What Should You Wear When Seeing a Chiropractor in Brick, NJ?

Do you live in Brick, New Jersey? Are you going to be visiting a chiropractor for the very first time?

There is probably a bevy of questions that you want to ask. One that might be chief among them is: what should I wear to the chiropractor?

You'll be happy to find out that the comfier it is for you, the better it is for your chiropractor. No need to dress up for an appointment.

However, if you're still curious to learn more, then be sure to read below and see what you should wear seeing a chiropractor in Brick, NJ.

1. Closed-Toe Shoes

Generally speaking, a Chiropractor won't get anywhere near your feet unless you report significant pain in any joints in your foot.

However, you'll still want to wear shoes that cover the toes of your feet for safety purposes. 

The table that your chiropractor will have you lay down on has metal pieces that you might scrape your foot on. It's better to be safe than sorry.

It's not against the rules to wear flip flops or sandals, but it's better for all parties if you were to wear a pair of sneakers, business shoes, boating shoes, etc.

2. Don't Wear Dresses or Skirts

For a majority of your average chiropractor appointment, you will be laying face down or face-up on the table. 

Because of that, it's best for you to avoid wearing dresses or skirts, so that both patients and chiropractors are as comfortable as possible.

In order to properly adjust your spine, the chiropractor will twist you in several different ways to realign everything into place. Some of those positions might be avoided if you were to wear a dress, thus not leading to you receiving full treatment.

Patients also prefer to avoid dresses so that the fabric doesn't crease or wrinkle while they're receiving an adjustment.

For any other questions that you might have on the first appointment, you can visit this page on what to expect for new patients.

3. Leave Your Jewelry at Home

Believe it or not, the jewelry that you wear can become an obstacle while you receive treatment from your chiropractor.

If you wear a longer necklace, it can actually get caught within the creases of the adjustment table that you'll be laying on. 

Also, for your first treatment, you will most likely be getting an X-ray so that the chiropractor can study how to best treat your pain. If you're wearing jewelry, it can get in the way of that.

To avoid any hurdles, be sure to safely store your jewelry at home so that you can receive a seamless and quick appointment.

4. Take off the Tie

The most convenient time for most people to visit the chiropractor is either before work, after work, or during their lunch break. 

Because of the quick turnaround from work to an appointment, you might be tempted to just show up in the button-down and tie that you were wearing at work. 

However, both will be entirely uncomfortable while you're laying face-down on the adjustment table.

In fact, both will restrict your movements, thus not allowing the chiropractor to give you as full of treatment as you need.

Also, for the same reason, you won't want to wear a dress, you might risk putting wrinkles in your favorite work shirt. That will be especially problematic if you're going into work right after the appointment ends.

To be safe, always bring a t-shirt that you can quickly change into while you're receiving the adjustment. As silly as it might look to you, the treatment is what's important, not the temporary hit to your fashion sense.

5. Only Wear One Layer

Winter times can be especially difficult for chiropractors to give proper adjustments because of the many extra layers that patients wear.

Wearing extra layers harms your treatment in a few different ways. For one, the chiropractor can't get as good of a read on your spine in order to know how to adjust it.

Secondly, when they go to give you an adjustment, the second or third layer will restrict the natural movement of your arms and legs.

Try your best to only wear one layer during your appointment. Remove any coat, hoodie, or jacket that you might be wearing before you lay down on the adjustment table.

6. Wear Loose Clothing

As you can probably already tell this far into the article, the less restriction on your clothing, the better your experience will be.

For that reason, you will want to wear loose-fitting clothing for all of your chiropractor appointments. No matter what treatment methods they perform, it's imperative to have your full range of movement.

Try to wear shirts and pants that offer you as much flexibility as possible. Also, be sure to wear the right material

For example, avoid all denim material. Wearing jeans to your appointment will inhibit your ability to raise your knees as high as you might need to. Try to stick to athletic fabrics such as cotton and polyester.

Find the Right Chiropractor in Brick, NJ for Your Needs

Now that you've seen what to wear to your chiropractor in Brick, NJ, it's time to find the right one for your needs.

Be sure to read this article for more information on how to achieve better overall chiropractic health and wellness.

For more inquiries, please be sure to reach out via our contact us page and we'll be happy to assist you further.

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