How Long Does A Chiropractic Treatment Take?

The length of a chiropractic treatment all depends on the procedures that are planned. A simple chiropractic adjustment, if you have visited our chiropractor before, may involve only a matter of minutes in the treatment room. An initial visit requires more time in order for our staff to become better acquainted with you, take a medical history, learn exactly what is troubling you and perhaps run some additional tests. Follow-up visits might involve gentle manual manipulation, cold laser treatment, or a combination of procedures to relieve pain and promote healing.

When In Doubt, Ask Your Calgary Chiropractor

If you are scheduling an appointment and know that you face time constraints on a specific day or at a particular time, we will be happy to work with you according to your availability. As our patient, we want our services to be as convenient as possible for you. At Bankers Hall Chiropractic, we want you to take your time in learning about our procedures and to answer any questions you may have. Because chiropractic therapies are non-invasive and often do not even require you to remove clothing, our appointments tend to be “short and sweet.” You will almost certainly leave our Calgary clinic feeling better than when you arrived.

We believe in a continuum of treatment. Our first goal is to alleviate pain, whether it is the result of specific injury or a chronic condition. Then we determine the root cause of the pain so that we can either eliminate it or correct it. Every step along the way will be a joint effort. We make an effort to thoroughly explain every procedure, let you know what to expect, and partner with you to implement lifestyle changes in order to ensure a lifetime of wellness.

How long will your treatment take? How long must you continue treatment? The answer varies from patient to patient. However, what we promise is that we will give you all the care and attention you require, for as long as you need our treatment.

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