Phases of Care


Phases of Care

Initial Intense Care

If an ache, pain, or other obvious symptom has prompted you to begin chiropractic care, the first thing you want is to feel better. Office visits will be frequent and your adjustments may be combined with other procedures to help offer relief. Depending upon your age, condition, and lifestyle, repeated visits over weeks or months may be needed to reduce…


Phases of Care

Rehabilitative Care

Muscles and other soft tissue damage often remain after your original symptoms have improved. In this phase people continue to go to their chiropractor because they need continued corrective care in order to strengthen and fix the issue. Rehabilitative care stabilizes your condition and promotes more complete healing. Visit frequency is reduced and you may be encouraged to supplement your…


Phases of Care

Health Maintenance

With your present condition healed, chiropractic “check-ups” can help preserve and maintain your progress. Occasional visits can help catch little problems before they become serious. Wellness-minded adults choose this type of care for themselves and their children. Maintenance care saves time and money by helping you stay well.

Experiencing Pain?

New Patient?

Chiropractors treat variety of injuries from head to toe involving almost all joints in the body. Come in for an assessment and the team at Performance Chiro can create a custom plan for your specific needs.

While treatment lengths vary somewhat from person to person and from condition to condition, there are a few rules of thumb you can follow.

The treatments themselves are generally not painful.

In fact, most patients look forward to their treatments as many experience instantaneous relief. Individuals who already have moderate to severe pain associated with the injury or issue may experience some minor discomfort during treatment; however, care is always gentle, safe, and non-invasive.

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