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New Patient Center

New Patients at Twins Chiropractic and Physical Medicine The more you understand who we are, what we do and why we do it, the better results you’ll enjoy. It’s as simple as that.

First Visit

On the first visit you will be greeted by our inviting staff as soon as you enter our office. If you haven’t already filled out our New Patient paperwork that you can print from this website then you will be handed some to fill out at the office. The first visit is roughly 30-40 minutes long depending if x-rays are needed. You will see the doctor your whole visit.

The doctor will do various chiropractic orthopedic tests, postural exam, spinal analysis, a digital nerve exam, and digital x-rays during this visit. If you are in extreme pain the doctor will also treat you on this visit to relieve your pain. Our first exam is very thorough and specific with the most advanced technology so that we know exactly what the diagnosis is.

Second Visit

The second visit is the report of findings. On this visit the doctor will educate you on the findings that he found on the first visit and go over the x-rays that were taken if any were taken. The doctor will tell you your diagnosis and put you on a treatment plan that is tailored specifically for you. The doctor is happy to answer any and all questions that you have about your condition and how chiropractic can help you. Also, on this visit the doctor will go over your insurance coverage with you or give you an affordable financial plan if you do not have insurance. Once everything has been clarified for you then the doctor will begin treatment.

A Typical Office Visit

A typical office visits is a lot shorter then the first two visits, mostly ranging from 10-15 minutes. The adjustment takes only a few minutes to administer and depending if you need muscle work done to increase the healing the treatment time may be extended a few minutes. Once you enter the office you will be given a pin number to use to sign in on our paperless filing system, your file will be sent to the treatment room that you enter through our digital network.

The doctor will then adjust your specific areas in your spine or extremities that need to be adjusted. After your adjustment the doctor will set you on our roller table so the adjustment holds longer and give you advice on stretches and exercises to do at home for better healing and answer any questions that a rise.

Please contact our Garden Grove chiropractic office to schedule an appointment. We look forward to meeting you!


New Patient Center | (714) 621-0327