Your first visit will give us an opportunity to connect with you and listen to your concerns, needs, and aspirations for your health and life. We ask that you provide information about you, your lifestyle, and the experiences that have contributed to where you are at this moment.
After going over your paperwork, we will assess the function and balance of your body and nervous system. This allows us to see what compensation your body might be making to adapt to the stress on you. The information gathered will not only allow for us to see if we can help you reach your desired goals, but will also tell us if you are a good candidate for the care that we provide in our office.
Plan to spend about 45 minutes to allow ample time for us to be thorough and connect with you. Special time considerations are made for infants or children with special needs (ie. splitting the appointment time into 2 separate times: phone consultation and then an in-office visit).
In order for us to continue to serve our community in this capacity, please be courteous and at least 24 hours notice to cancel or reschedule your first visit. This helps to ensure that we can run an efficient and effective practice and meet the needs of those who are waiting to get an appointment.
Nutritional Consults: please be advised to bring any previous blood work or tests done in the past. Please also provide us with a 2-week food diary so that we can better assess your health needs.