Hip or knee replacement surgeries are no longer exclusively performed on older persons and are now not uncommon procedures for many patients with persistent, significant hip or knee pain. Good out ...View Article
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Making An Appointment
Our main concern is how we can help you. The first day we focus on the patient history, figuring out how we got to the place where we’re at, and then performing the exam which consists of a physical exam and a neurological scan (link to subluxation station page). Plan on spending about 45 minutes for the exam and consult.
Please let us know if you would prefer a phone consult. Phone consults for Day 1 are very effective for many cases. Parents can easily make time without interruption in cases of children who cannot easily sit through a consultation.
After taking time to really dig in and find out what’s causing your concerns we will put a plan together to get your body out of the habit of stress and into a habit of functioning well. On this day we will let you know how long it will take, payment options, and answer any questions you may have.
Regular office visits depend on the case but will usually take between 5 and 10 minutes. There is always time to answer any questions you might have.