New Patient Paperwork
Vissers Chiropractic offers our patient form(s) online so they can be completed in the convenience of your own home or office.
- All forms are PDF files. You will need AdobeReader® to view them.
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- Download the necessary form(s), print them out and fill in the required information.
- Fax us your printed and completed form(s) or bring them with you to your appointment.
At Vissers Chiropractic, we strive to help you reach your optimum level of health. We have found that the majority of our patients have improved dramatically with a two stage treatment program.
Stage One - Pain Relief
If injuries sustained in an automobile accident, work related incident, or aches and pains from everyday activity has prompted you to begin chiropractic care, the first priority is to feel better. Your treatment will be designed to promote fast pain relief and a speedy return to work and favorite activities. Frequent visits are usually needed to relieve symptoms and begin the healing process. Depending on your age, condition, and lifestyle, repeated visits over weeks or months may be needed to reduce or eliminate your symptoms.
Stage Two - Stabilization
Stabilization is designed to help maintain proper position and motion of spinal bones. After a decrease in the severity of symptoms, treatment can become more active. Usually this treatment will include "Therapeutic Exercises" which are designed to strengthen weakened and/or injured muscles. Visit frequency is reduced and you will be encouraged to supplement your care with stretching and exercises outside the office. These exercises are designed to continue your rehabilitation and decrease your need for active treatment.
Completion of Care
When maximum improvement is reached, most patients are released with lifestyle instructions that should reduce the likelihood of a reoccurrence of their symptoms. Patients are also instructed to return should they experience a new injury or a flare-up of previous symptoms.