When you come to our office we will prescribe a treatment plan. If, for example, we determine that you need to come in for treatment 3 times a week for a month, then we will expect certain results after a month based on you receiving 12 treatments. If you miss appointments and wind up coming in twice a week, you will only wind up getting 66.6% of your treatment during that month. Will you expect the same results?
What if you were to do to your doctor with a sore throat and they prescribed an antibiotic to be taken 3 times a day for 10 days? If you stopped taking them at day 7 or were only taking them twice a day, what would the doctor say when you still had symptoms during your follow-up visit? They would ask if you took the prescription as directed.
Your treatment plan and the associated appointments are also a prescription. It represents a prescribed number of treatments over a specified number of time. If you want to get better, please do what the doctor ordered!
When you are injured in a car accident in Florida, there are certain laws you need to be aware of in order to receive your full personal injury protection (PIP) medical benefits. In this video, Orlando Chiropractor and Auto Injury Doctor, Dr. Jeff Shebovsky explains the Emergency Medical Condition requirement.
Watch Orlando Chiropractor, Dr, Jeff Shebovsky explain "The 14 Day Rule" for getting medical attention after an automobile accident.