Upon entering a chiropractor’s office, you will be taken through a thorough consultation and examination. X-rays and other state of the art diagnostic procedures may be used in determining what is wrong with you. Once you have completed all of the necessary tests and procedures, the doctor will inform you of his findings.
The length of care varies somewhat from person to person. The length of time needed to correct your problem will be determined when all the diagnostic information has been gathered after your consultation and examination. Such factors that may influence length of time of care are age, current state of health, past history of trauma, (especially to the spine and surrounding structures), as well as the patients attitude and compliance in making recommended life style changes.
Chiropractic adjustments are extremely safe for individuals of all ages, from infants to greater than 100 year olds. Chiropractic is safe because we only use natural, noninvasive methods of care. Research consistently shows that care from chiropractors is among the safest care available and is literally light years ahead of traditional medical care.
Chiropractic has helped millions of people worldwide suffering from all types of problems and not just back and neck ailments. Chiropractic works with the spinal column and it’s intimate relationship with the nervous system, which controls every organ, tissue, system and gland in the body. By adjusting the spinal segments, nerve interference is removed and the body is allowed to return to its normal functional state. Health is once again achieved. If your doctor of chiropractic has identified areas in the spine that are interfering with your nervous system, he will identify those areas and explain how correcting the nerve interference may affect your level of health.
Costs depend on the length of time required to correct your problem.
Our office accepts many insurance plans and also offers a reduced fee for patients who must pay for their care as an out of pocket expense. We also have reduced payment plans for patients in need of long term care.