Welcome to the new patient center! We understand that arriving at a chiropractic office for the first time can be nerve racking, but we want you to be as excited to get started as we are. That’s why we strive to make you feel comfortable and prepared during your first visit.

Here, we will guide you through the 4-step process of becoming a new patient at Connect Chiropractic. If you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to contact us at (616) 379-9329 or team@connect-chiropractic.com.

Getting Started


Upon arriving at the office, our office manager, Andrew, will welcome you and ask you to complete our required forms, if you have not already. These forms will give us important information about you and your condition. Dr. Blair will then walk you to an exam room, where she can discuss your history with you to see if care at our office is right for you. If chiropractic care is not the answer, we can help refer you to another doctor. 


Dr. Blair will give you a thorough chiropractic examination that includes testing your ability to turn and bend, your reflexes, and other standard postural, neurological, orthopedic, and physical examinations. This important information will allow her to have a better understanding of your condition and how chiropractic care can help you. In some cases, we may need to order more advanced testing such as X-rays or blood work.


After all exams, forms, and testing are complete, we will discuss the findings and whether or not chiropractic care is right for you. If we agree that you are a good candidate for care at our office, Dr. Blair will be able to perform your first adjustment. We will then get you set up for your follow up appointment.


At your follow up appointment, Dr. Blair will present you with her recommendations and answer any questions you may have. This powerful conversation will have an impact on your treatment and, ultimately, on your health; we recommend that your spouse joins you for this talk. Once you understand Dr. Blair’s recommendations and your questions have been answered, we can continue treatment.