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FAQS

For your convenience, here are some of the most common questions asked and their respective answers. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, drop us a message or email and we will respond as soon as possible.

WHAT CONDITIONS DO YOU TREAT?

Chiropractic care, manual therapy and therapeutic exercises are proven effective for most musculoskeletal conditions. This includes, but is not limited to; neck and back pain, tension headaches, sprain/strain injuries, extremity pain, repetitive use injuries and more. I will always be transparent if I do not feel treatment will benefit you.

WHAT IS YOUR NEW PATIENT PROCEDURE?

A "New Client Experience" is a 60 minute session that will consist of completing intake paperwork, consultation, examination and initial treatment based upon your health goals. 

On rare occasions imaging may be required before initial treatment. 

DO I NEED A DOCTOR’S REFERRAL?

You do not! Doctors of Chiropractic are considered to be one of the three primary care physicians, alongside DOs and MDs. Come see us whenever you need and we will work with other physicians to make you any necessary referrals.

WHAT IS A CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENT?

An adjustment or manipulation is designed to address joint restriction(s) caused by muscle imbalance; without correction this can lead to pain, sensory deficit, swelling, stiffness and later on, arthritis.

DO YOU ACCEPT HEALTH INSURANCE?

As of 11/1/2022 we no longer accept insurance of any kind. 

We do accepts HSA and can provide adequate documentation for reimbursement upon request.

Curious why? Read below.

Insurance companies often only cover spinal manipulation even though other services are said to be covered. 

This is problematic for many reasons.


It causes providers to only be able to offer treatment times that are <10 minutes. This means the muscular/functional components are often not adequately addressed. 


-When the muscle injury or imbalance is not addressed, relief will only be temporary. (Therefore longer treatment plans and in the end more $$)


-And, insurance plans often will cost more in the long run due to deductibles not being met.

Additionally, insurance companies do not pay for extremity treatments (wrists, ankles, knees, shoulders, etc) wellness care, preventative care, nutritional counseling, myofascial release, cupping, blading or body work. 

The overall goal is to provide you with cost effective treatment without restrictions; as well as to ensure that my time is spent on your care, not arguing with insurance companies to cover services. 

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