Our goal is to eliminate apprehension and make you feel at home. From our warm and friendly staff to our serene office environment, we want to ensure that you have an experience you will tell others about.
Our experience has shown us that one of the best ways to have successful patient relationships is to explain things in advance. No surprises! The more you understand who we are, what we do, and why we do it, the better results you’ll enjoy. It’s as simple as that.
So, check us out here. Poke around. Get to know us. Then, contact us to make an appointment so we can get to know you.
What to Expect from Your Chiropractor
With clarity comes comfort, and we want you to feel at home in our office. For details on what to expect from our office before you get here, please read on.
New Patient Forms: We ask that you complete the New Patient Forms (Click Here for Our Online Forms) prior to your appointment. This will ensure we are able to start promptly at your scheduled time and it allows you to complete them thoroughly at your convenience.
Upon entering our office, our front desk assistant will welcome you and get you acclimated to how things work in our office. She will make sure that all paperwork has been filled out and give you a tour of our office to make you feel at home.
Examination: After the doctor has discussed the examination process with you, he will start the examination. First the doctor will palpate (feel) your spine to interpret the function of your nervous system by how the spine, which completely encases the nervous system, moves. We are looking for areas of restriction or limited motion that could indicate nerve disturbance.
Once we’ve established how your spine moves, we will perform nerve efficiency and balance tests. These non-invasive and painless tests provide us a window into your nerve function. Because everything in our bodies is controlled by the nervous system, it is important to have this checked on a regular basis to determine if all the messages are being sent to your vital organs without disturbance or interference.
X-Ray Studies: If it is determined that subluxation could be present, and that it could be affecting your spine, we will utilize x-rays. These images will tell us if any damage has been done to your spine from subluxation over time, which will enable us to determine a reasonable course for care to address your given situation.
Consultation: Upon completion of your exam Dr. Nate or Dr. Cole will sit down with you and discuss your health history and any current health concerns that you may have. You will discuss not only how you feel, and how long you may have been experiencing your health problems, but more importantly what are your current health goals and how best to achieve them. Your goals are not just symptom relief but also increased energy, better sleep, better stress management, and increased overall health.
Results of Tests: After your consultation, our front desk assistant will help you schedule your results of tests appointment.
Regular Care Visit
Our office is designed to give you the ultimate healing experience while allowing you the most efficient care possible.