At Our University District Office, You’ll Get That “Comfort Commitment”
We offer our comfort commitment. Our team understands how important it is for you to feel welcome and comfortable when visiting a new health care office. We are committed to create a warm and inviting experience while you are under our care. That’s why we offer you our “Comfort Commitment.”
We are committed to do everything possible to create a warm, inviting and comfortable experience for you while you’re under our care and guidance. If for any reason you don’t feel comfortable, please let us know. We’ll do our best to take care of you.
Your First Visit to Discover Health Chiropractic
When you arrive for your first appointment, here’s what happens. We’ll perform a complete chiropractic and NUCCA specific examination, including your history. Your posture, leg length and other precise measurements are a few of the determining factors to see if you have a misalignment. Then we take very precise low exposure x-rays of the upper neck. She will carefully analyze these to determine your unique spinal imbalance and tailor an individualized adjustment to correct it. You will not be adjusted on your first visit. Dr. Plancich will take time to review your x-rays and exam results, and prepare a report for you, to be gone over on your second visit.
Your Second Visit to Discover Health Chiropractic
On your second visit to the office, Dr. Plancich will go over your Report of Findings, which will detail the results of the exam and x-rays that were done on your first visit. Then she will give you your first adjustment. She will adjust the misalignment with a feather-light touch, right behind the ear. Some patients hardly feel a thing; the adjustment is that soft and gentle. Almost immediately the muscles begin to relax, circulation is increased, nervous system communication is restored and the body’s process of self healing can begin.
We’ll describe to you what’s going on with the misalignment, what’s stressing the nerves and how this misalignment causes the rest of the body to compensate and work extra hard just to stay upright. We’ll also discuss a program of care to help you regain your health and spinal well being.