A re-exam for a patient who has not seen a chiropractor for 2 years or more is a chiropractic appointment that involves a comprehensive evaluation of the patient's musculoskeletal system, including any changes or updates to their medical history. The appointment typically lasts between 30 to 60 minutes and may involve a physical examination, such as orthopedic and neurological tests, to assess the patient's condition and identify any underlying issues. The chiropractor will also evaluate the patient's posture, range of motion, and any areas of pain or discomfort. 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. The re-exam is an essential step in the chiropractic care process for patients who have not received treatment for an extended period as it allows the chiropractor to identify any changes or new issues in the patient's musculoskeletal system and create a tailored treatment plan that addresses the patient's current needs and promotes optimal health and wellness.