Chiropractic care is divided into two parts- analysis and adjustment
We analyze your body using various tools- our hands, X-ray, heat-reading devices, muscle testing, and/or other tools to determine where there is a subluxation.
When we have located the precise area of your subluxation, we will then do a procedure to correct or eliminate the subluxation called a chiropractic adjustment. It is a gentle realignment and re-balancing of your structural system and a release of deep stress.
Three Phases of Chiropractic Care: As you begin chiropractic care you will start at the first of the following three phases.
Initial Intensive Care Phase- In this phase your body is out of balance and not holding its adjustment. Please cooperate by keeping your appointments and modifying your lifestyle in ways that will help get you out of the intensive care phase quickly.
Corrective or Healing Phase- Your structure is beginning to stabilize and hold its adjustments for longer periods. In this phase our objective is to monitor your progression and make needed adjustments. Many of your symptoms and complaints may have disappeared or decreased in this phase. It is critical however that you continue your visits even if you are feeling better.
Health Optimization/Wellness Phase- In this phase you are now holding your adjustment and your structural system has become reasonably stable. You are handling stress well. Regular care not only keeps you subluxation -free but studies reveal that the more you visit your chiropractor, the greater your physical and emotional health and the less stress and more enjoyment you get out of life.
Insurance and Payment Options
We accept most forms of insurance including medicare, medicaid, auto accident, personal injuries and workers' compensation. A staff member will call to verify coverage with the insurance company and then discuss payment options with you. We will complete this process during your first visit.
Patients are responsible for payment of those fees not covered by their insurance; including deductible and co-payment. Ask about our interest free extended payment health plans. Payments are expected when services are performed unless other arrangements are made in advance.
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