PHASE 1: RELIEF CARE
In this first phase of care, our two main goals are to:
- Help reduce your symptom(s)
- Restore the normal range of motion to your affected joint(s)
To begin your journey to improved function, we start with thorough assessments to understand the root cause of your concerns and condition. After the assessments are conducted, we will create an active care plan for you based upon the results of these assessments. This active care plan will be individualized to your specific needs. During this phase of care, the doctor will recommend you come in more frequently for follow up treatments to get you on the road to recovery.
PHASE 2: CORRECTIVE CARE
In order to prevent a rapid recurrence of symptoms, it is necessary to continue receiving care even though your symptoms may have improved or have gone away completely. During this phase of your care, you will not have to receive adjustments as often as you did during the first phase of care. Depending on your particular circumstances, you may begin doing exercises and stretches at our office and at home to help accelerate your healing. In this phase of care, our goal is to help identify and assist you in a variety areas such as:
- Correcting hip, gait, and foot problems
- Improving flexibility, stability, balance, and coordination
- Recovery from of work-related muscle and joint injuries
- Improving function from joint irritation and muscle tension
- Improving the ability to perform activities of daily living
Through time and repetition, chiropractic adjustments slowly create proper alignment within the spine and provide stabilization, which contributes to long term correction.
PHASE 3: WELLNESS CARE
During this phase of care, we can help you:
- Stay well
- Prevent injury
- Enhance performance
- Optimize the body’s regulatory systems
- Boost the body’s ability to self-heal.
We know that through consistent chiropractic care, you will be able to achieve ultimate health and wellness. Our goal is to ensure that you are feeling and living to your full potential.