Answers to our most Frequently Asked Questions

Your health is serious business. That’s why we understand that choosing to start chiropractic care requires careful consideration. Below you will find answers to some of our most frequently asked questions. If you need further clarification, feel free to call our office or schedule an appointment.

Chiropractic care has been proven to be one of the safest methods to eliminate pain. Each patient’s health and injuries are taken into careful consideration when creating a treatment plan. We have different techniques for every need. We create an individualized care plan to treat every unique individual. Chiropractic care is safe for patients even with cardiac problems.

Every person is different, and everybody heals differently. Some people heal at a faster rate based on their health and physical fitness, and others take more time. Usually, patients start to feel significant relief in the first two or three appointments. Some patients even begin to get relief after a single appointment.

No. Generally, chiropractic treatments do not hurt. Some people feel sore after an appointment, but it is similar to the way you feel after a really good workout. The soreness should go away in about a day or so, and you will find yourself feeling better.

It depends on your condition and severity. Some patients require daily care while other patients only need to visit once a week.

We treat a variety of conditions that cause pain or limited mobility to our patients. While almost any muscular or skeletal disorder can be treated using chiropractic care, the following are some of the most common conditions we see at our practice:

  • Disc injuries
  • Nerve injuries
  • Back and neck pain
  • Sciatica
  • Rotator cuff injuries
  • Headaches
  • Knee injuries

When you come for an appointment, you will get a thorough physical examination of the problem and a precise adjustment of your vertebrae, muscles, ligaments, nerves and joints so that the damage causing you pain is reverted and healed.

No, we do not treat all patients. We cannot treat areas where open wounds,fractures, or growths are present. Most people do qualify for chiropractic treatment. We will be able to let you know if our treatment will work for you after a single, preliminary consultation.

Yes, we work with spinal surgeons, neurologists, orthopedic surgeons, pain management specialists, physical therapists, and other dedicated healthcare providers in order to give you the best comprehensive care possible.