What makes the Cobb Chiropractic Clinic stand out?
The Mission statement of the Cobb Chiropractic Clinic has always been “When You’re in pain, we want to help!”. This simple statement drives everything we do and it guides us everyday with every patient.
The Cobb Chiropractic Clinic has been family owned and operated for nearly 40 years. When you visit our clinic, you will notice right away that a Caring attitude and dedication to service is our first priority. As Greensboro’s leading Chiropractic clinic we have the knowledge, expertise, and skill necessary to help you when your in pain.
Your Doctor of Chiropractic and staff here at Cobb Chiropractic Clinic have been highly trained to help walk you through the steps needed to regain your health and pain free life. At the Cobb Chiropractic Clinic we have been specializing in treating automobile injury victims for over 30 years and are leaders in the field. Not only are we experts in treating the injuries associated with automobile accidents. We take care to provide the proper documentation of injuries, detailed narratives and daily reports the insurance companies and attorneys need for the proper resolution of your claim.
What to Expect:
1.When you first enter our clinic, you will be assisted in filling out the necessary forms by our specially trained staff. We make every effort to make any paperwork as seamless as possible, and much of it is done electronically.
2.After the Doctor has reviewed your case history you will be examined to determine if you are a candidate for Chiropractic care. If needed X Rays or other Imaging may be ordered to assist in any possible Diagnosis.
3.Your second visit will consist of a report of findings, where the doctor will review your findings, go over your initial treatment plan and give you a thorough explanation of chiropractic care. Each of the subsequent visits will consist of any prescribed therapies and Chiropractic adjustments until a re-exam is performed. The total number of visits will depend on how you respond to treatments, and the severity of your injury.