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144 US Route 1 # A

Scarborough, ME 04074 US

207-885-9415

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Your First Visit

 

Consultation

On your first visit to our office you will be welcomed as a member of our family and our receptionist will greet you with a warm smile. You will then be asked to fill out our required forms which will help us gain some information about yourself and your health.

The doctor will then talk with you and ask you some specific questions regarding your health to determine if chiropractic care may be of benefit to you. If chiropractic can help you, the doctor will let you know. If the doctor cannot help you, you will be refered to a doctor that will be able to help you the most. Nothing will be done in our office without your consent.

 


 

Examination

After a thorough consultation with the doctor, you will have a complete chiropractic examination. This will include testing your central nervous system by using the Insight Milleneum Subluxation Station, a state of the art technology developed specifically for chiropractic evaluation to determine areas of nerve disturbance. The doctor will gain valuable information regarding your level of health so that a better understanding of how chiropractic can help you. If necessary, the doctor may take X-rays or refer you for additional testing procedures.

 


 

X-Ray Studies

X-ray is sometimes required to get a full evaluation of a patient. The need for X-ray is considered on a case by case basis. Our equipment is state of the art for imaging.

 

 


 

Report of Findings

Once all the information and examinations have been performed, the doctor will give you a report of findings and tell you recommendations for care.

 


 

Chiropractic Care

Most of our patients begin to see results from the very first adjustment. Our special gentle yet effective alignment of the body is interactive with the patient, gentle enough for kids (they love us), yet able to restore function and movement for the athlete and senior.

Your health is your most valuable possession and an important investment.  Most insurance programs will contribute for part of your care, however if your insurance is limited or if you do not have insurance we have progams that make chiropractic care affordable for just about anyone.  To find out if your insurance covers chiropractic care, you can call the office directly or schedule your free consultation at 207.885.9415 or fill out the insurance form. We offer everyone a free no obligation consultation.


Wellness Program

Prior to leaving, patients will be instructed on a wellness program to be conducted at home. If you are in pain when you first come intor our office this may include ice or heat application instructions, avoidance of certain activities or positions, as well as home exercises and/or stretches.  If you desire an overall wellness lifestyle, our wellness team will work with you to create good habits and routines that support your success.  Every body is unique and different and therefore everone requires a unique and customized wellness plan.  The foundation of our overall wellness lifestyle is maintaining  healthy posture and good spinal alignment, eating a healthy diet, taking supplements, keeping your weight under control and stress relief.

Sign up using the form or call 207-885-9415 to make your appointment.

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 am - 12:30 pm

2:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am - 5:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am - 5:30 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am - 5:30 pm

Friday:

8:00 am - 12:30 pm

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Such a professional office with some of the best customer service! My son and I always feel so welcomed and amongst some extremely knowledgeable chiropractors. Thanks for all you do and making our visits so enjoyable!"
    Julie F. Scarborough, ME

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