Frequently Asked Questions
At what point during pregnancy can I come in to get adjusted?
During any trimester. Chiropractic care is safe during all stages of pregnancy. Modifications can be made to suit your comfort level.
How soon can I bring my newborn to get adjusted?
As early as you would like. I have seen babies on the day they are born, and some at a few weeks. Whenever you feel ready is the right time for you.
How soon postpartum can I get adjusted?
Generally speaking, for an uncomplicated vaginal delivery, about 2+ weeks postpartum is a good time to come in for a postpartum adjustment. If cesarean, 4+ weeks is best to allow for healing. Body work is essential to the postpartum body, so modifications can always be made to suit your comfort level. I will always meet you where you're at.
Do you accept insurance?
No, I'm currently not in network with any insurance providers; however, I do accept HSA/FSA payments. I can also provide you with a "superbill" or itemized receipt so you can send to your insurance company for reimbursement. Being out of network with insurance allows me the ability to give my patients the quality of care they deserve without having to treat within the confines of insurance companies.
Do you accept non-pregnant patients?
Yes, I can treat men, women, and children of all ages. Chiropractic care is beneficial for all bodies.
Can I bring my child to appointments?
Yes, you are always welcome to bring your little one to appointments.
What is the cost for care?
The initial evaluation and treatment is $140. Follow-up visits are $60. I reserve longer appointment times than most providers so that quality care can be given.
What does an office visit look like?
The initial visit is a 1-hour appointment reserved to discuss your medical history, evaluate your complaint, perform muscle work, stretching, and receive an adjustment. Follow-up visits are slightly shorter in duration where we will discuss progress and any changes, as well as perform muscle massage, stretching, and an adjustment.
How often will I need to come?
This will depend on what issues you are coming in with and what goals you have for your care. After your initial evaluation and treatment, we will work together to find what cadence of care works best for you and your needs.