you just need to take a few days off? Is what happened to your body a relatively minor sprain or a more serious fracture? Pouring endless time into googling what might be wrong? Sometimes it can be hard to determine if an injury requires medical attention or not, especially since our bodies usually have an amazing capacity to heal themselves. At Balanced, we are here to help clear up some of the confusion that may surround your new injury and get you on the way to recovery as quickly as possible.
We offer 30-minute free injury screenings to discuss the injury and next steps required to allow your body to heal. Healthcare should be affordable and accessible to anyone, which is why we are offering this service at no cost to you, our valued patient.
What you will receive with the free injury screening:
- 30-minute 1-on-1 visit with one of our providers
- Interview about your injury and symptoms
- Red flag screenings
- Recommendations on healthcare
- A short home program to begin with if indicated
This screening is a great time to ask our providers any questions you may have about the injury. If this seems like a good first step for you, contact our office or use the “book an appointment” feature at the bottom of the screen to request an appointment and the front desk will reach out to you.
Not Sure if you need a Chiropractor or Physical Therapist?
If you’re not sure whether to start with Chiropractic or Physical Therapy in Charlottesville, a short consultation with one of our providers may help. While all of our staff can effectively treat most conditions, you may benefit more from seeing a specific provider. Conversely, if we feel you’d be better served by a referral to another provider we will make an appropriate referral at that time.
Our free consultations with our providers either on the phone or in person in order to steer you in the right direction. Consultations typically last about 5-10 minutes. Call and ask for a consultation today to learn more about how we can help.
If you would like to email a provider with a question, you can find their emails here.