Your First Visit

What to expect on your first visit

Any new experience, especially when it comes to your health, can be unnerving. We understand this and we will make every effort to make your first experience very comfortable. Our friendly staff and the doctor will answer any questions and address any concerns you may have.

We recommend that for your first appointment you arrive fifteen minutes early to complete the required paperwork. A complete health history is the first step for any new chiropractic patient.

We will ask about old injuries, chronic problems, and your current symptoms. What are your sensitive or painful areas? When did the pain start? What caused the pain?

In addition, the doctor might inquire about your family history, dietary habits, job or work habits, and previous treatments for the current condition (chiropractic, osteopathic, medical, etc.). After reviewing the health history, the doctor will discuss his findings with you and determine how your condition could best be treated. If the doctor feels chiropractic will help you, then (and only then) will he recommend a treatment plan – or if conditions allow, discuss a choice of treatment options.

At Conyers Family Chiropractic Center, your treatments will be tailored to your specific needs—addressing your specific health problems and personal concerns. Aside from adjustments, other therapeutic methods, massage techniques, and home care remedies may be recommended.

Are you suffering pain or discomfort now?

Don’t wait any longer. For pain relief, call Dr. Boscher today at 770-922-8187 and ask for a Free Consultation!

Does chiropractic hurt?

Typical chiropractic adjustments do not hurt. The patient may experience a minor amount of discomfort during the adjustment. This lasts only seconds and is typically due to correcting misalignments and/or “fixations” in the spine that are causing pain or other symptoms, and may have been present for years. Any discomfort you may have following your first few adjustments can be compared to the soreness you have after a hard workout at the gym.