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First Visit Case History
At your first visit, we will gladly help you fill out your Chiropractic Case History/Patient Information per your request as well as the Symptom Survey Form. Or, download here, fill it out at home, and bring it to LaBlanc Chiropractic on your first visit. Either way, please be as specific as possible when filling out this form. [download new patient form]

Since chiropractic care can and often should be a part of a much larger lifestyle change, Our Symptom Survey Form is the precursor to our nutritional therapy. Along with your adjustments and other forms of physical therapy and rehabilitation, we believe that taking better care of yourself through proper diet and exercise is critical to your overall health. If you share this commitment, we encourage you to take the time to answer questions about your general health habits in addition to your case history.

You will Know More Once Inside Our Door

If you are new to chiropractic and whole food nutrition and feeling a little apprehensive, or have questions about Dr. LaBlanc's specific approach, we are here to help. We understand and are committed to patient education. We welcome your call to speak with Dr. LaBlanc directly and confidentially – even before you are officially receiving our care. Aside from your regular visits, we invite you to attend special classes, read helpful articles and updates in our About Your Health feature, and more. You will quickly see that Dr. LaBlanc’s professional and knowledgeable care, mixed with a healthy dose of encouraging words and a welcoming sense of humor, makes all the difference every step of the way as you learn about chiropractic and your own health.

Nobody Knows Your Body Better Than You
What can I do to help Dr. LaBlanc help me feel better? This is the kind of openness and willingness – the mindset – you as a patient need to have to complement your recommended chiropractic care plan. Truly effective chiropractic care is more than just an adjustment to your spine or joints. At LaBlanc Chiropractic Whole Body Health, our attention is on your total health care – not just your immediate pain. We want to get to the root cause of your ailment, so we can help you eliminate it now and avoid it in the future.

We need your help to make you healthy:
• Ask questions
• Attend our health care classes
• Listen to the doctor’s recommendations
• Follow through on home exercises and nutritional plans

Through clear and consistent communication and education – and a commitment from you – we will be partners in ensuring a healthier, happier you. You have our word on it!

Chiropractic Explained

Chiropractic is an excellent, alternative healthcare option that focuses on the body’s natural ability to correct and take care of itself without surgery or prescription medication.

Chiropractors are the second largest providers of healthcare, second only to medical doctors, and share much of the same educational background and certification as medical doctors. In fact, chiropractic doctors and medical doctors often work together through patient referrals. Your medical doctor may recommend chiropractic care if you do not need surgery or drugs – or as a conservative option before considering surgery. In turn, a chiropractor may refer you to medical specialists including neurologists or radiologists, for example, to complement your chiropractic treatment plan or when recommending lab work or further testing.

Chiropractic treatments can include adjustments and other forms of physical therapy and rehabilitation. There is also a growing focus on health and lifestyle counseling, which does include the use of nutritional supplements.

Adjustments of the spine – and the joints in extremities, including the neck, shoulders, arms, hands, and legs – are sometimes referred to as manipulations and are gentle, manual thrusts that move the vertebrae or joint back to its normal position.

Spinal adjustments may relieve pain associated with:
• Headaches & certain types of migraines
• Menstrual cramps
• Allergies
• Asthma
• Stomach disorders
• Dysfunction of the neck or lower back (that causes arm, hand, or leg pain), including dysfunction typically caused by personal injury (i.e., car accidents or work-related injuries)