On Your First Visit

If you haven't already done so, you will fill out a New Patient Packet (which can be downloaded and filled out prior to your visit  here  ), and if paying with insurance, we will make a copy of your driver's license and insurance card.  You will also complete the first side of the Treatment and Progress Note provided at the front desk.  Please complete all forms to the best of your ability. 

The doctor will then take you back to perform an exam that focuses on various musculoskeletal issues and review forms from the New Patient Packet to gather all pertinient information.  He will discuss findings and other factors with you to decide how best to proceed with your care.  He will also educate you as to why/how you may be suffering certain conditions and how best to correct/prevent them.  Please feel free to ask any questions you may have concerning your conditions or your care.

If X-rays are deemed necessary, you will be referred to either your primary care physician, or down the hall (Ste 102) to  obtain them. The Dr. will then review them with you to decide how best to proceed with your care.  If you already have recent imaging, to include X-rays, CT scans, or MRI scans please bring them with you to your intial visit as this can only give the Dr. a more clear picture of your condition and how to better serve you.
Once all information has been reviewed and discussed, a further evaluation and adjustment may then be performed.  Dr. Bennett will educate you through this process as to the how and the why, to possibly alleviate any insecurities you might have regarding the treatment.  Dr. Bennett may also include a few instructions to aid you on your way to better health.
Once all this is done, we will schedule you for your next treatment, and you will be on your way to better health, armed with the knowledge to maintain and prevent, and the body's natural ability to heal without unnecessary drugs and surgery.

"Doctors of Chiropractic are physicians who consider man as an integrated being and give special attention to the physiological and biochemical aspects including structural, spinal, musculoskeletal, neurological, vascular, psychological, nutritional, visceral, emotional and environmental relationships" - ACA

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