Getting Started

At your first visit we focus on getting all the information needed to determine the cause, rather than just the symptoms, of your problem.

This is followed by a Report of Findings appointment, where everything will be explained, and all your questions answered.

Please call us on 01425 620222 to make an appointment or find out more information about our Chiropractic services in New Milton.

New Milton Chiropractic Logo

Please get in touch to make an appointment or find out more about our Chiropractic services in New Milton

Our Clinic is open Monday to Saturday

First Consultation

Health History

Our approach to healthcare is holistic, aiming for Whole Body Health and Wellbeing and for you to achieve your health and life goals.

This starts with your first visit. We record your full health and medical history. This includes:

Car accidents
Any recent imaging, e.g. x-rays, MRI’s.

Physical Assessment

This will include assessing your:

  1. Posture
  2. Movement
  3. Balance
  4. Muscle Strength
  5. Reflexes
  6. Nerve Function
  7. General Health
  8. X-rays if indicated (in-house digital x-rays available).

This provides a complete picture of underlying factors and enables a diagnosis.

Second Visit

Your Chiropractor will give you a full ‘Report of Findings’, which will explain your diagnosis. There will also be time to have your questions answered.

An evidence-based program of care will be offered, designed to give you the best results in the long-term.
If any problems are found, that are not best dealt with by chiropractic alone, we will refer you to your GP for medical management / co-management.

Adjustment Sessions

Central to Chiropractic Care Plans are spinal and peripheral joint adjustments.

These are specific, precise, rapid movements of the joints. Adjustments are designed to gently and effectively re-establish healthy patterns in movement, posture, balance, and stability.

Chiropractic Care Plans

There are 3 Phases of Care:

Phase 1 – Intensive Care

The frequency of your adjustment sessions is the highest of any of the phases of care.

During this phase of care Chiropractic Adjustments work to:

  1. Decrease inflammation of the joints and nerves
  2. Reduce pain levels and increase movement
  3. And importantly gain better neurological control.

A reassessment will take place after a specified number of adjustment sessions.

The reassessment will take the form of a formal re-exam and/or mutual agreement of the way ahead.

Phase 2 – Corrective Care

The intensity and duration of this phase is dependent on the severity of your problem, how long you have suffered from it, and what stresses / stressors you need to bear in your life. The frequency of care in this phase will largely depend on the results of your reassessment, but will not be as frequent as the intensive care phase.

Many people have a specific health or life goal in mind when they seek Chiropractic care. They have noticed that they are unable to do what they want to, or need to do; or that it is just more difficult now than before.
With better nervous system function your body has the best possible chance to restore you to health.

The aim of this phase is to remove interference to your body’s ability to heal and function optimally.

We are working to deliver your body functional and structural stability. Once stable, you are less likely to suffer set-backs and/or re-injury.

Phase 3 – Wellness Care

There are many people who come to us on a regular basis (e.g. once a month) who have little or no pain and no symptoms. This is a reversal of “the medical model” we are used to, when we only act when signs or symptoms are present.

People who continue chiropractic care, when they are well and active, do so to stay that way!

How much you benefit, and for how long, is up to you. We do not put limits on where the benefits may lead, we offer true health care and optimum life potential.

Please contact us to make an appointment - 01425 620222