Do you take insurance?

We are out of network; however, depending on your carrier and coverage limits, you may be eligible to be reimbursed for the cost of our services. While we don’t accept insurance as payment, we can check your insurance to see what services are and are not covered. We can also write up a superbill (a detailed invoice of services received with the medical billing codes your insurance uses) for you to submit to your insurance for reimbursement.

Do the adjustments hurt?

We use precise and gentle adjustments to correct the spine. No “twisting and popping”—and no painful adjustments.

Do I have to get adjusted every week?

Initially, we will need to check you more frequently while we train the spine to hold its new alignment. While this means you may have to stop by our office, it doesn’t mean you’ll be adjusted every single time. We may just perform an analysis to see how your spine is doing.

Once the spine shows improvement through postural analysis we will start spreading out the time between for visits. We have many patients that are on a once every three months maintenance schedule and they are doing great!

How do I know if my issues are related to the spine?

Chiropractors are well trained to screen for acute and chronic spine and musculoskeletal disorders. In our office we conduct thorough neurological, orthopedic, and visceral tests as well as structural assessments to determine if chiropractic is right for you. Our goal is to get you moving better, feeling better, and living better—and to the point where you don’t need us as often.

Do I have to pay for the consultation? What if you can’t help me?

We offer a complimentary consultation and will do a free X-ray and patient assessment. This will help determine if you are a candidate for our care. If you are, then we will discuss your chiropractic care plan and office fees. If you are not, we will point you to a specialist who can best help.