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Welcome to our practice! We hope you find our gentle, research-based, patient centered approach a refreshing change from traditional health care experiences. We welcome any questions you may have.
Making an Appointment
When you call to make an appointment, LaTina and staff answer any questions you may have. We are happy to check your insurance coverage and discuss payment options. If you have questions about your symptoms, or Dr. Strasser’s approach to your problem, he is always available to speak with you.
New Patient History
If you are being seen the same day, or in the near-future, you will fill out the initial history paperwork when you come in. Otherwise you can print out the forms here and you’ll be bringing them on your first visit.
We Respect Your Time
The atmosphere of our office is relaxed and friendly with a comfortable waiting room. We respect your time and we strive to see our patients as quickly as possible.
Taking the Time to Listen
Dr. Strasser will carefully review your symptoms, your past treatments and your medical history. He takes time to listen to your concerns. His philosophy is to work in partnership with his patients in achieving optimum health.
Dr. Strasser’s examination is comprehensive and gentle. He draws on examination procedures from chiropractic and traditional osteopathic diagnosis, and orthopedic and neurological findings.
Diagnosis and Report of Findings
A complete report of findings will be presented by Dr. Strasser. If it is appropriate and agreeable to you, Dr. Strasser will treat you on your first visit.
Your Treatment Plan
Dr. Strasser’s treatment plans are individualized and vary according to what the body needs. Uncomplicated spinal restrictions and injuries are usually resolved with a short course of treatment.