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Chiropractor in Loveland
Located in Loveland
Scott Family Health is different than most chiropractic offices. People come to our offices to have their problems treated, but more importantly, to have questions answered as to why they may be in pain or hurting. As a team, we focus on listening to our patients, taking a good case history and diagnosing the problem accurately. From there, our chiropractors are dedicated to providing you with the type of chiropractic care or physical therapy that you need for your specific diagnosis.
While most chiropractic offices are extremely vague with how long it will take to see the effects of your chiropractic care and are unable to give you a time frame as to when you can feel better, we walk you through every step of the way so that you’re not only comfortable during the process, but you’re prepared for what’s to come.
Scott Family Health is the only full service chiropractic clinic in Loveland. This allows us to put you in the best place for success in relieving your problem, and we do it right in your hometown.
Chiropractors With A Mission
At Scott Family Health, we inspire our patients by educating them about the condition they are suffering from, empowering them with the knowledge to help themselves, as well as experiencing the excellent technical work we do. Simply put, we care and want more for our patients than anyone else. That’s why we’re able to provide the highest quality of chiropractic care and physical therapy in Loveland.
A visit to our chiropractic office begins with a consultation, a complete health history and a thorough examination. The examination consists of the following tests: orthopedic, reflexes, muscular, range of motion, neurological and functional so that the skilled chiropractor that you’re working with can make note of any issues that they see. Objective studies such as x-rays, CT scan, or MRI may be determined necessary after the exam reveals a working diagnosis. If an objective study is necessary, this recommendation should be taken seriously.
Although our chiropractic practitioners may use a variety of approaches, we primarily perform adjustments to the spine or other parts of the body with the goal of correcting alignment problems and nerve interference to the body. A “chiropractic adjustment” is a controlled, specific movement that moves a joint beyond its passive range of motion placing it in proper functional motion. Using our hands, and the assistance of mechanical devices when needed, we will do everything in our power to leave you feeling better than when you walked in.