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What to Expect at Laramie County Chiropractic

Welcome mat

You will immediately feel at home the moment you walk in the door.

First Visit

Gina, our office manager, has a real talent for making people feel welcome, and that in turn will help you get the most out of your chiropractic care.  She will greet you when you come to the office and then will ask you for some basic information.  (If you want to have the paperwork filled out before you come, just go to the New Patient Paperwork  tab at the top of the page and print yourself out a copy to complete.)  Next, Gina will show you around the office and take you back to the exam room, where you will see a five-minute video that explains chiropractic

Following the video, you will meet  Dr. Jared Morrow who will do a consultation, exam, and possibly x-rays to find out the cause of your problem.  At the end of the first visit, Dr. Morrow often gives a light adjustment, not only to determine how best to adjust you and how you respond to being adjusted but also to give you a bit of relief until you come back for the Report of Findings at the second visit.  On average the first visit takes about 20 minutes.

Second Visit

After checking in for this visit, you can lie on our inter-segmental traction tables. Most people love these beds and are upset when the time is over.  The table is equipped with rollers, and as they move up and down your back, they will passively relax your muscles and add movement to your spine.  All of this will make your adjustment go more smoothly

Next is the most important part of the whole process. Dr. Morrow will go over his findings with you, including the condition of your spine, what is causing your problem, how chiropractic care can help you, and how long he thinks it will take you to feel relief.  Of course, included in this discussion will be specifics about your exam findings, your x-ray results, how long I believe it will take, and also how much is will cost.  You will then receive another adjustment.  This second visit will also take about 20 minutes.

This 2 visit process allows for several things:

  • Reduces the length of time of your first visit.
  • Gives Dr. Morrow time to study your exam findings and X-rays.
  • Avoids overloading you with too much information.

A Typical Office Visit

After checking in, you can once again spend a few minutes on an inter-segmental traction table to help you relax before the adjustment. Dr. Morrow will then adjust you. Our goal is not only to provide you with quality chiropractic care but also to respect your time. The average visit from this point on takes about 5-10 minutes. We know you are busy and the last thing you want to do is spend the day at our office. Your time is just as valuable as our time!

Give our Cheyenne office a call today!