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The consultation

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The first thing Dr. Bykowski will do is ask you about the health complaints about which you are chiefly concerned. He may also ask about your family history, dietary habits, other care you may have had (chiropractic, osteopathic, medical, etc.), your job, and other questions designed to help determine the nature of your illness and the best way to go about treating the problem.  If you wish to schedule a free consultation; you may download the new patient entry forms.
 


The examination



















A physical examination will be performed, which may include x-rays, laboratory analysis and other diagnostic procedures. The examination of the spine to evaluate structure and function is what makes chiropractic different from other health care procedures.  In addition, a careful spinal examination and analysis will be performed to detect any structural abnormalities which may be affecting or causing your condition.


The report of findings

















Dr. Bykowski uses many sophisticated and varied techniques, and the specific procedure to be used will be determined and explained completely to you following a careful evaluation of your radiographs and physical findings. Chiropractic also places an emphasis on nutrition, exercise programs, wellness and lifestyle modifications. While chiropractors make no use of drugs or surgery, we do refer patients for medical care when those interventions are indicated.

 

 

 

 

 

Treatment














Once Dr. Bykowski has identified the problem, he will begin care by way of these adjustments or "manipulations." Particular attention will be paid to that area of your spine where a spinal derangement or "subluxation" has been detected. The adjustment is usually given by hand or "activator" type instruments, and consists of applying pressure to the areas of the spine that are out of alignment or that do not move properly within their normal range of motion.

 

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