When you visit Foundation Chiropractic Clinic for your initial consultation, Dr. Jeff Brown and Dr. Scott Harris will begin by performing a chiropractic exam. This exam is an analysis based on your specific complaints, and is designed to determine the issues causing you pain or discomfort. After your exam is complete, our doctors will design and discuss with you a specific treatment plan to correct any issues they find and to improve your health and wellbeing. For more details about your chiropractic exam, and to schedule your appointment with our chiropractors in Orem, Utah, please contact our office at 801-226-2606.
Chiropractic care is designed to treat your entire body in order to relieve pain and improve your overall health and quality of life. Your brain communicates messages to your body through the spinal cord. When your spine is even slightly misaligned, it can cause you to experience pain in your back and neck, headaches, slower reflexes, and lower energy levels.
When you visit our office, our doctors will work with you to determine the cause of your pain through a chiropractic exam. Aside from a thorough examination, your initial analysis may include orthopedic or neurological exams, X-rays, postural analysis, dietary analysis, or a fitness evaluation. Some of the things that we may discuss during your chiropractic examination include:
- Duration and frequency of symptoms
- Descriptions of the symptoms
- Areas of pain
- The factors that increase or decrease your pain
- Medical history, both for yours and your family’s
- Dietary habits
- Any prior chiropractic or other medical treatments
- Occupational history
- Psychological history
Our skilled chiropractors will then design an individualized plan including one or more chiropractic treatments. Some of the services which may be included in your plan include:
- Manual chiropractic adjustments
- Instrument-assisted chiropractic adjustments
- Spinal structural rehabilitation
- Massage therapy
Each treatment we provide is designed using Chiropractic BioPhysics® (CBP) to ensure that we address not only your pain, but also structural abnormalities, disease, and organ disfunction. We don’t just want to relieve your symptoms – we want to provide a long-lasting solution to the underlying problem.
For more information about chiropractic exams and to schedule your consultation with our chiropractic specialists, please call our office today.