What should I expect on my first visit?

On your first visit, we will go through a comprehensive consultation and examination to assess the condition/conditions that brought you in.  Depending on the results of the examination and the problems are having, we also have the ability to take advanced imaging and do advanced diagnostic testing.

What is causing my pain?

Pain is as unique and individualistic as you are. The approach to solving your pain must be just as unique.  We use the consultation and examination process to identify the root cause of your pain, unlock the issue, and dial in on the most effective course of care.

What do I need to bring to my first appointment?

In most instances, bring your self as you are.

If you are wanting us to check insurance benefits and eligibility, please bring your ID and insurance card.

If your condition requires advanced testing or imaging that requires special clothing, we will let you know before the appointment.

Do I get charged if I miss my appointment?

There is no charge if you miss your appointment. However, we are a very busy office and we ask that you give us as much notification as possible to allow for the possibility for someone else in need to take your spot.

Can my children get adjusted?

Yes, we adjust children all the time. In the medical community we are known for our ability to adjust children, even starting just moments after birth. Many obstetricians, pediatricians, midwives, and doulas send challenging cases to our office.

Do you take X-rays?

We have the ability to take digital imaging in our office when the condition warrants the use of advanced imaging. Every condition is different and we will identify the need for imaging on a case by case basis based on your examination.

Do you take walk-ins?

Yes, we do take walk-ins. Due to the complexity of our schedule, however, we may not always be able to fit them in.

Do you offer financing?

Yes, we have financing options for care in the office.  Feel free to reach out to us to ask about your specific situation.

Who should be adjusted?

Anyone who is dealing with pain, immobility, decreased range of motion, lack of performance, or those who want to elevate their overall performance, immune system, brain health, or overall health.

Does an adjustment hurt?

No, a typical adjustment does not hurt. With the complexity of damage and injuries, however, we sometimes see a buildup of scar tissue that needs to be broken down. When that happens, often times there is some residual soreness.

How much does an adjustment cost?

Each condition is as unique as you are. Determining the right pathway in order to fix the condition that brings you in is just as individualistic. We use the examination process to help us define which pathway you will go down. We will always go over financial responsibility and costs with each associated visit, especially when insurance is involved. We provide a complimentary service to establish your co-pay or coinsurance on your first visit.

Do I have to go to a chiropractor forever?

No, chiropractic is an elective modality. Each patient will determine for themselves how effective chiropractic care is for solving their specific condition. It’s our goal to fix the patterns that created the condition and strengthen the body around it.