A physical exam will be completed, which has two primary components: (1) neurological and orthopedic examinations to determine a clinical diagnosis and. (2) assessment of your posture, muscle function, flexibility and spinal joint function. If diagnostic imaging is indicated, you will be referred to a local facility for the study.
The details of your diagnosis will be presented and discussed. Depending upon each patient's preference, we will communicate the details of the examination and treatment plan.
Treatments in our office may include stretches, exercises, therapy modalities (electrical muscle stimulation, TENS, ultrasound), soft tissue relaxation techniques and spinal manipulation/adjustments.