What to Expect on Your First Visit
You’re well on your way to leading a healthier lifestyle with Impact Chiropractic. Here is what you can expect during your first visit with us.
New Member Application
All of our new practice members at Impact Chiropractic are asked to fill out the new practice member heath application as completely as possible. This will allow us to understand any past injuries or traumas that may have led to current health conditions.
After your new practice member paperwork is completed, we will take you on an educational tour of our office. We want you to feel at home and have a better understanding of principled Chiropractic.
We will do a one-on-one consultation with you, where we will discuss your health concerns and goals as well as your past traumas and health history, so we can give you the best quality of care possible.
Specific, Scientific, Chiropractic Assessment
This is when we will do a full muscle and nervous system assessment using N.A.S.A. published and SPACE certified technology. This will allow us to not only find where the pressure in your nervous system is, but also determine the severity of it.
We will then take all necessary Chiropractic postural X-rays. This will allow us to look at your skeletal system, and determine the type of specific scientific adjustment that needs to be utilized in your unique case.
After Dr. Rachael Thompson has thoroughly evaluated your specific, scientific, Chiropractic assessment and your Chiropractic postural X-rays, she will develop a customized, corrective care plan for you.
Report of Findings
On your next visit we request you bring your loved ones with you, as we will present a report of our findings to you, which includes the analysis of your chiropractic postural X-rays, your customized, corrective care plan, and payment options.
The Road to Healing and Optimum Health
Healing is half our part and half yours. To see improvements in your health, you will need to be committed to making it to your appointments. Everyone responds to care differently. Some begin to feel better and see improvement immediately, while others may take more time. Some may initially experience some discomfort and stiffness, known as healing sensations, which is completely normal as we restore the structure of your body and your nervous system.