For Patients FAQ & Information

Who Can Benefit


Individuals who commonly benefit from physical Cervical Mobilization therapy include those who have had discomfort or pain that developed for no apparent reason and who might describe “it hurts when I …” Some who have a loss of motion or limitations with functional, that is, every day activities also can find relief with our services. Those who have recently been injured and whose symptoms aren’t going away in spite of rest and medicine potentially need advice and instruction in a pain relieving and movement or function restoring program that we can provide.

What To Wear/Bring

Who Can Benefit


Individuals who commonly benefit from physical Cervical Mobilization therapy include those who have had discomfort or pain that developed for no apparent reason and who might describe “it hurts when I …” Some who have a loss of motion or limitations with functional, that is, every day activities also can find relief with our services. Those who have recently been injured and whose symptoms aren’t going away in spite of rest and medicine potentially need advice and instruction in a pain relieving and movement or function restoring program that we can provide.

What To Wear/Bring
You should expect a warm reception by sincere individuals, truly interested in you getting better and accomplishing the relief of pain and a return to full function.

Questions We Ask


You should expect to discuss and explain your situation through the history-taking, answering specific questions related to your problem. Specific questions include: ‘Where, exactly, are your symptoms?’ ’Are they constant or do they come and go?’ ’What positions or movements make them worse or better?’ and, ‘How long have they been present?’

What We Do


You will be asked to perform movements through a physical exam and repeat them to better understand your condition and what your problem needs. You will be instructed in a home program involving posture changes and exercises, and you will be informed as to appropriate and inappropriate responses that your body will give to clarify whether to continue with that activity or not. This will serve to protect your condition from being worsened by the movement testing.

What To Wear/Bring


Wear comfortable and loose-fitting clothes that will enable your therapist to properly examine the part of your body for which you are being treated. Your therapist may need to expose the part of your body being treated by using a gown to further determine the extent of your condition and/or provide the needed treatment.

  • Insurance card and information to complete general demographic information paperwork prior to your appointment time.

  • Your completed paperwork, if you are a new patient and willing to fill out a form prior to the visit. PDFs are available for download.

  • A positive attitude and a readiness to actively participate in your recovery.

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Patient Demographics

Your contact & insurance information.
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Medical Screening

Your medical history, including conditions & current medications.
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We understand the extent to which pain can limit you and take away from you the things you need and want to do. If you are dealing with pain or the inability to freely move and function in a normal way or in a way you once did, we want to help. We look forward to working with you and playing a role in you getting back to your life.

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