The following questions and answers are provided as a way to help those considering chiropractic or acupuncture therapy. If you have a question regarding either of these subjects or Chinese medicine, don’t hesitate to ask!
- Q: How much does it cost for a chiropractic visit?
A: I discount the cost of a chiropractic treatment when paid for at the time of service. The normal price is $55 but only $40 with payment right at the time of service with the discount.
- Q: How much does it cost for my first chiropractic visit?
A: Many times the first visit is $55 with the treatment and the initial brief exam. If you have a more complicated case or have an injury more time may be required to evaluate the injury and a more detail examination may be required.
- Q: How much does an acupuncture visit cost?
A: Acpuncure treatments are $55 per visit and cosmetic acupuncture is $95 per visit. The cosmetic acupuncture requires more time for precise facial treatment and includes a whole body type treatment to improve your overall health along with the cosmetic application used.
- Q: What payment methods do you accept?
A: I accept cash, check, visa, and mastercard at my office.
- Q: What kind of insurance do you accept? What if I don’t have insurance?
A: I accept insurance associated with auto injuries and medical pay. Call to see if yours is accepted.
- Q: How long is a chiropractic appointment? Acupuncture?
A: The initial chiropractic visit is usually 30 minutes to 1 hours depending on the case. Follow up chiropractic visits are 15 minutes to 30 minutes except when additional therapies are used. Acupuncture treatments are usually 45 minutes to an hour and 15 minutes. It normally takes about 15 minutes to get the needles set and then you relax with them in for about half an hour typically.
Q: What kinds of supplements and medicines do you prescribe?
A: I carry quality nutritional supplementation from standard process. I also utilize quality chinese herbs to address specific conditions that each patient may encounter.
Q: I have been to a masseuse before and enjoy massages, how is that different from visiting a chiropractor?
A: A massage therapist can address the soft tissue and spend a lot of time working the muscles. As a Chiropractor my main focus is correcting spinal misalignment which can cause nerve irritation, pain and dysfunction. Many times patients have tight muscles as a result of the spine problems they are encountering and by correcting the underlying cause, the muscles can finally relax and stop pulling and spasming. If you have tight muscles and spasms that you have tried stretching out and they just don’t relax, chiropractic or acupuncture may help to remove the problems and finally get the tissues to relax.