We know you’re the one in charge of your health and recovery. And since knowledge is power, we’re happy to answer your questions.
- One leg appears shorter than the other
- You have poor posture
- You feel stiffness in your back and neck
- You have low resistance to disease
- You have poor concentration and are often fatigued
- Your jaw clicks
- You can’t turn your head or hips to either side equally
- You can’t take a satisfying deep breath
- Your heels wear out unevenly
- You have a constant stressful feeling and tension in muscles and joints
- You have headaches, back aches, sore or tender spots in muscles or joints
- An auto or work injury
- A fall no matter how long ago
- Bad posture
- Being a couch potato!
- Using the same body position over and over at work or at play (repetitive strain injury)
- Intense emotional stress
- Chemical stress (eating a lot of junk food or taking medications)
Chiropractic care does not add anything to the body (such as medication and adverse side effects), or removes anything from the body (as in surgery). Chiropractic care gets negative media attention usually sponsored by the drug companies. There are volumes of research available to support the success that chiropractic care has had. Email us with your specific concerns.
Second, be prepared to complete a health history form. The more information we have about any accidents, injuries, symptoms, and medications, will help us determine if we can help you.
After consulting with Dr. Trosclair, it will be determined what x-rays would be necessary and the evaluation would be performed. The X-rays will provide Dr. Trosclair with the specific condition of your spine and will be used to determine if we can help you or not.
You will be scheduled to return after Dr. Trosclair performs a thorough analysis of your test results for a one-on-one report of your findings.
The first visit is the first step to getting your life back.
(Typically 12 weeks of work restrictions and bed rest.)
With spinal decompression therapy and chiropractic care most patients are able to continue working their normal hours without missing weeks of work.
Taking drugs to cover up pain or other symptoms may give the illusion of health, but often leads people to put off finding and fixing the cause of the problem and may allow a person to do physical things that might increase the injury. In addition, studies show that a high percentage of symptoms, diseases, and deaths are caused by the side effects of medication.