Have you been hesitant to schedule time to visit a chiropractor to discuss chiropractic treatment? This is usually caused by fear of the unknown. To help you feel better about chiropractic, and to assist you in getting the most from your North York chiropractic treatment, we encourage you to follow these best practices.
• Be upfront with the chiropractor. Your chiropractor is a medical professional, and won’t judge you for anything you say. You can tell the chiropractor about anything that’s going on. Don’t be embarrassed! He’s probably heard it all!
• Ask questions about your chiropractic treatment. Chiropractors like Dr. Stan Gorchynski at Bayview Finch Chiropractic Clinic want to educate their patients. After all, an educated patient is one who can play a bigger role in his or her healthcare. If you don’t understand something, just ask.
• Keep all your appointments as scheduled. The secret to getting benefits from chiropractic for the long term is to keep all your appointments. That way, your body will get the best opportunities to heal itself, and your treatment plan will remain on the right track.
• Find a chiropractor you trust. Let’s say you don’t connect with your chiropractor. That’s actually okay. If your chiropractor isn’t right for you, there’s another one out there who will be perfect.
• Use your chiropractor as a resource for referrals for other medical professionals. Looking for a great dentist or eye doctor? Chances are pretty strong that your chiropractor will be able to refer you to someone. Don’t forget that your chiropractor in North York probably lives and works in your community, too!
Remember that you have to be comfortable with your healthcare, and that means being comfortable with your chiropractor. When you find the right mix of chiropractor and chiropractic treatment, you’ll feel a whole lot better about your wellness and future.
Thinking about changing chiropractors or going to a chiropractor for the first time? Call Bayview Finch Chiropractic Clinic for a consultation. We’ll examine you and give you feedback so you can make the right decision for your health, or the health of your loved one.