TREATMENTS

Chiropractic Treatment

New Patient

Consultation

20 min 

If you are interested in Chiropractic care, please come by for a free consultation. During your consultation we will discuss your history and any concerns you may have to help determine if Chiropractic is right for you. 

Initial Exam with

1st Adjustment

60 min

If the patient can provide current proper imaging deemed relevant and adequate by Dr. Lazzari, a same day adjustment may be provided after the initial examination and report of findings.

During your Initial visit you will receive a full spine Chiropractic exam by using the Gonstead Method. This includes relevant orthopedic and neurological testing.

 

I will then refer you to an offsite radiologist for appropriate imaging.

45 min

Initial Exam

You will bring your X-rays to your second visit and Dr. Lazzari will review the images and cross referenced them with his examination. He will then present a report of his findings to inform you of what has been identified and how Chiropractic care can help.

 

The first adjustment will be performed after the Report of Findings. 

30 min

2nd Visit

Report of Findings with First Adjustment

Chiropractic Spinal Check with Adjustment.

20 min

Office Visit

A focused follow up exam will be performed to evaluate progress post initial chiropractic care followed by an adjustment.

45 min

Reevaluation

Exam

Along with chiropractic adjustments taping can be performed not only for pain management but to help to facilitate the body's natural healing process while providing support and stability to muscles and joints without restricting the body's range of motions.

Athletic
Taping
15 min

Cold Laser Therapy

The core of Cold Laser Therapy is based on directing a specific wavelength of light energy into a cell to directly stimulate the mitochondria to generate atp. Atp is a high energy-molecule that our bodies need to do just about everything including protein synthesis and repair. 

 

Cold laser therapy is administered with a small handheld device and is a non-invasive procedure. It can harm your eyes to look directly into the laser, so you will be asked to use protective eye-wear. The doctor will hold the device close to your skin or just touching the skin on your problem area for 30 seconds or up to a few minutes. The length of time is determined by the dose and the size of the area being treated.

Source: https://www.coldlasers.org

15 min