When you first visit your chiropractor, you should expect to give a thorough history. You will then receive a consent form, which is consent to treat. The initial exam should include a physical exam, a range of motion test, and a neurological screen. After that, the chiropractor will do a thorough orthopedic screen to pinpoint the problem. After this, they will provide a report of findings and provide you with some treatment options. You will receive a personalized treatment plan. After the treatment plan is completed, the chiropractor will reassess to determine if the treatment can end officially or if additional measures are required.