Creating a Plan of Repair and Relief
For true health to be achieved, the body needs to have the right foundation of health care. OC Medical provides unique patient treatment plans to repair, correct, and improve your health. If something is not right with the foundation of your body, we will focus on identifying the problem and improve it to help you achieve optimal health. We have a three-step process to restore the body to proper health.
Welcome and Evaluation
Your visit to our Ogden medical office will include a consultation with one of our physicians to discuss your health concerns and conditions. If something is not right with your body’s foundation, we will address those needs and find ways to prevent surgery and to improve your current state of health. Your body needs to go through a particular plan of care to improve mobility and correct itself. If you are in pain when you come
Your second visit to our office will focus on discussing the results of your initial exam. The corrective care visit focuses on creating a treatment plan that will help to improve your life. Our individualized, prescribed care is used to help the muscles and other tissues heal more completely to prevent additional injury and pain. Corrective care focuses on administering exercises and retraining the musculature to support the correction.
Begin Prescribed Care
Prescribed care starts by teaching patients proper techniques and stretches that they can do at home to help alleviate pain. In-office treatments are designed around your specific needs. Treatments often include chiropractic adjustments, trigger point injections, and much more. Chiropractic care treatments can include a few visits to our office or several visits based on your lifestyle and goals. Prescribed care is designed to prevent regression, and premature wear and tear on the body.
OC Medical helps patients to learn a new approach to healing without the need for prescribed medications or surgery. Find out how our medical approach to healing can improve your life; call our Ogden office today.