New Local and Out-of-Town Chiropractic Patients in Ontario
We have been able to help many people who were not making progress with their current treatment program and were unable to come to our clinic. We can help you make some informed choices and connect you with the right people in your area.
New Patient Form
Please the “New Patient Form” and bring it to your first appointment.
Download, complete or view any other forms or resources that may be appropriate for your particular situation (“Out-of-Town Patients”, “Special Needs Child Questionnaire”) in the other sections below.
At the Turner Concussion and Wellness Centre, we also recommend our that our new patients watch this video before their second appointment.
Out-of-Town Patients Information
Out of Town Protocol
Treatment protocol for 1 week (3 days) or 2 weeks (6 days).
We practice in the Barrie office on Tuesday and Wednesday and are now taking patients at our Ottawa location. It is recommended that you arrive in Barrie on the Monday night to be rested and ready for Tuesday morning. The initial consultation is done in the Barrie office on the Tuesday at 11:00 AM. This consists of reviewing the patient history forms, a consultation with Dr. T and an examination to see what has been missed and if we can help. For more information on our new Ottawa location, read more about Dr. Rory Turner and contact our office today.
A detailed description of the findings is presented. If we can help, you will be informed after the examination and recommendations will be made.
The usual protocol, if we can help, is 5 treatments a day for 3 to 6 days. The purpose of this schedule is to get as many adjustments as possible in the 3 to 6 days. We have found over the last 22 years that this intensity is what makes the difference. Major corrections can be achieved which usually translate into desirable results.
The treatments are usually spaced between 45 minutes to an hour apart. It is impossible to predict results as each case is very different. With special needs children, some are more co-operative and some are more severe than others. Therefore, results will vary. What we strive to do is get as much correction to the spine and skull as possible in the 3 or 6 day procedure, and then refer the patient to a C.A.T.S. practitioner close to them for continuing care.
In the first 3 days, changes are usually noticeable. In the next 6 days, considerable correction is possible. We will make diet, supplementation and exercise recommendations that can be followed at home.
We are available for telephone or e-mail follow-up to ensure the best possible continuing care.
Special Needs Child Questionnaire
Please complete this questionnaire for your special needs child.