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What To Expect

What to Expect on your first visit to your chiropractor in Campbelltown?

Our experienced reception staff will ably assist you complete the contact information for your file. This will also include filling in a basic general health questionnaire. From there the chiropractor will complete more detailed history information in the privacy of the treatment room, followed by a thorough examination. If necessary, the Chiropractor may refer you for x-rays to provide more detailed information about a specific condition.  Combining all this information gives us a clearer picture to be able to deliver the recommendations for you.

 **If you have any previous x-rays, scans, or reports then please bring them with you for added information.

During this first visit, the chiropractor will discuss proposed treatment options, the available alternatives and any potential risks associated with our recommendations. Given a clear understanding of the complaint and the proposed chiropractic care plan, treatment recommendations may be started on this first visit.

Future Visits to the Chiropractor in Campbelltown

On your second visit to King Street Natural Health Centre, your Chiropractor in Campbelltown, we will discuss how you responded to your first treatment. Further information will be given to you about how chiropractic care is relevant to your individual situation. You will have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss your case, and we believe the more active you are in the process, the better the outcomes may be. This is a good time to communicate your health goals and understand your priorities.

Approaches to Chiropractic Care

  1. Symptomatic Care - This stage of care is aimed at addressing your immediate concerns as quickly as possible. This is usually the most intensive stage of care, and focuses on joint function and aims to control inflammation as quickly as possible.
  2. Corrective Care - Corrective care aims to address the long-term, bad habits of your musculoskeletal system. It can help retrain how your body moves. It may also help prevent relapses or similar injuries later. Corrective care may require consistent, regular treatment, education and advice over weeks or months, depending on the case. At pre-determined intervals, full progress examinations take place in order to measure your progress.
 

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