You know what hurts. You suffer with the pain. You want relief.
You play a central roll in the diagnosis portion of your care. This diagnosis process is the building block on which your care is administered. If the diagnosis is wrong, the treatment plan is off, and the pain relief you are seeking won't come as quickly.
During the examination process, you will share your pain's history as well as past and present symptoms. You will share any family history of those in your family who may suffer with back pain, as well. Your chiropractic doctor will put all these findings together for a diagnosis, but, for now, see what condition(s) your symptoms may point to.
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