First, thank you for considering my job application! Remember that I offer a free 20-minute Consultation. This means that you can meet me in person and interview me for a position on your health care team. Please see Free Consultation for more information.
Also, please bring along copies of recent or significant lab tests, and any x-rays or other evaluations you may have of the area in question.
When you arrive, I’ll review your forms and ask a few more questions. Then we’ll begin your evaluation. The range of possible tests is enormous, so I can’t say much about it beyond this: in addition to a good chiropractic assessment, I will also be checking several other important factors. You can get a general idea of things we might be covering in the Overview – by scrolling down to the Evaluation and Treatment section.
I’ll check several things initially, and evaluate other while we go along. Once I feel we have enough information to start working I’ll give you a synopsis of my findings and impression, and ask your permission to begin.
I’ll leave enough time at the end to re-test a few things to measure improvement, show you something you can do at home to help out, and answer any questions we have time for.
I’ll also ask permission to call you at home the next day to see how you’re doing, and see if you have any questions.
Unless you’ve already purchased a package, you’ll pay before you go, and if appropriate, I’ll give you a superbill to send to your insurance.
If you’re like most clients, you will probably be feeling better by now. Depending on your situation, it could take longer. My rule of thumb is that if you haven’t experienced a good improvement after three or four visits, we have probably missed something along the way.
We can delve deeper, or I can refer you to someone I think might help. We can also keep working together while you’re getting input from other practitioners. It’s your choice. As long as I feel I can contribute something helpful, I’m open to continuing.