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Frequently Asked Questions

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  • Who can see a chiropractor?
    Chiropractic is safe for all ages! Receiving chiropractic adjustments throughout life will help promote maintenance and prevent some back problems.
  • What kind of ailments do you treat?
    Chiropractors can treat a wide variety of ailments, which include: TMJ Plantar Fascitis Headaches Fibromyalgia Whiplash Sciatica Athletic Injuries and Rehabilitation Personal Injury (Car Accidents) Workers Compensation (Work Related)
  • Do chiropractors just treat the spine?
    No! Doctors of chiropractic are trained to diagnose and treat many different types of injuries including those of the hands, shoulders, knees, feet and more.
  • What is a spinal adjustment?
    The international chiropractic association describes a spinal adjustment as a specific thrust applied to the vertebra utilizing parts of the vertebra and contiguous structures as levers to directionally correct articular malposition.
  • Does going to the chiropractor hurt?
    For most patients an adjustment causes no discomfort. A small number of patients will experience soreness or stiffness. This discomfort typically lasts 1 or 2 days.
  • What is that “popping” sound?
    The Popping sound often associated with the chiropractic adjustment is gas leaving the joint space. It is the same sound you hear when you “pop” or “crack” your knuckles.
  • Will my insurance cover my treatment?
    We accept a wide variety of insurance plans and will work with you for the best possible outcome. Please call our office for more information on specific insurance plans.
  • How long do I need to see a chiropractor?
    Everyone’s treatment plan is different; most consist of 10-12 treatments. This is necessary to properly rehabilitate your body and keep the pain away!

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