New Patient Information
At Broadway and Burrard Chiropractic we are always welcoming and accepting new patients. We are excited to be a part of your journey to achieving optimal health.
A chiropractic visit is similar to other healthcare appointments. After you complete the necessary paperwork, your chiropractor will discuss your symptoms with you and perform a thorough examination, which may include:
- Case history
- Physical examination (vital sign checks, visual exam, listen to heart, abdomen and lungs)
- Chiropractic examination (range of motion or flexibility tests, muscle tone and strength tests, reflexes, sports and functionality assessment)
- Diagnostic tests
- X-rays may be ordered
Once your chiropractor has carefully examined you and assessed all the information you’ve provided, they will discuss a treatment plan and administer your first adjustment. You will spend about 45 minutes to one hour with us during your initial visit.
ICBC Flat Fee Program
We participate in the ICBC Chiropractic Treatment Program. This means that when you are in a motor vehicle accident, all you have to do is receive your claim number from ICBC, and you will be able to receive chiropractic treatments immediately.
ICBC pays the Chiropractor clinic directly so you don’t have to pay the user fees regardless of the number of necessary treatments. Just bring your claim number and adjusters name and number to your first chiropractic visit and we can confirm you are covered.
What ICBC Flat Fee Program means for you:
- No money out of your pocket
- Covered for as many visits as necessary to get back to pre-accident status or when you have reached a level of maximal medical recovery
- Receive professional and thorough care
- Immediate treatment so you can address the pain before it evolves into chronic pain
Chiropractic for WCB Claims
Injured at work? You are eligible to see one of our Chiropractors under The Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB). The WCB Chiropractor is considered a primary health care provider and will be able to evaluate your injuries and determine the proper course of care. You do not have to be referred for Chiropractic care, but you should report your injury to your employer before or shortly after you consult our office.
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