Have you ever heard anyone say: “Once you go to a chiropractor, you have to go forever”?
This is a very common cliché, but, like all clichés, there is some truth to it. That truth is» READ MORE
I’m often asked by new patients, how I create their care plan – how many visits and how frequent should they be.
This is a fair question, and this is where experience and the “art” of chiropractic come into play.
During your comprehensive examination, I’ll ask you questions about your condition, your age, your past and present lifestyle, your attitude towards other people, the job, and dozens of other factors.
These are evaluated, recorded and compared with similar cases.
Each one plays a role in the recommendations I make for the first phase of your care.
Here’s an example: A plane needs enough speed to take off, has to have the right size jet engines, etc. The same is true with our initial recommendations: If the visits are too far apart, we won’t create enough momentum to reverse the downward trend.
There’s a real skill in picking the right balance so I’m not letting you go to long between adjustments.
Sometimes I misjudge, as I am human, but for the most part, my experience has helped me know exactly what you need to get the maximum results.
But most of the time there are other factors – we’ve identified up to a dozen issues that can be involved. If you’re not progressing as quickly as you’d hoped, make sure you call me so we can see what else might be going on.
Drs. Daniel and Richelle Knowles, D.C., Network Family Wellness Center,
1715 15th St., Boulder, CO 80302
Call (303) 998 – 1000 Now
Monday and Wednesday - 9:00am - 12:00pm & 3:00pm - 6:00pm,
Tuesday and Thursday - 7:30am - 10:30am & 3:00pm - 6:00pm, Friday - 3:00pm - 6:00pm
Commonly, people associate the need for chiropractic care with back pain, neck pain, headaches, arm pain, or other musculoskeletal pains. This is unfortunate because chiropractic care is not solely» READ MORE