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Making an Appointment
There are 3 different ways to make an appointment with us.
Scheduling is easy because our hours are incredibly flexible. We will always find a time that works for you.
If you have questions, please do not hesitate to call or email!
First Appointment (Auto/Work Comp/Personal Injury included)
No matter what you've been through, we're here to help.
The first step in the process is filling out your intake paperwork. We have the intake form for each doctor available for you to download and print if you'd like to fill it out before your appointment to save time: Life Intake Form and Vitality Intake Form.
Before beginning the exam, you will have a brief consultation with the doctor. This consultation is to inform the doctor of your health concerns and goals. It is important to us that you and the doctor are on the same page before we start care.
There are a few different components to our exams that altogether, provide an excellent synopsis of where you are at in your health journey.
We do two types of scans along your spine: thermal and electrical. These scans help us locate problem areas that correlate with symptoms you may be experiencing. We'll also do a posture analysis because most people in today's world have less-than-ideal posture that can lead to other issues. We want to correct that as soon as possible.
We do have the ability to do x-rays if needed. We determine the need for these on a case by case basis.
Other parts of the exam include a range of motion test to gauge how well your body is moving as well as a complete spinal palpation.
Due to the fact that all insurance plans are dependent on the individual or family, we ask that you bring your insurance card with you to your first appointment. We will make a copy of your card and then call the insurance company on your behalf. As providers, we have a specific set of questions to ask your insurance representative that will give us the clearest picture of your coverage for chiropractic. We will then share that information with you at your Report of Findings appointment.
A new patient exam costs only $67 (including x-rays) and is generally not covered by insurance. This appointment tends to last an average of 40 minutes.
Report of Findings:
The Report of Findings' purpose is to provide you with a comprehensive chiropractic wellness plan based on the information that was gathered in the initial exam. This report is a fantastic way for you to visualize your "baseline" health. After 12 adjustments (generally 1 month of care) we will conduct many of the same tests we did in the first exam so that we can make sure you are moving in the right direction.