Going to the chiropractor can seem daunting if you don’t know what happens on the table. There’s no need to worry, because many chiropractors follow a similar set of steps when examining a new patient. Here are a few things you can expect during a chiropractor appointment.

Your Chiropractor Listens

One of the first steps many chiropractors will take is to sit with patients and discuss their needs. So, this might be in the form of an intake appointment dedicated solely to looking over your issues. It might be a form and a conversation. But whatever this step looks like, all chiropractors should be listening before working on your body.

Alignment Work

Many chiropractors will first assess your spine and any other problem areas you have. This means they’ll take their time to understand your issues and read your body for clues as to what they can do to help. They may focus on certain problem areas or take a holistic approach and look at your entire body.

Treating Problem Areas

There are many people who visit a chiropractor for relatively minor problem areas. If this is the case for you, you and your chiropractor can work through what those areas are. This might include making a comprehensive treatment plan. 

Creating a Treatment Plan

Any chiropractor who wants to really help will create a treatment plan for their patients. This could include future appointments and visits. But it could also include suggestions about lifestyle changes and other tips. These suggestions are all formulated when your chiropractor reads those clues that your body is giving.

My Hope Health Is Here for Your Chiropractor Needs

If you suffer from chronic pain and don’t know where to turn, My Hope Health wants to help. Our team specializes in helping use chiropractic treatment for chronic pain, sports injuries, car accident injuries, and more. Schedule an appointment today. We’d love to discuss your options with you and get you on the road to better health.

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