Serving Lancaster And Palmdale, CA
In order to keep any unnecessary burden off the emergency rooms and urgent care facilities, we are available for chiropractic care. WE DO NOT WANT YOU TO HAVE TO GO TO THE HOSPITAL FOR PROBLEMS YOU THINK WE CAN HELP. You can call us at (661) 940-6302 to make an appointment. Please call when you arrive in the parking lot before you come in. We're only allowing one person in the office at a time. We apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you for your understanding.

Teamwork: Talking to Your Chiropractor

Talking to your chiropractor is always a great idea. A significant amount of teamwork needs to be established in order to provide the best level of care. Whatever your aches, pains and other symptoms are, your chiropractor can only treat what they know.

Many people will keep silent about the fact that they are in pain because they make the assumption that the chiropractor is already aware of this. However, the chiropractor is only aware of what you tell them. While they may guess that you are in pain, they have no idea where the pain is or just how much it hurts unless you inform them.
By establishing a good team rapport, you will be able to feel more comfortable telling your chiropractor about the various aches and pains that you are experiencing. This will make it easier to establish a treatment plan that is going to be effective.
Remember that your chiropractor wants to help you. They know that if you are still in pain after visiting for several weeks in a row, you are probably not going to maintain treatment. So, it is your mutual best interest to have a good and open communication. Help your chiropractor help you.
It can be hard to get work done when you are constantly in pain. It can occur whenever you sit, stand, and walk. When you establish teamwork with your chiropractor in order to establish a treatment plan, you can overcome a significant amount of pain.
The next time your chiropractor asks you what is going on, you want to be specific. Identify where the pain is, what kind of pain it is, and label it on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being a considerable amount of pain. You will also want to tell your chiropractor about any kinds of activities and injuries that may have affected your back. Be honest with them because otherwise the only person you are hurting is yourself.
If you don’t think that you can form a good team with your chiropractor, then you are going to the wrong one. Teamwork is of the utmost importance to chiropractic care. If you aren’t an effective team, then quickly recognize it and find another chiropractor with whom you can be. Great results in chiropractic care come from teamwork, and that all starts by talking to your chiropractor.