What makes our San Jose chiropractic practice unique? It’s these concepts: Our staff is warm and friendly. They care about people and show it. Our office is newly renovated and feels like a healing place. We have an Aveda Spa as part of the facility.
Dr. Seth Lueders, DC, our San Jose chiropractor, takes the time to listen to your concerns and to be sure that he understand them. He offers detailed consultations, procedures to determine the cause of a patient’s issues, in order to determine whether any underlying conditions exist that will complicate the picture (damaged, joints, discs, soft tissues, etc.). It is thorough!
If it is needed, further tests are usually taken. This enables our San Jose chiropractor to avoid any guesswork about the cause of the patient’s condition, as well as have a baseline measurement of the status of the patient when he or she begins San Jose chiropractic treatment.
Dr. Seth Lueders, DC, your San Jose chiropractor, would like to personally welcome you to his practice, Lueders Chiropractic Center. Dr. Lueders was born in central Connecticut, in a small town of about 20,000 people; it was there that he had his first experience with chiropractic care. His father was receiving care for a lower-back problem when the Doctor mentioned the importance of children getting their spines evaluated for misalignments. Incidentally, soon after, Dr. Seth Lueders, DC, remembered waking up...
On your subsequent visit to Lueders Chiropractic Center, Dr. Lueders, your San Jose chiropractor, will do a “Report of Findings,” wherein the patient is told about the current state of their spinal health, based on a continuum ranging from “normal” to Phase-3 Degenerative Disc Disease. The patient is informed that, in order to begin the process of San Jose chiropractic healing, he must “unlock” the stuck bones; they are therefore adjusted that day. The treatment is done in front of a mirror and Dr. Lueders sees to it that he notices the changes occurring during treatment (they always do with ABC! Posture improves, breathing improves, range of motion increases, etc.).
The protocol for checking a spine is very precise. Patients regularly note that this San Jose chiropractor is very thorough — not a “cookie-cutter” San Jose chiropractor, as some may be, and that he takes time with each patient — even though a routine visit is less than 10 minutes, face-to-face. Dr. Lueders asks them if they want the problem corrected, at which time he agrees to develop a treatment plan estimate.
Our San Jose chiropractic patients are informed and educated; they are effectively given control of how they’ll best make use of the services offered by our San Jose chiropractor. In other words, the patients choose; he doesn’t “sell.”It’s about education and informed consent. On a subsequent visit to our office, Dr. Lueders will do a 2nd ROF. During this time, patients are told the “how much and how long” info. The doctor will explain what happens in the varying phases of treatment-relief, correction, and rehabilitation phases.
Dr. Lueders, your trusted San Jose chiropractor, performs monthly status reevaluations to measure your progress. The course of care is structured and monitored carefully. Each patient is urged (required ) to attend a “Patient Orientation Class” where the doctor takes one hour to teach new patients where health comes from, how to get it, and how not to undo the results of your San Jose chiropractic treatment. Without beating them up with information, the principles of chiropractic are thoroughly explained. This helps everyone make good ongoing decisions that will help them, their friends, and family live fully and with greater health!
I am a patient of Dr. Lueders currently under maintenance care. I came into the office on a Tuesday after hurting my back. I could not bend or walk without a lot of pain. He saw me twice that day and I went home iced and rested. Wednesday morning I am 95% better. No drugs, no surgery and no pain!
After about nine weeks along into my course of treatment, I can say that I rest better. I pay more attention to how I’m accomplishing tasks and the impact of my overall posture. I had knee surgery a while ago and the adjustments are even pushing the recovery of that along.