How to Choose a Chiropractor
The real trick to finding a BYU chiropractor is finding a professional that you can trust. A visit with a chiropractor requires extensive amounts of physical contact, and that can feel invasive when you don’t have the right chiropractor. When you feel like your personal space has been invaded then you get stressed, and that added stress will only tighten your muscles more and reduce the effectiveness of the treatment. In order to get the most benefit out of your chiropractic appointment you need to find a chiropractor that you trust both medically and personally.
Finding a chiropractor that you can trust medically is a matter of choosing someone with a good reputation. Chiropractors are one of those types of medical professionals that people like to talk about. You can ask your friends and family about the chiropractors they have visited and find out whom they would recommend. These former patients might prefer a certain chiropractor because they have a masseuse on staff, or because the appointments are always short, or because they have the latest technology at their disposal, or simply because they solved a problem that no one else was able to solve. You can weigh these different benefits and determine which ones matter most to you in choosing a chiropractor.
Once you have established that your potential chiropractor has the medical qualifications that you are looking for, you need to find someone you are comfortable visiting. Locate a chiropractor who not only has an office that you feel comfortable being in, but a staff that you feel comfortable being around. Chiropractors must touch your skin and manipulate your body, and you don’t want to be touched by a chiropractor who makes you uncomfortable. It only takes one untoward comment or one inappropriate look to be permanently uncomfortable in a chiropractor’s office. The discomfort that comes when you don’t trust a BYU chiropractor makes your medical problem worse.
The best combination of medical skill and comfortable personalities comes from Dr. Laney Nelson and Dr. Tyler Nelson at Camp4 Human Performance. Together they have years of experience tending to sports injuries as the BYU chiropractor, and that experience is utilized to help you get better. At the same time they provide a friendly and comfortable environment where your own relaxation can add to the treatment they offer. They have a long history of not only helping their patients get well, but treating them with respect while they do so. Call (801) 829-9500 to find out more!
Camp4 Human Performance
1951 West 4700 South Suite 2
Taylorsville, Utah 84129
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