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Your First Visit

Patient Forms

Upon entering our office, our receptionist will welcome you as a member of our family.  We will request that you complete our  patient forms located in the New Patient Center. This paperwork provides us with your health history and information on your condition.


Consultation

Next, you will have a consultation with Dr. Bridget Owens to discuss your health-related problems, concerns, and potential treatment options. This initial visit is designed for Dr. Bridget Owens to learn more about you, your condition, and  expectations to determine how chiropractic care can meet your goals.


Examination

After your consultation, Dr. Bridget Owens will perform a complete chiropractic examination testing your reflexes and flexibility.  The Insight scanning technologies will be used to measure your COREscore.  The COREscore is made up of the three most important spinal-neural tests: Thermal Scan, Surface EMG, and Pulse Wave Profiler which tells how stress is impacting your overall health and well-being.  The Thermal Scan monitors skin temperature to assess autonomic nervous system function The highly researched chiropractic Surface EMG provides accurate readings of paraspinal muscle activity and neuro-muscular energy expenditure. The Pulse Wave Profiler can be used to collect Heart Rate Variability data and monitor the balance and activity of the entire autonomic nervous system  Other standard neurological, orthopedic, postural, and physical tests will be performed as well. However, nothing will be done in our office without your consent.


Report of Findings

Once the information is collected and examinations are performed,
Dr. Bridget Owens will give you a detailed report of all findings and answer any questions including:

  1. How can you help me?
  2. How often do I need to come in?
  3. What will my treatment cost?

After reviewing your health history, goals, and examining your spine and X-rays, Dr. Bridget Owens will discuss recommendations and notify you if  your condition  requires care with other providers.  Dr. Bridget Owens  will provide the best treatment and wellness program for your needs.


Treatment

 At the conclusion of this initial appointment, you can choose to experience your first treatment. This may include spinal adjustments, physical therapy, and/or soft tissue massage.  Treatment is interactive, so  you can express concerns about the different styles of treatment anytime.


Wellness Program

Prior to leaving, the doctor will suggest a wellness program to incorporate outside of treatment.  If you are in pain when you first come into our office this may include: ice or heat application instructions, certain activities or positions to avoid, and at home exercises and/or stretches.  If you desire, our wellness team will work with you also to create healthy habits and routines for your lifestyle.  Every person is unique, therefore everyone requires a customized wellness plan.  The purpose of our wellness program is for   you to achieve good spinal alignment, have a  healthy diet, exercise, and maintain a positive mental state.

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9 am - 1 pm

3 pm - 5 pm

Tuesday:

10 am - 1 pm

3 pm - 6 pm

Wednesday:

8 am - 12 pm

2 pm - 4 pm

Thursday:

10 am- 1 pm

3 pm - 6 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonial

Review By Our Satisfied Patient

  • "Amazing! Super gentle and accommodating for me as I was petrified of chiropractors. I am so glad to be pain free!"
    Amy C. Tomah, WI

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