This visit will last approximately 1.5 hours and consist of a history, examination, and clinical decision-making. If treatment is an appropriate option, details of the proposed plan will be discussed with the patient. If the patient is in agreement, self-care instructions will be given, allowing the patient to immediately begin “fixing” their problem.
Please bring or dress in clothing you are comfortable moving around in such as a t-shirt and sweatpants/shorts.
Our business is committed to our core values and principle of providing the highest quality care to our patients. Our incentive is simply to do what is best for the patient. Consequently, we are very selective about our participation in various insurance plans, as most have very low reimbursement rates. We strive to provide the best clinical care with exceptional customer service at affordable rates.
Our service and care is so unique and exceptional that our patients and local physicians continue to recommend us to others.
Most patients (about 90%) are discharged from our care in 6 or less visits.
No. Our approach focuses on self treatment. Chiropractic adjustments are not self treatment and therefore are used sparingly. Further, we only provide care that you desire.
Yes. Many headache patients respond favorably to our treatment approach.
Yes, soft tissue massage can be a helpful part of a treatment program. We work with Body Sense Wellness Center. Check out their website www.bodysensewellness.com
Probably not, as the majority of people with these conditions improve with appropriate conservative care. However, if progressive muscle weakness occurs, the individual may be a surgical candidate. If the pinched nerve is associated with any bowel or bladder dysfunction, an urgent surgical consultation is required.
Yes. We see patients with extremity (e.g. shoulder, knee, elbow, wrist, hips) pain.
Yes. The majority of these cases respond successfully with our treatment approach. We will rapidly discover non-responders and assist them in getting to the right provider.
Yes, as spinal abnormalities are common, even in patients who feel good. The MRI is a highly sensitive test that often reveals abnormalities in patients who have no pain or the findings do not correlate to the patient’s pain. Spinal changes seen on an MRI are often related to age, like graying hair or wrinkling skin, not symptoms.