An initial consultation with no treatment is a chiropractic appointment where the patient meets with the chiropractor to discuss their medical history, symptoms, and health goals without receiving any treatment during the session. This appointment typically lasts between 30 to 60 minutes and involves a comprehensive evaluation of the patient's musculoskeletal system, including posture, range of motion, and any areas of pain or discomfort. The chiropractor may also perform a physical examination, such as orthopedic and neurological tests, to assess the patient's condition and identify any underlying issues. Based on the evaluation, the chiropractor will then develop a personalized treatment plan that may include chiropractic adjustments, soft tissue therapy, and other modalities to address the patient's specific needs. However, during the initial consultation with no treatment, the focus is primarily on gathering information and establishing a rapport with the chiropractor. This appointment is an essential step in the chiropractic care process as it allows the chiropractor to develop a comprehensive understanding of the patient's condition, needs, and goals to create a personalized treatment plan that promotes optimal health and wellness.