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Please feel free to call 585-484-8486 or email ANHWellnessRoc@gmail.com

with any questions. 

 


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our hours

What to expect

Your first chiropractic visit will take about one hour for examination and treatment. Our doctors like to take time to educate you on their findings and help you feel involved in your care plan. During the first part of your session, your doctor will review your health history and conduct a physical examination.

 

This examination may include vital signs, neurological and orthopedic testing, gait analysis, postural examination, muscle testing, and functional biomechanics.  

The ANH Difference

The second half of your visit consists of “touch” diagnostics to evaluate your area of complaint and/or surrounding areas. The use of touch allows the doctor to locate and treat muscle and joint restrictions, scar tissue, trigger points, and other types of dysfunction that may be contributing to your symptoms. Our doctors will educate you on all the findings and go over a specific care plan for your needs. Our doctors might also suggest some at-home mobility exercises and stretches to help maintain your well-being and assist with the prevention of future injury. Please bring copies of recent imaging or laboratory reports for your doctor to review. Depending on your presentation, a radiological imaging referral may be necessary for further diagnosing. If your condition(s) are beyond the capabilities of this office, your practitioner will assist you with a referral to the appropriate physician. An itemized billing summary will be available upon request.  This bill will provide all the information necessary for submission to insurance companies, health savings accounts, or flex spending accounts for potential reimbursement directly back to you.

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