Chiropractor, Rochester, NY
1880 E. RIDGE ROAD SUITE 2 Irondequoit Wellness Center ROCHESTER, NY 14622
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If you are new to chiropractic, changing doctors or just returning after some time off, for whatever reason you will feel welcome from the moment you call or walk in the front door. Someone from the staff will greet you and provide you with the appropriate paperwork for you to complete. Or you may choose to access the forms here and have them completed before you come in for your initial visit. Also, on your first visit please make sure you have any relevant insurance or accident claim forms available so we can make a copy for our files. It is also important that you bring along any extra information such as X-ray or MRI reports or the films themselves. If you have any of this information it will help the doctors in constructing an appropriate care plan and schedule.

After the paperwork is completed, an exam and scan of your spine and nervous system will be conducted. These tests are preformed in order to find the root of the problem. We know where you are hurting but we want to know what exactly is causing the issue. Once the scan of your spine and nervous system are completed one of the doctors will start you on your journey to better health. Total length of your initial visit may be from 30 to 45 minutes.

During your second visit, which is typically within the next couple days, your doctor will sit down with you and review your scan, review your care plan and schedule with you. You will be given a New Patient folder with a copy of your baseline spine and nervous system scan as well as other valuable information to take home to read and review at your leisure. Then, similar to your first office visit, you will experience the highest quality chiropractic care. The second visit is a bit shorter, lasting about 20 minutes and subsequent visits after that usually last about 15 minutes, depending on the care plan.

Throughout your care, your spine and nervous system will be rescanned and compared to the previous scan and the appropriate adjustments to your spine and nervous system as well as your care plan and schedule will be made.