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| How to Choose Your Chiropractor
|In moderate and more heavily populated areas there is usually an abundance of choices for every profession. Physicians of all specialties, optometrists, accountants, business consultants, and attorneys occupy all available office space in professional buildings. How to choose the one who's right for you?
The best approach, of course, is to request a personal recommendation from a family member or friend. The professional person recommended is then known to be a skilled practitioner. With a personal recommendation, you have real-world information - you know the specialist is skilled and competent - you're not flying blind.
When meeting a new professional, the rubber meets the road when you get together face-to-face. You should be treated respectfully and your time should be valued. The office itself should be pleasant and comfortable. The office staff should be professional and help you to be at ease in a new environment.
And most importantly, your chiropractor should answer all your questions. When you're with the chiropractor who's right for you, as with any other professional, you'll have the experience that you're in the right place.
"I have had back problems and had 2 surgeries and wanting a 3rd. Dr. Day provided a multidisciplinary plan that included chiropractic therapies and pain management. Pain management provided some immediate relief but I had residual pain in my right leg. Steroid injections failed. Dr Day recommended decompression table therapy and from the 1st session my leg pain was relieved. I continue with the decompression table therapy to ensure pain relief and to keep surgery at bay. Thank you Dr. Day!"
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