Chiropractor Who Cares
At FWC, we want you to understand that our approach may be different than what you may have experienced with other chiropractors. We are thorough and don’t do any guesswork when it comes to your health.
- First, we take the time to determine if the type of care we provide is appropriate for your condition.
- Then after a thorough history, examination, and in-house digital x-rays (if necessary), Dr. Miller will determine what treatment is necessary for your condition.
- We will then present in detail a Corrective Treatment Plan with goals and progress exams to make sure that you’re getting the most benefit out of your care.
- Finally, we will explain all plan details and any costs expected for you to reach and maintain your optimum health.
We also offer education classes for our patients so they don’t un-do the treatment they receive and can have ownership over their health.
There are dozens of good chiropractors in the Rio Grande Valley. Many of them practice general chiropractic, and although techniques may be different, their treatment goals are typically to temporarily reduce pain, increase range of motion, and/or reduce muscle tension or spasm.
These are excellent goals and produce some great outcomes.
At Family Wellness Chiropractic, we focus on the concept of Structural Correction. We like to dig a bit deeper to find and fix the cause of your health concern versus using a patch. Some people are okay with doing this; however, many people have grown tired of temporarily relieving their symptoms over and over and are ready to find a solution with long term results.
Once we get your condition under control, it only makes sense to try to keep it that way! Since life’s stressors are unavoidable, and it’s easier to fix a problem before the pain or other symptoms appear, most of our patients choose Enhancement Care after undergoing Corrective Care. We liken it to a dental retainer; if you invest the time and money into braces to straighten your child’s teeth, you’d make sure to buy a retainer to maintain them, right?