Frequently Asked Questions
What can I expect from my first series of visits?
The first visit includes an in-depth history, tests and consultation to discover if you are a candidate for chiropractic care and if what we do will be able to best help you. The test include neurological evaluation, stress test, and an orthopedic evaluation pertinent, stress or trauma or a combination of the three are causing your current health concerns. If during the consultation and tests we discover that further testing is required, such as X-ray, we will refer you to the appropriate facility.
Future Visits will be to continue to detect and correct health concerns that continue to arise and to help your body establish normal function.
Do you only adjust the neck?
The upper cervical complex is the cell phone tower for your body. If a cell tower gets knocked down, disrupted, or malfunctions in anyway cell service in that area is spotty or non-existent. Now imagine your own personal cell tower that controls ALL functions of your body. Detecting and Correcting issue with the upper cervical complex is vital to the health of ALL functions in your body.
Why do kids need chiropractic?
The average child takes more falls, spills, hits, bumps and bruises than the average adult. Do you think those are traumas, you bet!! Chiropractic is not only safe for kid but you become a genius parent or guardian when you kid turns into an adult and already sees the benefits of chiropractic care.
Do you take insurance?
We are affordable and convenient and work with HSA and FSA accounts.
Once I get adjusted do I always have to get adjusted?
In a perfect world we would adjust you one time and your entire body would work 100%, 100% of the time. But in reality we all know that there are toxins, stress and traumas that occur throughout our life. If those were the original issues that brought you to us in the first place, it is reasonable to say that you might experience toxins, stress or trauma again. So for the benefit of your health we recommend getting checked on a regular basis throughout the year once your adjustment has held and been stabilized, we call this proactive care.
I heard the Adjustment was Painful. Is this true?
The adjustment, when necessary is very quick and over before you know.