First visit issues
First time visits to any office are often very stiff, formal and often impersonal. It is often a challenge for all of us to go to a stranger and tell them what is wrong. Pain often forces our hand – so we go because the physical pain is worse than the social pain of the new experience.
At my clinic, we hope to become not only your chiropractor but learn something about you outside your physical ailments. We have to do the preliminary questions to understand what is going on. Then I want to get to know you as a person and who you are. In my office you will see my love of family and sports. I share these with you to start the conversation. One of my quotes that I live by in the clinic is “ I want you to do what you love to do.”
It works two ways. One, you get to know each other. Second, when you have a good experience and your body gets healed through our various treatments, you then tell others. My practice is built on referrals from friends who know me and I know them. I want to thank you for being a current patient/friend and to thank you for enhancing my life and the life of my family. As always I value you and am always open to hearing from you and listening to your input.