I would say first do your homework. Get on the internet, speak to friends and family or community. Do your research. Here are four things that I would look for in finding a good chiropractic office. First, avoid an office that’s going to shoot mandatory X-Rays on that first visit. I don’t think it’s necessary. Secondly, stay away from extended treatment plans. Find an office that’s going to diagnosis your problem, make a recommendation on what’s needed, and then change as needed as you go. The third thing is find an office that’s going to help you on that first visit. So many times I see offices examining a patient, have them come back for a report of findings. You’re in there because you’re hurt. Hopefully, you’re going to get some treatment. Try to find an office that’s going to do something on that first visit. Lastly, don’t be scared to find an office that works with other physicians, whether it’s PTs or primary care physicians. I think it’s so very important in today’s healthcare you find an office that has a good team around them to treat patients.