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Wagner Chiropractic would like to offer our patients an option when filling out your paperwork before your appointment. You can download a printable PDF version by clicking the link below and bringing it with you for your first appointment.

Frequently Asked


These questions and answers provide a comprehensive overview of what to expect from chiropractic services and their potential benefits, offering valuable insights for individuals considering this form of healthcare. By addressing common concerns such as safety, treatment expectations, and the range of conditions treated, potential patients can gain a clearer understanding of how chiropractic care might alleviate their symptoms and improve their overall well-being. This information helps demystify the chiropractic process, emphasizing its role in holistic health and its compatibility with other medical treatments. Consequently, individuals can make more informed decisions about incorporating chiropractic care into their health regimen, potentially benefiting from reduced pain, enhanced mobility, and better quality of life.

Chiropractic care is a health profession focused on diagnosing and treating neuromuscular disorders through manual adjustment and manipulation of the spine. Chiropractors aim to improve functionality, reduce pain, and enhance the body’s natural ability to heal itself.

Chiropractors commonly treat conditions such as back pain, neck pain, headaches, sciatica, sports injuries, and musculoskeletal issues related to the spine and joints. They may also provide relief for conditions like arthritis and carpal tunnel syndrome.

Yes, chiropractic care is generally considered safe when performed by a licensed and trained practitioner. Side effects are usually minor and temporary, such as soreness or stiffness. Serious complications are rare.

During your first visit, the chiropractor will take a detailed medical history, perform a physical examination, and may order diagnostic imaging like X-rays. They will discuss your symptoms, diagnose the problem, and create a personalized treatment plan.

The number of sessions required varies depending on the condition's severity, your response to treatment, and your personal health goals. Some patients experience relief after a few visits, while others may need ongoing care.

No, while back pain is a common reason people seek chiropractic care, chiropractors treat a wide range of musculoskeletal issues, including neck pain, joint problems, and headaches.

Yes, chiropractic care can be part of a comprehensive treatment plan that includes physical therapy, medication, and other medical treatments. Chiropractors often collaborate with other healthcare providers to ensure a holistic approach to patient care.

In most cases, you do not need a referral to see a chiropractor. However, some insurance plans may require a referral, so it’s best to check with your insurance provider.

Chiropractic adjustments are generally not painful. Patients may feel a slight discomfort during the adjustment, but many feel immediate relief. It’s common to hear a popping sound, which is the release of gas from the joints.

Yes, chiropractic care can be beneficial for children, helping with issues like colic, ear infections, and growing pains. Chiropractors use gentler techniques for children and tailor their approach based on the child’s age, size, and specific health needs.