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(906) 428-9076

922 Delta Ave.

Gladstone, MI  49837


Email:
DrPatrick@
watersedgechiro.com

Is getting adjusted painful?

We believe in treating each patient with a comprehensive strategy involving chiropractic adjustments, education, nutritional support, and wellness planning. Water's Edge Chiropractic has helped many residents of Delta County realize their full health potential. Our balance of adjustments and sound knowledge of heath care will ensure that you are in good hands.

What to expect from the first appointment

Water's Edge Chiropractic PLC treats the body, mind, and spirit.

Almost everything in life generates some paperwork. Water's Edge Chiropractic is no different.  The difference is, we do the paperwork with you The first appointment will last 30-60 minutes. During that time, a health history will be completed, a spinal physical will be performed, and radiographs may be taken (if necessary). There will be a report of findings to let you know what was found, and a specific adjustment tailored to your needs as a new patient. Following visits take as long as needed, but a typical appointment lasts 5-15 minutes.

Most patients experience a sense of pressure on their back when they receive an adjustment. 

Do I have to keep coming back?

No. Dr. Patrick will discuss a treatment plan with you. It is up to you if you are going to follow Dr. Patrick's recommendations.

Specialize in:

There are more than 300 ways to adjust the bones in the body. Making a noise when being adjusted is normal, but Dr. Patrick is able to adjust without  a "cracking" noise. Be sure to inform Dr. Patrick if you would rather not hear a cracking noise during your chiropractic adjustment. 

  • Arthritis

  • Athletic injuries

  • Back, neck & hip pain

  • Frozen shoulder

  • Headaches

  • Massage therapy

  • Sciatica

  • Spinal degeneration

  • Tendinitis

  • Whiplash

Do I need to hear a "cracking" noise when I get adjusted?