Frequently Asked Questions

Can I schedule an appointment online?

Answer: We now offer the ability to request an appointment online weather you are a New Patient or a current patient. Just go to our Patient forms page and click the "make appointment now" link. You will need to set up your log in information. (the username will be your email address and the password is up to you) Once we receive the request we send a response email that either confirms or denies the appointment. If we are unable to provide you with your selected day and time we will also give you a call to get you scheduled. We look forward to hearing from you!

What is Chiropractic care?

Answer: Chiropractic care is a natural healthcare method that works with the spine to allow proper nerve function. The nervous system controls all feeling and all function through your body.

Can a person who has had back surgery see a chiropractor?

Answer: Yes! Unfortunately, more than half the people who have had spinal surgery have a return of the original symptoms months or years later facing the prospect of additional surgery. Our low force techniques offer a safe and effective way to manage pain, improve function, and possibly prevent further surgery.

Do children need Chiropractic Care?

Answer: Think of the trauma your spine goes through as a infant being pushed through the birthing canal. Many parents will have their newborn infant adjusted using methods such as our low force techniques. Chiropractic care in infants and children can also help with colic, constipation, ear aches, and even asthma. Many parents report their children enjoy their Chiropractic adjustment and are healthier than their peers.

Is Chiropractic Care safe when I am pregnant?

Answer: Yes! Many pregnant women find chiropractic care helps with pregnancy discomfort. There are even specific Chiropractic techniques that can help insure proper position of the baby for delivery. Our low force techniques can help alleviate symptoms like low back pain, sciatica, and help to improve the experience of pregnancy and encourage an easier delivery.

Are all patients adjusted the same way?

Answer: No, each person is evaluated by the doctor for their specific spinal symptoms. The doctor will then focus on that patient’s unique spinal condition and build a plan to best suit him/her. The plan from the doctor is based off of years of training and experience. This plan will give the best results when followed properly.