Simply visit our website and fill out the forms in the comfort of your own home and bring them with you to your appointment.
We accept a wide range of insurance plans such as Medicare, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, and United Healthcare. We also accept No-Fault Auto Insurance and Workers’ Compensation insurance. If you have any questions regarding insurance coverage, please contact us and we will be happy to assist you.
- Workers Compensation
- No Fault Auto Insurance
- Medicare and Medicare advantage plan excluding HMO
- Blue Cross/Blue Shield
- United Health Care (UHC)- not community plan
Will the treatment hurt?
The treatment is typically not painful, but some momentary discomfort may occur. Most patients experience relief from their complaints, and any discomfort usually passes quickly.
Do I have to come forever?
No, chiropractic treatment is flexible. Some people choose short-term care for acute pain relief, while others opt for a more comprehensive rehabilitative approach. Chiropractic can be a part of a healthy lifestyle, but the frequency and duration of treatment depend on individual needs.
Do back injuries ever fully heal?
The extent of healing depends on the type of injury. Minor injuries can heal completely, but recurring injuries or those with damage to cartilage and ligaments may not fully heal. Chiropractic care, exercise, and activity modification can effectively manage residual effects in most cases.
Will my insurance pay for chiropractic care?
Most health insurance plans, including Worker’s Compensation and No-Fault auto insurance, cover chiropractic care. Benefit levels may vary, but chiropractic offers a cost-effective option for managing various conditions.
Is Chiropractic a substitute for medical care?
Chiropractic is not a substitute for appropriate medical care, and vice versa. Chiropractors do not use drugs or surgery but recognize their necessity in certain cases. Chiropractic care can reduce the need for unnecessary drugs and surgery and improve quality of life naturally.
Can Chiropractors treat disc problems?
Chiropractors routinely treat disc problems, often helping patients avoid surgery. Spinal manipulation is considered the treatment of choice for disc herniations by medical researchers.
When I have pain, should I use ice or heat?
For new, severe, or sudden onset pain, ice is recommended to reduce blood flow, swelling, and pain transmission. Heat is suitable for chronic or persistent areas of soreness or tightness to increase blood flow and provide relief. Applying heat to a new injury can exacerbate pain.
I have arthritis, can I get adjusted?
Yes, chiropractic care can help manage arthritis by restoring motion to arthritic joints and reducing pain and degeneration. However, other types of arthritis may require medical care.
What about physical therapy?
Physical therapy and chiropractic treatment can complement each other. Both focus on exercises and modalities, but exercises recommended by chiropractors are often done at home. Patients who need more extensive rehabilitation or cannot do home exercises may benefit from a combined approach of chiropractic and physical therapy.