Preparing for Your Visit at Macomb Chiropractic
Visiting Our Practice
If you’ve ever gone to a social event where you didn’t know anyone, you know how uncomfortable that can make you feel. Macomb Chiropractic’s goal is to eliminate every shred of apprehension and make you feel at home.
Since chiropractic care involves a series of visits, with each one building on the ones before, it’s important that our relationship can go the distance. We’ve found that one of the best ways to have successful patient relationships is to explain everything in advance. No surprises!
Get to Know Macomb Chiropractic
The more you understand who we are, what we do and why we do it, the better results you’ll enjoy. It’s as simple as that. So, check us out here. Poke around. Get to know us. Then, contact our Sterling Heights chiropractic practice to make an appointment so we can get to know you.
Ready to get started with chiropractic care?
New Patient Forms
New patient intake form Front & back
HIPAA Notice of Privacy Practices
This notice describes how we treat the medical information you provide to us.
Each form is a PDF document file. If you do not already have AdobeReader® installed on your computer, click the Adobe® image to download for free.
How to Become a Patient
By providing you with chiropractic care, we can help improve your quality of life, reduce chronic pain, and give you access to other medical benefits. Visit our Sterling Heights location to experience the wonders of our chiropractic sessions. To get started, you can do the following:
Doctors Are Doctors. Chiropractors are Chiropractors.
Your notion of a “real” doctor probably conforms to a prototype generated by the mass media.
Many have come to think of a doctor as someone who prescribes advice and drugs or performs surgery. Sporting a white lab coat or surgical scrubs with a stethoscope at the neck, doctors are seen as all-knowing, omnipotent and able to save patients in 60 minutes, less commercials.
A medical doctor (MD) and a chiropractor (DC) while different, have both received a degree from a government accredited medical school or chiropractic college and are licensed to practice.
But that’s where the similarity ends because each discipline looks at health and healing in very different ways.
Clearly, these are two very different philosophies. Yet, each has its place. If you have broken bones or you’re bleeding by the side of the road, you want the heroic lifesaving measures of emergency medical treatment. But if you have chronic aches and pains or an interest in wellness, you may want the health restoration possible that is the focus of chiropractic care.