1. Ask friends, family, and/or coworker's if there is someone who they would suggest.
2. Make sure that they have an active and current license in their state to practice.
3. Take time to see if you can meet with the chiropractor prior to starting treatment. Many Chiropractors will take a few minutes out of their busy schedules to meet with you. However don't expect them to diagnose you at this meeting, as that is best reserved for the time after a complete history and examination has been performed.
4. Ask about services and techniques to be better informed about chiropractic care if you are new to chiropractic care.
1. Go to a chiropractor just because you have heard of them, without hearing from anyone personally who goes to them for care.
2. Go to a chiropractor who asks you to sign a contract for care.
3. Go to a chiropractor who makes you feel like you are at a used car dealership.
4. Go to a chiropractor who promises that chiropractic is the end all be all to feeling well. While it is a helpful component to healthcare, there are many facets to health. These including nutrition and exercise, in addition to regular chiropractic care.