A warm welcome is number one on our list; we know only too well that you are likely to be a little apprehensive at your first visit to a chiropractor; not knowing what to expect can often make any of us a little nervous. However, with Advanced Correction Chiropractic, your Chiropractor in Albury or Wodonga, the moment you enter our warm, friendly environment you will be made to feel entirely at ease. Our experienced team will do whatever it takes to ensure that your visit with us is a pleasant one.
When you arrive, the first thing we will do is to prepare your file and establish a detailed history of your overall health. Next, your Chiropractor will perform a thorough examination and a series of tests. Then, if necessary, your Chiropractor may also refer you for x-rays to provide more detailed information about a specific condition. Combining all this gives us a clearer picture to be able to deliver the best possible recommendations for you.
If chiropractic care is the right choice for you, your Chiropractor in Albury may give you your first adjustment right away. You can be confident that, before this happens, we will talk to you about your proposed care, the available alternatives and any potential risks associated with our recommendations. The more you understand about the chiropractic process, the better the results are likely to be. We will also talk to you about our recommendations for your follow-up appointment and future care.
On your second visit to Advanced Correction Chiropractic, your Chiropractor in Albury will discuss with you how you responded to your first adjustment, giving vital information on where you are in your healing process.
A report of findings will then be given. This gives a detailed explanation of Chiropractic care and how it is relevant to your situation. Your Chiropractor will make specific recommendations as to the most appropriate action to take in correcting your condition. You will have the opportunity to question and discuss your case and communicate your health goals so we can understand your priorities.
This stage of care is aimed at addressing your immediate concerns as quickly as possible. Frequently this is the most intensive stage of care. The focus is on joint function and seeks to control inflammation as soon as possible.
Corrective care aims to address the long-term, bad habits of your spinal movement. It can help retrain how your spine moves. It can also help prevent relapses or similar injuries later. Corrective care requires consistent, regular adjustments over weeks or months, depending on the case. At pre-determined intervals, full progress examinations take place to measure your progress.