Dr. Mark S. Sielski:
We normally don’t do them the first visit, they’re usually done on a second visit where we have their reported findings. This way we go over the x-rays, we go over the exam findings and we answer the patients’ questions and then at that point once we take them in as patients then we will adjust them.
It’s very tough to go over x-rays, go over exam findings and take care of the patient all at the same time.
We all sit down and put our heads together, so this way we can come up with a really precise treatment plan for that specific patient.