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Regular Visits

Trytron scan

A patient’s neck is scanned to determine what kind of adjustment is needed.

The typical office visit will take anywhere from 10-40 minutes, depending on if a Blair adjustment is needed.

When you first come in you will be greeted at the front desk and taken to the Tytron station to have your neck scanned to determine what kind of adjustment will be needed. After the doctor reviews the heat scan, you will then be taken to the adjusting table and given the series of leg checks to further evaluate your alignment and see if a Blair adjustment is needed. If not, then the doctor will adjust your lumbar and thoracic as needed, and no resting will take place. You will be taken to the front reception area and schedule your next visit with the doctor.

Resting

Patient resting after her adjustment.

However, if a Blair adjustment is needed, then you will be taken to the side table and given a precise upper cervical adjustment. After this adjustment, you will be put in the resting room to rest for about 20 minutes. After the rest you will be taken to the Tytron station again to see how well the adjustment held and how your initial scan compares to the scan after your adjustment.

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