First Visit


On your first visit,
 you will be asked to complete paperwork including an extensive health history form. It’s very important that our doctors find out as much information about your current and previous health conditions to make an accurate assessment. Please bring any pertinent information with you such as MRI reports or X-rays.   If you are currently taking any medications, please bring a complete list.

Once your paperwork has been completed, you can expect to have a conversation with one of our staff members who will review your paperwork and answer any questions you may have.  You will then meet with the doctor and discuss your condition and what is bothering you.

The doctor will talk to you about what has been found and recommendations for treatment. If you are a candidate for chiropractic care, your first adjustment will be conducted at this visit.

If you are not a candidate for chiropractic care, the doctor will recommend to you some of the top doctors in our area who specialize in the care you need.

Special note to Nutrition Response Testing patients: As a new patient, Dr. Porter will “muscle-test” you and gather information about you to determine whether or not he can help you. The fee for the first visit includes the second visit called the “Report of Findings” which occurs a few days later. The Report of Findings will have your health improvement plan if he determines you are a nutritional patient. It will also include the time frame for healing, the initial requirements for you to get better and the expenses. If you and Dr. Porter agree to work together, then you can start the program.

Dr. Porter’s practice is fee for service, therefore, payment is due at the time of treatment.  Cash, check, debit or credit cards are accepted.

Dr. Wyant accepts multiple insurance plans including Medicare. Please call the office to verify coverage. Our staff will gladly assist you.

When possible, we will call to verify the benefits of your insurance. However, the benefits quoted to us by your insurance carrier are not a guarantee of payment. If the doctors participate with your insurance plan, payment will be due at the time of service for any non-covered services, deductibles, or co-pays. For patients’ convenience, we promptly bill all insurance carriers weekly. If you are covered by an insurance plan that the doctors do not participate with, payment in full is due at the time of treatment. Our office will complete all billing at no charge and all possible reimbursements will be sent directly from the insurance carrier to you.