Many people are often overwhelmed, and maybe even nervous, when visiting a doctor for the first time. Paperwork needs to be completed, an honest discussion needs to be had, and a diagnosis will follow. What you will find once visiting our office is that the stigma of a doctor is no where to be found. You will be welcomed with a warm greeting, you can complete the paperwork in the comfort of your own home (CLICK HERE), and we will simply have a conversation on strategies that will contribute to the quality of your life. We have been in existence for many years in our beautiful community and after working with 1,000’s of people, we are confident that your experience in our office will be like nothing that has ever taken place in your life. We have patients who frequently visit the practice because, “It just feels so right!” Therefore, we encourage you NOT to feel overwhelmed and NOT to be afraid, because the relationship that you establish with Sandoz Chiropractic will be long lasting and provide you with everything you need when it comes to your health. With this being said, we want to make sure that you know EXACTLY what to expect so we have decided to go into greater detail below:
The first visit takes approximately 1 1/2 to 2 hours. During this visit Dr. Sandoz will do a comprehensive exam, take a series of x-rays and then do an adjustment.
Follow-up visits take about 1 hour. The amount of follow-up treatments required vary depending on the problem the patient has and the amount of time they have suffered from it. Some patients respond after one treatment but most patients will need 5 to 10 treatments. Dr.Sandoz will be able to tell the patient approximately how many treatments they will need once the treatment begins.
To help to hold the adjustment and heal faster it is important that the patient follows some instructions.
The most important of these are:
- Do not sleep on your stomach.
- Do not cradle the phone between your head and shoulder.
- Do not carry your bag on one shoulder.
Dr. Sandoz can put you back into the correct alignment but it takes two working together to help the body heal in the correct position.