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Why do I need X-Rays?

In order for us to better diagnose your condition, we take a look at what’s going on underneath the surface. X-rays are one of the most widely used diagnostic tools in chiropractic care. Seeing what is happening more closely will allow us to better understand your situation, making it possible for us to come up with a more accurate diagnosis and a treatment plan that will be specifically catered to your condition.

We use x-rays as a way to get a better idea of a patient’s condition or injury. Through an x-ray, we will be able to pinpoint the exact place that might be having issues and where your pain emanates. We will be looking for any spinal misalignment and any other related injuries in order to diagnose your condition accurately. By knowing exactly what is wrong, we will also be able to determine what is needed for treatment.

We will be able to decide the frequency and intensity of care needed for a full recovery. Knowing about or finding any other spinal issues that you might have not been aware of can also help you improve your overall health since we will be able to treat that as well. It is important to diagnose and treat these symptoms as soon as possible because it may just fix whatever else might be wrong with your body. A lot of the time, simply realigning your spine can make a huge difference in the way that you feel.


Here’s one of the easiest ways to explain it.

When you go to get your check engine light would you prefer the technician to look at the light and say:

Well, sometimes this means you need a new engine so let me just go ahead and get that started for you it’s going to be $5000, will you be paying cash or credit today?

This is usually no big deal, I’ll just change your oil and if it comes back, don’t worry it is probably a broken light sensor, not a problem. Just bring it back again.

Or would you prefer if your technician popped the hood and used the tools available to figure out the problem and make a diagnosis of the underlying cause of the problem?

You’d probably want to actually get to the bottom of the issue, right? Your health is important. You want as much information as possible before you go all in on big treatments like surgery, or continue to just cover up the problem with pain medication that you have to keep going back for.

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