What to Expect

On arrival you will be welcomed by your chiropractor. Once you are settled in the clinic room, your chiropractor will take a complete case history. It is from this that your chiropractor will be able to gain a detailed understanding of your problem and start to form a diagnosis.

Once the case history has been completed, your chiropractor will then take some time to explain chiropractic care, our approach to helping your problem and answer any questions you may have. They will also explain any possible reactions to treatment and provide aftercare advice.

Once you have given your chiropractor consent to proceed you may, if necessary, be asked to undress down to your underwear in private and offered a gown to wear. An examination will then be undertaken which will include appropriate orthopaedic and neurological tests as well as range of movement testing. At any point during the examination please feel free to ask any other questions you may have.

After your examination, your chiropractor will then give you feedback and explain the findings. At this point a plan of care will be discussed and the probability of any risks associated with your condition and the proposed treatment. With your consent, your chiropractor will then proceed with your treatment which may take about 20-30 minutes.

At the end of your session, aftercare advice will be reiterated and if appropriate exercises may also be advised. You should allow about an hour for your initial appointment.


BUPA Registered Chiropractor in Burgess Hill, Eastbourne, Bexhill and Hove

Here at SpinalChap Chiropractic we are one of the few BUPA Registered Chiropractors in the Eastbourne, Seaford, Bexhill and Brighton & Hove areas. At SpinalChap Chiropractic clinics in Eastbourne, Seaford, Bexhill and Brighton & Hove we are registered to cover all insurers including but not limited to BUPA, AXA PPP, Simply Health, Standard Life, Aviva, WPA etc.

Testimonials

The pain I had when I came to you 100% improved, but as a bonus I now do not experience many tension headaches anymore (which was pretty much a daily experience).

Jacqui