Thank you for your interest in becoming a patient in our clinic. To schedule your case review, call our staff at 760-340-4777 or go to our contact page to send us an email.
New Patient Form
Please call our office to receive your appropriate New Patient Form. Please fill out the New Patient Form completely before your first visit.
Preparing for your appointments – What to expect
How to prepare, what to bring when you arrive:
It is important to bring to your first visit all medical documentation and/or imaging that you may have available with you along with a list of all doctors seen for your condition. With your signed medical release, our scheduling coordinator will obtain all necessary records from your doctors or hospitals which can be sent directly to our clinic.
Please include your completed New Patient Form along with your other documentation. All forms will be provided by the front desk.
Questions: Write them down. It is always a good idea to bring a list of questions to ask your doctor. In addition we encourage patients to bring their spouse, significant other, or family member to help you take notes and ask questions.
The examination typically runs approximately one hour but can be lengthier in time. Before you come to the examination make sure you have eaten at least 2 hours before so you are not hungry yet also have had the time to process the meal. The brain cannot be tested, perform or respond without the proper fuel.
Report of Findings:
A follow up visit after the examination will then be scheduled after the doctor has reviewed your findings and entire medical file. The best recommendations will then be made for your care.
First treatment – What to expect while in Treatment
The first treatment is typically longer. It is not time based, but is procedure based and dependent on the patient’s processing ability. The treatment session is highly individualized to patient exam findings, and dependent on the severity of the condition and amount of symptoms as they are neurologically traced back to their primary source corrected at the layers.
If you feel tired, the need to rest or sleep after a treatment, you should. It is essential to give the body the opportunity to relax, rather than push it to be active, when it is trying to heal and repair.
It is always advisable, depending on the severity of the patient’s condition, to be accompanied by a family member or friend for daily assistance, driving, etc. especially when coming from out of state. For out of state patients or patients with multiple complex issues, an extended visit initially may be recommended to make time for a more detailed series of corrections.