“Chiropractors office should be a pleasant, efficient, inviting, and safe place to visit!”
Clinical experience assignment/thoughts on my future practice!
Before even meeting a chiropractor, you have to schedule an appointment with the receptionist. The tone of the receptionist’s voice and their willingness to help you is huge. Often, we begin to form an idea of what that chiropractor is like just by talking with their assistant.
How the office looks and feels is crucial – I can generally tell right away whether it’s the right place for me. I think I am especially picky about this aspect just because of my personal love for aesthetics but if the office looks beautiful and feels good, I’m more likely to spend more time there.
Filling out forms can be annoying and I appreciate the option of printing out the forms and filling them out prior to the visit.
A great chiropractors office starts with a great Network Spinal Analysis chiropractor!
I want to be able to develop a relationship with my chiropractor and feel safe working with them. NSA can bring up some pretty wild emotions! The chiropractors that I most look up to are very grounded and encouraging.
I also enjoy monthly meetings set up by the chiropractor in which I’m given the chance to build on what I already know about chiropractic and/or living a healthy lifestyle.
It’ll be interesting to look back at this post years from now and see how this changes (or not!)