We understand that arriving at a chiropractic office for the first time can be nerve racking. If you’ve never experienced chiropractic care before, you may not know what to expect when you come to our office for the first time. Filling out paperwork, learning new faces, and getting to know your way around the office can be an overwhelming experience.
That’s why at Kraft Chiropractic our aim is to remove any unnecessary stress or tension and make you feel comfortable during your visit with our chiropractor.
In this area of the website, you will be able to take care of the items necessary for your chiropractic visit prior to arriving, in the comfort of your own home. If you have any questions at any time, please don’t hesitate to contact our Troy chiropractic office at (248) 740-9100 !
The next key step is to call to set up an appointment so that we can evaluate your condition. There is no charge for this consultation. If your condition is something that cannot be helped by chiropractic, or needs the attention of other medical specialists, we will tell you.
If x-rays are needed to fully diagnose your condition, there is a nominal charge for the x-rays, but this cost is usually covered by insurance.
We encourage you to make an appointment but walk-in patients are always welcome during our regular hours. Please see How To Reach Us for our phone numbers, map and office hours.
At Kraft Chiropractic we believe that a team approach is the ideal way to help our patients return to enjoying the full level of activity they desire.
There is no evidence to show that chiropractic care interferes with other medical care or physiotherapy. Instead, we work as a team with our patients’ physicians, incorporating all knowledge of your health history and keeping everyone apprised as treatment progress is made.
Several major studies have shown the superiority of chiropractic in helping people with a host of conditions, and medical doctors developed a better understanding as to what chiropractors actually do. Many people have returned to their medical doctors and told them about the great results they experienced at their chiropractors office. Hospitals across the country now have chiropractors on staff, and many chiropractic offices have medical doctors on staff. Chiropractors and medical doctors are now much more comfortable working together in cases where medical care is necessary as an adjunct to chiropractic care.