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“Bring in any prior X-rays, notes, blood tests, MRI reports or other testing you’ve had done to your first appointment with a new practitioner. That can save you a lot of time and money.” —Robert Silverman, DC, 2015 ACASC Sports Chiropractor of the Year and author of Inside-Out Health
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“When patients feel that they are ‘over the hump’ due to substantially decreased pain or no more pain, they discontinue treatment themselves. This puts them at serious risk of re-injury.” —Robert Silverman.