Recommending a Chiropractor to My Neighbor

We just had a new family move into the neighborhood. They’re very nice, and we had them over for dinner earlier this week. The husband told me all about his previous life in a different state, and somehow the conversation turned to the topic of chiropractors. He’s been having some really severe back pain, and he and his wife were joking about how she stands on his back to make it feel better. I’ve been going to the chiropractor for years, so I suggested that they look up my chiropractor in Oklahoma City. I’ve had nothing but good experiences with him, and I always come out feeling better than when I first went in.

They were silent for a moment, and then they agreed that that would probably be the best course of action. The husband said that he generally tried to avoid going doctors, but that he was willing to give this a go. His wife gave him a nudge and told him that she was going to see to it that he went, even if she had to drag him there. I told them both that it really is a painless experience, and after the first visit, he will feel so good that he will want to keep going back for regular adjustments.

I explained some of the procedures that I had had done in the past, and I think that really helped to put him at ease. I think he was expecting that it would be a more invasive procedure, and that it would cost them some type of pain. I reassured him that it is completely pain-free, and it is not invasive at all. It doesn’t take long at all for me to feel better after I’ve had an adjustment. I told him that once he makes an appointment, they will see as soon as possible, and he’ll feel like a brand-new person.