Our assistants will orient you to our clinic and will ask you to fill out a questionnaire to explain the nature of your visit and thus assist the chiropractor to better understand your condition.
Consultation – At the time of your interview with the chiropractor, he will go over your case history to determine the cause of your problem and review your health history.
Examination – The chiropractor will conduct a full review made up of 3 parts: chiropractic, orthopedic and neurological examination.
X-Rays – If your case requires, radiological pictures will be taken to confirm the diagnosis and thus eliminate certain pathologies.
Diagnosis – Once all tests have been completed, the chiropractor compiles all the information received, completes a diagnosis and determines a plan for the appropriate treatment recommendations (posture, ergonomics, etc.).
Report of Findings – The doctor of chiropractic will then take the time to explain the source of your problem and the solutions to remedy it quickly and efficiently. This period will also answer all questions relating to your folder and make an informed decision about care options available to you.
Treatment – Your first treatment will target the symptomatic area to relieve you. Subsequently, the approach is more comprehensive to ensure the correction of the cause.
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Leg Soreness and Pain
Sciatica is a severe pain in the leg caused by compression, irritation, or inflammation of the sciatic nerves.
Migraines / Headaches
Migraine attacks can cause significant pain for hours to days. Studies have shown over 70% of migraine sufferers experienced either ‘substantial’ or ‘noticeable’ improvement after a period of chiropractic treatment.
Arthritis / Arthrosis
Arthritis is a term often used to describe a group of more than 100 rheumatic conditions. Read the alternatives of Chiropractic treatment for Arthritis.
Sciatica is a medical condition of pain going down the leg from the lower back. This pain may go down the back, outside, or front of the leg. Typically, symptoms are only on one side of the body.