When you are looking for a chiropractor, there are a few things that you should be asking in order to figure out whether or not it will be a good fit. Similar to how you choose your dentist or general practitioner, you want to be sure that you pick the right chiropractor for you. Don't forget, WE work for YOU. There are a few ways that you can narrow down your search, especially once you meet your potential chiropractor.
Questions to ask a chiropractor
- Ask About Chiropractic Techniques. In any given local area, the chiropractors around town could use completely different techniques or methods to adjust your spine. It’s important to ask each chiropractor about their technique they use and why they believe in it. Some doctors use very physical and forceful methods to adjust. Other's, like myself, do NOT twist, crack, or pop you at all. Learning more about a chiropractor's technique will help you narrow down your search.
- Ask About Any Tools or Instruments. Similar to techniques, some chiropractors use only their hands, instruments, or a mixture of the two for the chiropractic adjustment. When you first meet a chiropractor, they should break down the process of your first visit and what to expect in the future.
- Ask About the Chiropractor’s Experience. Before finalizing your decision on which chiropractic office to use for your personal treatment, ask about your chiropractor’s experience. Have they treated your condition before? What are previous clients saying about their care? Don’t be afraid to ask around about their practice. Google their practice and search common "review" sites such as : Yelp, Wellness or Healthgrades.
Becoming more educated about your chiropractor before receiving treatment is always a wise decision. It’s very similar to how you would choose any other service in the medical field.
If you have any questions about finding the right chiropractor for you, feel free to contact Results Chiropractic Center.