FAQ

Are chiropractors real doctors?
The Doctor of Chiropractic degree is a post doctorate degree, the same as a Doctor of Medicine, or Doctor of Dentistry degree. The degree is obtained after a pre-requisite course of study in undergraduate course work is completed. Some states require a four-year bachelor degree before the candidate becomes eligible for their chiropractic license. The chiropractic school curriculum is very similar to that of medical and dental school, with a greater emphasis on anatomy, physiology and chiropractic care.
Will it hurt?
There may be some discomfort. Most patients are in pain before care begins. We make every effort to make care as comfortable as possible.
How many times will I have to be treated?
Treatment time varies with each individual patient. Some factors to consider are your condition, degree of health and what you want to obtain from your care. Studies show most patients show favorable results in an average of 12 treatments. Some complicated cases, such as accident and trauma victims may take longer to treat and rehabilitate.
Is chiropractic safe for pregnant women?
Yes. The birthing process can be very difficult on the mother's biomechanical structure. Many women experience back pain for the first time during pregnancy and this can be cared for in a safe and drug free manner without harm to the mother or unborn child.
Can chiropractic benefit children?
Yes. Children can experience relief from the same problems that affect adults. The activity level of children results in falls and minor injuries which make them excellent candidates for chiropractic care.
Will my insurance cover chiropractic care?
Most insurance companies do cover chiropractic care. Each policy is different, and our staff will pre-verify and inform you of your benefits whenever possible.
Why do I need X-rays?
X-rays allow the doctor to visualize the patient's spine and joints to determine a proper course of treatment. They also enable him to make a referral to another type of provider if necessary, so that the patient may receive the best care possible.
What types of conditions are improved by chiropractic care?
What types of conditions are improved by chiropractic care? Some examples of conditions improved by chiropractic care are: Headaches Shoulder and arm pain Numbness in most areas Sports injuries Disc problems Infant conditions such as colic and ear infections   Neck and back pain Leg and foot pain Tingling Injuries sustained in automobile accidents Osteoporosis Pinched nerves
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