Welcome to the Advanced Health Chiropractic and Massage New Patient Center!
We strive to give our patients the very best chiropractic care available. We also work hard to make sure to offer the most up-to-date chiropractic services so that you are able to walk out of each appointment feeling even better than you did after the last one. It is always our goal to improve your life through chiropractic care.
In this area of the website you will be able to take care of items necessary for your visit prior to arriving, in the comfort of your own home.
New to Massage Therapy?
Our staff is great at making you feel comfortable and welcome. After filling out your New Massage Patient Intake form, one of our therapist will greet you and walk you into your treatment room. From there, you will discuss what your goals for your treatment are and what areas you would like worked on. Once a treatment plan for this session has been discussed, the therapist will start work on your areas of concern. After your massage treatment has ended, you will be given a recommendation of treatment plan, how often you should be coming in, and also what things you can expect post massage. Communication is key when you are working one-on-one with a massage therapist. Please remember that due to time constraints not all areas of concern can be addressed during your first treatment, but our therapists will do their best to address that issues that are at the top of your list. Our massage therapy treatments are booked in 60, 90 or 120 minute sessions.
Ready for your first Chiropractic Visit?
Chiropractic visits vary in length from 15-45 minutes. New patients exams can take up to 45 minutes, and your adjustment time may take up to 20 minutes. Before arriving at our clinic, you will be asked to fill out our New Chiropractic Patient Intake form. Once entering our exam room, Dr. Robinson will ask you to talk him through your health history and the reason for your visit. Once the mechanism of injury or cause of pain has been established, the doctor will work with you to determine what type of adjustment you will need, and recommended treatment plans in order to get you back to your daily life.