Yes, accepted insurances include Anthem Blue Cross, Cigna, and Aetna.

Chiropractors adjust patients by using their hands or a small instrument to apply a controlled force to a spinal joint. The goal of these adjustments is to improve spinal motion and your body’s movement and function.

Commonly treated conditions include lower back pain, neck pain, headaches and migraines, sciatica, arm numbness, and tension between the shoulder blades.

Chiropractors relieve pain through spinal manipulation and stretching; chiropractors can help reduce pain and avoid unnecessary surgeries and medications.

Yes, they are licensed and have earned their doctoral degree in chiropractic care.

Individual needs vary depending on the severity of the discomfort and/or pain. We recommend reaching out and discussing your chiropractic needs with us directly to ensure the best treatment.

Chiropractic physicians achieve a minimum of four years of education at a chiropractic college, preceded by an undergraduate degree in the basic sciences and/or numerous years of experience in a related healthcare field.

Students of chiropractic care must spend a minimum of at least 4,200 hours with their teacher and a minimum of 1,000 hours of fully supervised clinical training with an instructor.

Not only are chiropractic treatments safe for children, but they can also be adjusted for newborns.

When getting adjusted, we recommend wearing loose-fitting clothing and avoiding 1-piece outfits.

Chiropractic care can alleviate pain, restore mobility, and promote healing by realigning the spine and treating soft tissue injuries commonly sustained in auto accidents.

Common injuries include whiplash, neck and back pain, headaches, muscle strains, and joint injuries—all of which chiropractic care can effectively address.

Yes, chiropractic care offers not only immediate relief but also long-term pain management strategies. By addressing the root cause of pain and promoting overall wellness, chiropractic care can help manage chronic pain resulting from auto accident injuries.

It's advisable to seek chiropractic care as soon as possible after an auto accident, even if you aren't experiencing immediate pain. Early intervention can prevent long-term issues.

During your initial consultation, we'll conduct a thorough examination to assess your injuries, discuss your symptoms and medical history, and develop a personalized treatment plan to address your specific needs and goals.

Sessions typically last 60, 90, or 120 minutes, but the duration can vary based on your needs and preferences. Shorter sessions may focus on specific areas, while longer ones provide a more comprehensive treatment.

Yes, there are various techniques, such as Swedish, deep tissue, face lifts, and cupping therapy. Each has unique benefits, and your therapist will customize the session based on your goals and preferences.

In general, massage therapy is safe for most individuals. However, it's important to inform your therapist about any health conditions or concerns before the session to ensure a safe and effective treatment.

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