Call one of our two clinics to set up an appointment for your initial evaluation.
Aurora Clinic: 630-800-2720
Brookfield Clinic: 708-800-7922
For your convenience, we will check with your insurance company for benefits such as deductible, copay, co-insurance, therapy limits. Ultimately though, this is the patients responsibility to understand insurance benefits and any costs associated with therapy per their contract with the health plan.
Currently, we are in-network with the following insurances:
- Blue-Cross Blue-Shield PPO
- ChiroHealth USA (cash option)
Please bring to your first appointment
- Exercise clothes and gym shoes
- Insurance Card and ID card
- Copay or co-insurance payment if required by your plan
- Most recent labs and blood work
- Previous or most recent imaging reports
- List of all prescription drugs with dosage
- List of all supplements, herbs, vitamins, or minerals
- NEW PATIENT FORMS -(click the link and bring in the completed forms)
What to expect on your first visit
At the first visit, you can expect the chiropractor to complete a thorough chiropractic evaluation that includes:
Patient History Section
In preparation for your chiropractic evaluation, you will be asked to fill out forms that provide background information about your lifestyle, symptoms and current condition. You will also be asked to provide the chiropractor with information on family medical history, any pre-existing medical conditions or prior injuries, and previous and current health providers and treatments. Following the verbal portion of the initial exam will be physical exam.
Chiropractic Physical Examination
Once the history has been completed, your chiropractor will perform a thorough chiropractic physical examination. In addition to general tests such as blood pressure, pulse, respiration, and reflexes, the chiropractic examination will include specific orthopedic and neurological tests to assess:
- Range of motion of the affected part
- Muscle tone
- Muscle strength
- Neurological integrity
- Orthopedic Tests
- Functional Movement
Based on the above examination results, further tests may be medically necessary to arrive at the diagnosis and to help uncover root causes of dysfunction. These include Diagnostic Imaging (X-rays, MRI, CT, ultra sound) and Laboratory Tests (blood, urine, stool, saliva).