clinic remains dedicated to educate and treat patients
to achieve optimum health and wellness through chiropractic,
exercise and nutrition. For over 13 years we continue
to serve to the best of our ability with only your health
and well being in mind." - Dr. Andrew Anderson
Since 1989, we have worked with thousands of people –
some with injuries, some with chronic health problems,
some with no outward symptoms but with a desire to live
an active and healthy life. Whatever brings you to our
practice; you can be sure that our physicians, instructors,
therapists and office staff will treat you with professionalism,
respect, and caring. Ultimately, the goal of our treatment
sessions is to resolve the cause of your discomfort, not
just relieve your symptoms.
mission is to facilitate healing in a caring and friendly
environment. We utilize a common sense approach in arriving
at your diagnosis, educating you about your condition,
and providing you with practical advice and customized
care. We emphasize exercise and self-treatment to speed
recovery and prevent relapse.
What Takes Place On Your
During your initial visit,
the doctor will conduct a comprehensive examination and
history. Taking a look into your lifestyle, the doctor
will assess your diet, exercise, employment, daily habits,
past injuries, and symptoms to design a treatment plan
best suited for your individual needs. In some instances,
x-rays or other diagnostic tests may be required, but
not always. Each patient has a different reason for coming
to see us, and it is our goal to not only resolve your
immediate symptoms but resolve that condition and ensure
a sense of well-being.
Treatment on the First
visit will depend upon the specifics of your condition.
Most often treatment will include therapeutic procedures
to help make you feel more comfortable, often including
spinal manipulation. The doctor will also give self-treatment
advice, which may include exercises, nutritional supplements,
and the application of ice or heat.
First visit, you and the doctor will discuss your individualized
written treatment plan. This explanation will serve as
your "map" along your "road to recovery."
The discussion will include short- and long-term goal
planning, and answers to the following four questions:
1. What's wrong?
2. How can we treat it?
3. How long will it take?
4. How much will it cost?
Various treatment options will be explained, as well as
a recommended course of care. The doctor will also explain
the "Three Types of Care" and will assist you
in choosing which type of care is right for you.