CHIROPRACTIC FAQ

Yes! A majority of insurance covers chiropractic. Our office can verify your benefits such as deductibles, co-pays and the number of visits allowed.

Yes, chiropractic is extremely safe. There are numerous published articles supporting the efficacy and safety record of chiropractic. Chiropractors have the lowest malpractice insurance because insurance companies recognizes the minimal risks involved.

Yes, diseases such as cancer and heart disease receives a lot of attention and rightfully so. However, subluxations (nerve interference) are also detrimental to your health. Since the nervous system is the master system and controls everything in your body, it would make sense that your nervous system should be functioning optimally.

You can have subluxations and not even realize it. Just like a tooth decay progressing for years until the nerve becomes exposed, you could have subluxations progressing till the point it causes symptoms. Only chiropractors can detect and correct subluxations. Our office is proud to have state of the art of technology to determine if you have subluxations.

First, it is important to understand that there is distinct difference in "cracking" your own spine and receiving a chiropractic adjustment. "Cracking" your spine involves stretching your joints beyond its normal range of motion to achieve a popping noise. Of course, this does not align the vertebrae in the correct position. In fact, it can cause an aggravation of an existing subluxation. A chiropractic adjustment is a highly specific maneuver to correct spinal subluxations. Our chiropractic physicians take great care and skill into adjusting your spine in the appropriate correction. We highly discourage anyone from "cracking" their own spine as this may cause further damage to your spine and nervous system. Let our skilled team of professionals make sure that your spine and nervous system receives the proper care it needs.

The majority of people that visit our office for the first time is due to some type of pain and it has affected their lives in some way. This maybe neck pain, back pain, headaches, numbness in the arms or legs, sports injuries or an auto accident. These are symptoms that are more likely related to your spine and nervous system. By determining if you have subluxations and how it maybe causing your symptoms, we address the underlying cause rather than just treat symptoms.

Subluxations (nerve interference) are caused by our bodies inability to adapt to the three dimensions of stress-physical, psychological/emotional and biochemical. Often times it is the accumulation of these three stressors that lead to subluxations. A physical stress maybe sitting at the desk all day at work, car accidents, falls, poor posture, etc. A psychological/emotional stress maybe financial concerns, divorce, or failing an important exam. Biochemical stress are poisons and toxins in the environment and the bad foods we put into our bodies.

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