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Your First Visit

What to Expect at Your First Visit


Just like kids, most adults refer to their experience at HealthSource as going to “the fun doctor” too!  The doctors at HealthSource use the most advanced techniques to detect and correct subluxations and other health challenges. 


The chiropractors at HealthSource use many different adjusting techniques, all of which are very precise. If you are new to chiropractic, we have very gentle adjusting techniques that we can perform without the cracks, twists or pops of traditional chiropractic care.  Many times the adjustment will be so light that you can barely feel it.


Before your appointment, you will read and fill out forms (click here to fill out online), and answer questions about your personal habits and health history, as well as insurance information.  Many new patients don’t realize how a misalignment can be preventing the body from healing itself.  That is why your health history is so important.  Your first appointment should take approximately 1 hour.



Examination: At HealthSource of Sandy Springs, we utilize the safest & most effective techniques to detect and quantify subluxations. We begin with your Health History. The examination covers assessments of several parts of your health and nerve system, which include any or all of the following tests:

  • Computerized nerves system analysis
  • Thermography
  • Digital Range of Motion
  • Surface Electromyography
  • Low exposure X-ray
  • Posture analysis
  • Palpation of the spine
  • Leg length analysis

All tests at HealthSource are safe, painless, and highly effective at evaluating the status of your nerve system and how it relates to your health.  After the test are completed, the doctor will conduct a physical examination and ask you about any past injuries or illnesses you might have.