FAQ

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What makes a chiropractic and sports medicine clinic different?

We have doctors and chiropractors who specialize in orthopedic examination, treatment of the nerves, ligaments and muscles, physical therapy and rehab exercises and joint manipulation. We treat more than back and neck pain, we can treat pain from head to toe.

What is a chiropractic adjustment?

Chiropractic adjustments are designed to restore proper motion but only if it has been performed on the correct joint. Beyond increases in the range of motion, patients can see central nervous system improvements, reduction in muscle tone around the joint and effective pain relief. Problems with motion, whether excessive or limited, you can suffer arthritis and joint damage.

Are chiropractic adjustments safe?

Chiropractic treatment is one of the safest treatment options for spinal and joint pain. It is a drug-free and non-invasive therapy suited for various musculoskeletal conditions. While no treatment plan can be completely free from adverse effects, our chiropractors are highly skilled in joint manipulations that are designed to be safe and joint-friendly.

Do you work with my existing alternative practitioners?

Yes! If you would like for us to work with them we can coordinate care with other providers involved in your care. We welcome other viewpoints from other disciplines. We welcome referrals from allied medical providers or non-traditional practitioners as well, including physical therapists, naturopaths and more.

I have experienced an injury and would like to get an appointment at your facility. I don’t have all of my medical records, so should I wait until later to come to your office?

Your initial visit does not require all of your outside medical records. Specific outside medical records can provide us with valuable information regarding your condition, so if we don’t have pertinent records available we will ask you to complete a record request and release form so we can ask for those records. *Note: If you are a chronic pain patient currently being prescribed opiate pain medications, we do require all medical records prior to your scheduled appointment.

Do I need a referral to seek treatment from your practice?

No. Referrals to our clinic are not necessary, but we welcome referrals from other providers in order to serve our patients in a coordinated fashion.

How do you determine a treatment plan?

The treatment plan is based on your injury or condition and its severity, as well as your individual needs.

Do you treat more than spine related problems?

Yes! We treat a variety of injuries from head to toe. Essentially, if it hurts, we likely have a treatment for it!

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