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  • What is the first visit like?
    During your first visit we will have a conversation regarding your health history and why you’re seeking care. This gives us an idea of what experiences you have had that have led you to where you are today, knowing that no detail is too small or insignificant. We will proceed to a Digital Structural Assessment, Neuro- Spinal Functional Assessment, and lastly the Chiropractic Assessment and adjustment. These assessments will give us a clinical understanding how your past experiences have manifested in your body and how it is altering your nervous system’s ability to function optimally. The initial visit will take approximately 60 minutes.
  • Who needs chiropractic care?
    Everyone can benefit from a chiropractic adjustment! Chiropractic focuses on reducing stress to your nervous system so you can perceive your environment appropriately and adapt to life. Chiropractic optimizes the connection between your brain and body. Chiropractic can help you your (or your child’s) body grow, develop, increase longevity and thrive!
  • Why would a newborn or baby get adjusted?
    Birth, no matter if it is vaginal or a C-section, can be stressful on the infant’s head and neck. Studies have found that 98% of infants have a misalignment at the top segment of the spine, the Atlas, after birth. Nerves that exit at this area go to innervate the cheek, tongue, neck and digestive tract. This tension creates misalignments that can cause challenges with breastfeeding, development, and digestion.
  • What is a newborn adjustment like?
    There is absolutely no twisting, popping or cracking! For an infant or child adjustment we use the amount of pressure that you would use to touch a ripe tomato. The adjustment is gentle, specific, and children love it!
  • Do I need an adjustment if I'm not in pain?
    Yes! Even if you are not in physical pain, chiropractic care can help you thrive by boosting your immune system, improving mental clarity, regulating digestion, improving body awareness, and more.
  • Are adjustments safe during pregnancy?
    Yes, we are Webster Technique certified, a specific chiropractic technique designed to address a pregnant body. We have a specifically designed pillow that will allow you to lie face down without putting any pressure on your abdomen, making it comfortable and safe for both you and baby. You can read more about chiropractic care during pregnancy here.
  • What age can receive care?
    We have seen newborns as early as 2 days old all the way to 80+ years young! The adjustment is gentle and specifically designed to address these special populations. The amount of pressure used in the adjustment for children is the amount of pressure you would use to touch a ripe tomato.
  • What are the adjustments like?
    We first start off with releasing the fascia of the body. These contacts are gentle and specific, using our fingertips with pressure similar to acupressure. We then will release any muscle tensional patterns which can feel similar to a massage or trigger point. Lastly, if the body has stored tension within the spine that is when we do an adjustment on the spine, but the body is ready to go back into alignment as we have already released out the tension in the soft tissue so it just takes a flick of a finger to make this adjustment. Many find the adjustment feels like deep relaxation and immediate relief and change. It is common to have emotions release with the adjustment and feel more relaxed and in a lighter mood.
  • What is the Webster Technique?
    The Webster Technique is a specialized analysis and chiropractic adjustment for pregnant women, designed to reduce the effects of sacral subluxation or Sacroiliac joint dysfunction. The technique combines sacral adjustments and soft tissue releases to restore function and balance to the pelvis which prepares the pelvis for the changes that occur during pregnancy and birth. The adjustment is used to restore proper bio-mechanics and neurological function in the pelvic girdle and the adjustment frequently results in optimal fetal positioning. Watch video to learn more.
  • Can Chiropractic help a Breech baby?
    Yes, chiropractic adjustments restore proper bio-mechanics of the mother’s pelvis which can provide baby with more room to get into the optimal head down position. The female pelvis is made up of bones, muscles, tendons and ligaments that hold the important reproductive organs. Any misalignment, or subluxation, in the spine or pelvic bones can create tension in the muscles and ligaments inside the pelvic girdle. A specific ligament release and sacral adjustment prepares the pelvis for the changes that occur during pregnancy and birth by creating a state of ease and balance in the pelvic structures. This results in ample room for baby to grow, develop and move into the proper birthing position. Watch video to learn more.
  • How often should I come in?
    During the initial visit, we will do an assessment that calculates a functional score which clearly demonstrates the ability for your nervous system to communicate. This assessment gives us a clear recommendation based on your body and specific needs. We will then make an individualized plan for you based on your healthcare goals.
  • Can my child be adjusted if they won't sit still?
    We meet the child, or any individual, where they are at. For many children, the adjustment may happen in the play area while they are sitting or moving around with toys. It is not necessary for the child to lay still for the adjustment, we actually like them to wiggle and squirm as their body releases the tension and normalizes into higher levels of nervous system processing.
  • How long is a typical visit?
    The first visit (including the consultation, assessment, and the first adjustment) is about 1 hr in length. The second visit is 30 minutes in length as we we will review your assessment, the changes you noticed, and a follow up adjustment. Afterwards, adjustments take 15-20 minutes.
  • Do you accept insurance?
    We are out-of-network with all insurances, however, we do accept Flex Spending / Health Savings cards. If your insurance plan offers out-of-network coverage or benefits, we can provide itemized statements for you to submit to your insurance for direct reimbursement.

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