FAQ

Chiropractic: A Guide To Better Living

Chiropractic care is the art and the science of locating and correcting spinal nerve interference.  It’s a natural method of health care that focuses on treating the causes of physical problems, rather than just treating the symptoms.  Chiropractic is based on a simple but powerful premise.  With a normally functioning spine and healthy nerve system, your body is better able to heal itself and to function at optimal levels.  That’s because your spine is the lifeline of your nervous system.  A properly functioning spine and nervous system enables you to experience 100% of your health potential!

Chiropractic care a safe and affordable way to treat headaches, joint pain from arthritis, back and neck pain, reduce risk of degeneration and injury and much more. Dr. Coleman has experience treating expecting mothers, young children, teenagers, young adults and the elderly. He has worked on patients with active lifestyles (athletes, law enforcement officers…), sedentary jobs (secretaries, computer technicians…), and those that have suffered injuries (auto accident, slip and fall…). He has helped many to reach and maintain their health goals.

The Benefits of Chiropractic

Reduces soreness & pain

Reduces adhesions

Reduces recovery time

Reduces muscle spasms

Reduces change of injury

Increases circulation.

Increases removal of lactic acid

Increases delivery of oxygen and nutrients

Increases flexibility

Increases training effectiveness

Helps the body to relax, repair and prepare for the next athletic event

Questions and Answers:

What can I expect when I visit the office for the first time?

When you enter the office, you will be greeted by a friendly, courteous staff that will take your important medical information and will guide you through our office.  A thorough chiropractic, orthopedic and neurological examination will be performed to help diagnose your condition.  X-rays may be taken to help rule out aggravating factors.  If needed, other diagnostic tests may be ordered.  Once the doctor has reviewed the radiographs and their exam findings, you will be given a full report of what can be done to ensure the improvement of your condition.

What should I bring with me?

Please bring any pertinent information such as MRI reports or X-rays.

How long will the first visit take?

Your first visit takes anywhere from 1 to 1 1/2 hours.  Arriving fifteen minutes early for paperwork will help to ensure a low wait time to meet the doctor.