball, typing at a comp ...View Article
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Patients typically visit a chiropractor for the first time through a personal reference or a referral of another health care specialist. The main goal of the first visit is to verify we can help you relieve and or correct the condition you present. Once we know you are a patient that can "get better" we'll proceed with the following:
In preparation for your consultation with the chiropractor, you will be asked to provide background information about your symptoms and condition. Types of questions the chiropractor might ask include:
You will also usually be asked to provide the chiropractor with information on family medical history, any pre-existing medical conditions or prior injuries, and previous and current health providers and treatments.
Once the history has been completed, your Doctor will perform a thorough chiropractic examination. In addition to general tests such as blood pressure, pulse, respiration, and reflexes, the chiropractic examination will include specific orthopedic and neurological tests to assess:
Based on the above examination procedures, further tests may be necessary to arrive at the assessment or diagnosis of the affected area (such as moving your leg in a specified manner, posture analysis, MRI, Nerve Conduction Testing ).
It's important to treat a patient when we know what is causing your condition. However, we offer emergency relief to easy immediate symptoms on the first visit if required.