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Your First Visit

 

We carry out your first visit in 3 stages:

1- The Anamnesis:

 

 

Our bodies are unique. Logically, each pathology is unique. Therefore, it is important to understand your distinct physiological interdependencies. Stress inflicted on one part of the body may not only lead to painful or disabling consequences in the concerned area, but also elsewhere. 

This is why your story is important. Tells us why you have come to us so we know how to help you. Ordinary information such as your lifestyle, your past operations, the accidents you have suffered and how your pain feels informs us on which plan of action may be the most suitable for you.

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What is physical analysis?

 

An assessement on how the body communicates from head to toe. Our approach analyzes and understands what affects posture, most notably the relationship between the body and gravity. Did you know that 300 muscles are involved in standing?

Through this holistic analysis, we avoid a limited focus on the painful area and instead consider your body as a whole.

The first analysis is static. We measure the dimensions of your shoulders and pelvis, record the posture of your head, knees and feet, and discern how weight is distrubuted throughout your body.

The second analysis is dynamic. We evaluate your gait, compare your stride length, and observe how your head, shoulders and arms move when walking.

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The practitioner gathers general information. His job is to practice what we call 'physical analysis'.

2- The Analysis:

We also record other measurements such as lung capacity, blood pressure, SpO2, and heart rate.

By collecting both qualitative and quantitative information we can assess your general health and offer you the best treatment plan.

3- The Adjustment:

 

 

We analyse the mobility of your joints to identify the limitations that cause pain in the short term and may worsen over time. Adjustment restores mobility to your restricted joints with a quick and painless impulse.

Most adjustments result in instant relief and greater suppleness. 

 

Now it's about giving your body time.

 

Never forget: our body is the most complex machine of our known universe. It is also our best friend and travel companion for life. The pain that we experience is not a punishment, but information that our body is communicating to us. Viewing this information as negative and unwanted is unproductive. Instead, of working “with” it betters our understanding of the source of your pain and the incredible harmony of your physiology.

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Our attitude is connected to the state of our health. The Pianta Chiropractic Center will help you stay healthy.

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"90% of the brain's stimulation and nutrition is generated by moving the spine."

Dr. Roger Sperry (1913-1994) neuropsychologist, neurophysiologist.

Nobel Prize 1981.

 

So it's easy to understand how important it is to maintain optimal mobility!

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