After The First Correction
What To Expect Concerning the First Correction
During the first correction visit, we will discuss the findings of the initial exam and look at a plan of care. This will be the beginning of your individualized care. Every person is unique and may respond differently. Your care will be personalized to fit you. The care plan will discuss the different goals and advice as we advance through care.
Many patients seek proper corrective care after years of a chronic problems. Correcting the misalignment is the first objective.
As you entrust us with your care, we will do all we can to promote your health, help you to enhance the quality of life and be there to prevent the deterioration of chronic conditions. Many patients seek proper corrective care after years of a chronic problems. Correcting the misalignment is the first objective. Once you start holding the correction, we will know that the body is doing all it can to restore proper function. We want to encourage you to make educated decisions about your health. Our mission is to allow the body to restore the normal function of every nerve, organ and system. Healing from within – as you were designed.
Is the Upper Cervical Spinal Correction painful?
No, it is not at all like manipulative type adjustments. Specific Upper Cervical care uses only a slight amount of pressure by hand or by instrument and is barely felt by the patient. There is no twisting, popping or cracking.
What changes might I expect following the initial correction?
- Alleviation of pain and symptoms
- Tired and/or relaxed feeling
- Light-headedness or possible headache
- Runny nose as the sinuses open
- Sore muscles over the first few days
- Temporary pain or discomfort that moves from point to point
- Transient body aches
- Body elimination changes – a sense of urgency
- Tingling or heat sensations
- Sleep pattern changes
Why is time required to obtain long term results?
Most people we see have complex conditions that have evolved over time. It is impossible to repair in only one or two visits a condition that has been evolving over many years. You may enjoy relief of symptoms in one or two visits, but that doesn’t mean the problem is gone. The doctor will recommend only what he feels is appropriate in each individual.