The Conneticut Board of Chiropractic Examiners will begin hearing testimony on the subject of patient awareness and how much patients should know about their treatment.   In respect to informed consent, it is the American Chiropractic Associations position that “there is no substitute for a confidential, in person discussion between a doctor and a patient.  Each patient has his or he own individual questions and circumstances that desreve individual attention.” (read more)

Dr. Overland DDC commented that “Limiting new informed consent regulations to one treatment or one health care professional is not in patient’s best interest and would leave patients with less information, not more.”

At the Midvalley Chiropractic Clinic believe that regular conversation between the treating physician and the patient is vital for a patient’s recovery.  Only by continued conversation about and a specifically designed treatment program for a patients unique challenges can a patient truly heal in the way that is most accomidating and effective for them. For more information about the quality of treatment we offer at the Midvalley Chiropractic Clinic contact us today, and allow us to help you begin to heal.  It’s your life…live it in health.