If you have never been to a chiropractor you might be a little bit nervous. Even if you are accustomed to cracking your knuckles or feeling a few pops in yoga class, you may think going to a chiropractor is different.
The first place I usually go for recommendations is my immediate social circle. Do any of your friends, family, or neighbors have a chiropractor they like? Check their Facebook pages, have they checked in to any chiropractors recently? You might see this person a few times a week for the next month, so its a good bet that if your friends like a particular chiropractor, then you will like him or her too.
The second place I would begin researching chiropractors is the Internet. That is where you found this article isn’t it? In Google, type in the name of your town. For example if you live in Dallas Texas, you would type “Dallas Chiropractor” and look at how many results pop up! It’s astounding! The Google Map is covered with dots, which means there are many chiropractors in your neighborhood.
You can begin with your neighborhood; but what if you don’t spend my time in YOUR neighborhood? You commute to work, maybe you have an hour for lunch, and then you hit the gym after work. Are there any clinics near your office or even better, near the highway which you use to commute?
Then begin checking out their websites. An established Chiropractor will have a functioning professional website. Can you get all the information you need from the site or do you have to call? A good chiropractor’s web site will have a contact page so you can also email for more information.