First visit form: 
You can take a look at our forms

for the first visit or even save yourself

coming 15 min early and bring them filled out.​​

Click on the individual images below to print both health forms

What to expect on your first visit: 

We want to see how your body is functioning. Remember,


Our top priority is to tap in to that potential, by restoring function and improving quality of health. We want you to feel comfortable and confident in your decision to be a part of our family of health and wellness. This is an opportunity for

you to let us know us about your concerns, wishes, and goals.

This appointment is

approximately 45 minutes.

First we will take a detailed health history to learn about you while addressing the activities and stresses that may be influencing what you are experiencing today. We view this first interaction as a time

in which both of us will become acquainted.

Chiropractic exam:

After discovering the history and progress of your injury or condition, a chiropractic exam of your presenting complaint is performed. The doctor will examine your posture, your range of motion and assess your spine for areas of dysfunction.

X-rays may be needed to assess the structural changes that have happened to your spine over time and allow us to clearly determine a proper care plan and to give us more information on what is going on with your body. If exam findings indicate that x-rays are necessary, then the required images will be taken at our onsite Ministry Approved x-ray facility.

Report and chiropractic care begins ! 
 A lengthy report of findings follows on the second visit where the patient receives a clear explanation of their diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment plan. If the doctor finds the cause of your problem to be the malfunction of one or more of your spinal bones (vertebrae), with your consent he/she will proceed with chiropractic corrective care, an adjustment. Adjustments to restore normal body function can be delivered in multiple ways depending on the needs and desire of the patient. Years of experience make this treatment virtually painless. The direction, speed, depth and angle that are used in adjustments are the result of years of experience, practice and a thorough understanding of

spinal anatomy and biomechanics.
While improving spinal biomechanics, we can reduce nerve interferences. Virtually all joints of the body can be adjusted to restore proper range of motion.

Whether you are interested in

1) merely pain relief,

2) prevention of the damaging effect of progressive osteoarthritis, or

3) spinal preservation, the doctor can help you work toward the achievement of your goals.