When you are in pain or are experiencing a health problem, you need to know you are in the right place and that you can be helped! In short you are looking for answers! Through the consultation, history and examination portion of your initial visit, we will be able to determine if you are dealing with a problem that warrants Brainstem Care treatment and help you find the answers you need! Once this determination is made, we will make recommendations for your situation. One of the next steps in caring for you involves taking a specialized set of digital x-rays to help us analyze the Brainstem area of your spine.
For the x-rays, no articles of clothing will need to be removed. Only necklaces and/or earnings. These x-rays give us a detailed 3-D picture of the position of your mis-alignment and help us determine how to locate and address the source of your health problem.
Following the 3-D analysis of your x-ray images, you will be treated in one of our spacious treatment rooms. If you want to bring your family with you, the are welcome in the rooms. We also have a large supervised children’s area should you need to bring young children with you or if your child is receiving treatment. As you receive your Brainstem Care treatments, you will be surprised how gentle they are! Most people experience some degree of relief on their initial visit and we expect you will be one of them!
After your initial Brainstem Care treatment we will take a set of post x-rays. These are taken to confirm your brainstem area is back into perfect alignment again! While we look at your x-rays, we recommend a fifteen minute break in our recovery room. This helps your treatment stabilize and helps enable your spine to stay in alignment longer.
Follow-up visits where the alignment of your Brainstem area is maintained are very important to your recovery and help the damaged tissues in your spine to heal and recover more rapidly. They are scheduled based upon the severity of your case and how quickly your body responds to your Brainstem Care treatments.
Occasionally, patients may have had a new accident or an injury that warrants us taking a new set of x-rays. Other than injury, x-ray updates are generally recommended every 1-2 years to help insure we keep your treatments current with your health care needs.
Our office staff is here to assist you:
Monday: 8:45am – 11:45am, 1:45pm – 4:45pm
Tuesday: 8:45am – 11:45am, 1:45pm – 4:45pm
Thursday: 8:45am – 11:45am, 1:45pm – 4:45pm
Friday: 8:45am – 11:45am
You can call or text us at 918-272-1888 to schedule your first appointment.
For more information about our services and costs, visit our Affordable Care options page.