What to Expect


Chiropractic

Your First Chiropractic Visit
Set aside approximately one hour for your first visit to our office. (Future visits typically last around 10-15 minutes depending on the treatment.)  On your first visit ,you will complete a questionnaire about your current health concerns and past health. Your chiropractor will ask you about:

  • where you are having pain and for how long
  • the steps you have already taken to manage your problem
  • your health goals
  • your diet and exercise
  • your sleeping habits, daily activities and work, and stress level

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Massage Therapy

Your First Massage Visit

On your first visit, you will be asked to complete a written confidential health history form. Your therapist will perform a complete physical assessment so they can determine the best approach to your treatment. This may involve a postural assessment, range of motion testing, and palpating for pain or tenderness. This information is used to address your chief complaint and to plan the massage session. This process allows your therapist to provide a safe and effective massage therapy treatment.


All treatments will be explained to you and will proceed only with your understanding and consent.


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Reflexology / FST / TPT

Your First Visit
A reflexology session generally starts with an overview of your medical history with the reflexologist. This ensures the practitioner understands your needs and concerns and is aware of any underlying health conditions you may have.


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Naturopathy / Acupuncture / Manual Therapy

Your First Visit With Your Naturopathic Doctor
The first appointment with a naturopathic doctor is between one-and-a-half and two hours. Subsequent appointments will be from 30 to 45 minutes in length depending on your specific health concerns and the naturopathic doctor you are working with. Typically during the initial visits your naturopathic doctor will take a detailed history of your current and past health concerns, conduct a physical exam and order laboratory tests to make an assessment and diagnosis. With the patient’s input, a personalized treatment plan will be proposed to help facilitate achieving his or her health goals.



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