You may be visiting a Chiropractor in Hood River because of an acute injury or perhaps you want to attain and maintain a level of health that causes you to shine. Whatever your goals are, it is our commitment to you to make each visit safe, thorough, and effective so that you can reach your fullest potential as quickly as possible. Dr. Morrow uses a combination of Chiropractic and massage techniques to help your body relax and get the most out of each adjustment.
What to Expect
Hood River Chiropractor serving the Columbia River Gorge and Greater Portland Area
In order to get a good picture of where you are currently in your own health journey, Dr. Morrow will gather some information and perform a Chiropractic examination before beginning treatment. She will then discuss her findings and recommend a personalized treatment plan. Treatment will usually begin on the first visit, however if diagnostic imaging or further investigation is required, treatment may be postponed. Your first visit will usually last about 60 minutes.
Total Body Treatment
This is the ultimate "tune-up" for your body. A 90 minute session includes a full body massage with Chiropractic adjustments, leaving you re-aligned, relaxed, and rejuvenated!
Chiropractic for Infants and Children
Kids have a spine, too! We use gentle techniques to ensure that infants and children go through the early stages of life without interference to their nervous system. This is extremely important as their neural pathways are being developed so rapidly during this period! Click here to learn more about Chiropractic for kids.
Sometimes your body requires a little more TLC... our extended visits last 45-50minutes and often include a broader range of massage with your Chiropractic adjustments.
Follow Up Adjustments
Depending on your body's needs and the level of care recommended by Dr. Morrow, you will receive Chiropractic adjustments to help your body heal itself and to restore health. These visits usually last between 20-25 minutes and are accompanied by regional active release techniques, myofascial stretching, trigger point therapy and neuromuscular therapy.