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Your First Visit

We begin with a personal consultation with Dr. Pittson to determine your individual needs and health goals. This is followed by a thorough evaluation taking your entire spine and nervous system into account and not simply your areas of chief complaint. We often locate disturbances that others have missed that can hold the key to successful health restoration.

The central diagnostic elements are the computerized nervous system assessment and precision biomechanical x-rays to determine areas of subluxation and functional compromise. Initial educational information is provided for home review in anticipation of the second visit. The intake history form can be downloaded from this site and completed prior to the first visit, which shortens the in-office paperwork time.

Click here to download the history form.

New Patients Receive Free Consultation.

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Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:00 PM

Friday:

8:00 am-5:00 PM

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Locations

Testimonials

  • "Wow went here the other day for a back adjustment told DR Pittston that I had headaches from a sinus infection he adjusted me for that and I have not had a headache or plugged up ears for days I enjoy going here everyone is so friendly dr. Pitzen is an amazing chiropractor I would recommend him to anyone"
    Cathy C.
  • "I went to see Dr Pittson a year and a half after my lower back injury from lifting a surgical patient at a hospital, did not expect full recovery from the first visit, but it happened, I went back for a few more follow up visits. Pain free feels amazing! Dr. Pittson and his staff are professional, knowledgeable, friendly, caring and excellent at what they do. Highly recommend Dr. Pittson to all my family and friends."
    Shan-Shan C.
  • "I have been going to Patterson Chiropractic for a few months now for regular maintenance as well as occasional neck and lower back pain. Dr. Pittson makes you feel comfortable and is always willing to share his knowledge, which I really appreciate. He also listens and will adjust you in whichever way you are most comfortable with. The ladies that work there are awesome and so friendly, they truly make me feel like family. Thank you Dr. Pittson and staff!"
    Laurie G.

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