Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is Chiropractic Care?
A: Chiropractic care is a form of natural healthcare that focuses on diagnosing and treating neuromusculoskeletal disorders. It uses manual manipulation and other adjunctive therapies to help you function better, reduce pain, and improve overall health.
Q: Are Chiropractors Doctors?
A: Yes! Chiropractors are doctors who have completed specialized training in chiropractic care at an accredited institution. They must also pass state board exams before they can practice.
Q: How Often Do I Need Treatment?
A: The frequency of your treatments will depend on your condition and needs. Many patients find relief with one or two monthly appointments, while others may require more frequent visits during an acute period or flare-up of their symptoms. We will work with you to develop a personalized plan for your care that meets your specific needs.
Q: Is Chiropractic Safe?
A: Absolutely! We will use techniques tailored specifically for you and provide additional guidance regarding lifestyle habits such as exercise, nutrition, posture, and stress management that can help support your progress. Chiropractic care is also non-invasive and medication-free, making it a safe and effective way to manage musculoskeletal issues.
Q: What Do I Need To Do Before My First Visit?
A: Before your first visit, filling out your new patient paperwork and providing us with any medical history and a list of current medications is essential. It can also be helpful to write down questions or concerns so that you are prepared for your appointment.
Q: What Should I Wear To The Appointment?
A: We recommend wearing what's comfortable and loose-fitting to your appointment. If you have a lower extremity condition, wear or bring shorts.
Q: What Can I Expect During My Visit?
A: Each chiropractic session typically includes a physical examination, range of motion tests, postural assessments, and neurological tests. After diagnosis, we will create a personalized treatment plan consisting of Adjustments ( Traditional, Activator, Drop, or Distraction adjustments), Rehab Exercises, Acupuncture/Dry Needling, ESTIM, Cupping, Massage Gun, Compression Boots, or other adjunctive treatments.
Q: Do You Take Insurance?
A: We do not take any insurance. In order to provide you with the best service and care without any restrictions, we opted out of working with insurance. This will provide you with the best care possible! We can provide a superbill to you for you to submit for reimbursement from your insurance.
* HSA and FSA can be used.