How do you schedule an appointment?
You can call our office and our friendly staff will be happy to see what times work best with your schedule, obtain your demographic information and schedule an appointment for you.
Do you take insurance?
Yes. We take all major insurance.
Do I have to have a referral?
This depends on your specific insurance policy. We would be happy to assist you in determining this.
What is Chiropractic Manipulation?
Chiropractic manipulation safely and effectively restores misalignment and joint motion to the restricted joint.
How often do I have to come for an adjustment?
Treatment is based on each individual’s diagnosis. It is not the same for everyone.
What is traction?
Cervical or Lumbar Traction is a patented medical technology that gently stretches the spine and decompresses the discs. Traction Treatment is able to reduce the pressure in the lumbar spine, relieving the pressure on pinched nerves. In short, traction breaks the cycle of pain caused by bulging and degenerated discs and helps the body heal itself.
What is involved in completing the Traction Program?
A patient is required to come 25 consecutive days over a 5 week period. During these 25 days, the patient will be monitored by the Traction technician and their progress reviewed daily by the doctor. Each day the patient participates in a 45 minute Cervical or Lumbar Traction treatment and then receives some modalities. ie. ultrasound, electrical stimulation, cryo and / or a light massage over treatment area.
Can I fill out forms before my first appointment?
Yes you may download our forms from our website and bring with you. We encourage you to do so as well to expedite your initial visit wait time.
What services do you offer?
Chiropractic, Physical Therapy and Pain Management.
What type of Chiropractic treatments are offered?
Standard gentle spinal manipulation, flexion/distraction adjustments, Activator manipulation, Spinal Decompression traction, Soft tissue treatments to include ART, Cupping, Graston and manual massage, physiotherapy modalities to include ultrasound and electrical stimulation, and therapeutic exercise to assist with flexibility and strengthening.