The heart of any scientific process whether within or outside of healthcare is being able measure what you are trying to accomplish. If you can measure what you are trying to accomplish then you can create a system that has reproducible results. Ultimately, the most scientific form of healthcare is based on facts and not the opinion of the doctor, symptoms or pain management.
At Precision Chiropractic, we start every patient with a specific and thorough exam process that helps us determine if the NeuroStructural care we provide is what that patient needs. We do this not only because we value our patients’ time and money (we don’t start patients we can’t help!) but because it provides the framework of a system that lets us know if each patient has a Structural Shift we can help them with IF we see the key indicators show up during the exam.
I hear Chiropractors often say all that is required to become a patient is for a person to have a spine. While that is technically true, at Precision Chiropractic we take a more in-depth and scientific look for the benefit of everyone involved.