Here Are Some Frequently Asked Questions That Our Team Has Taken The Time To Answer For You.

What Should I Expect On My First Visit?

Your initial visit will start with a conversation regarding your medical history

As well as current pain points, goals, and lifestyle, it will generally last anywhere from 60 to 90 minutes, and we ask that you wear comfortable clothes. Our team will administer a physical exam that will help us determine the cause of your discomfort. We’ll design a program centered around your needs, offering the safest, quickest solutions to keep your pain from recurring, so office visits with us become a thing of the past.

Your plan begins on Day 1 in our office, so come prepared to work, and we’ll be prepared to provide chiropractic solutions, take-home exercise, active health options, massage therapy, and more for a holistic approach to your wellness.

What Are All The Conditions You Treat?

In addition to the conditions outlined on the conditions page, we also treat:


  • Wrist pain
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Extremities pain
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Hip pain
  • Achille’s tendon pain
  • Plantar fasciitis 
  • Pinched nerves
  • Soft-tissue adhesions
  • Disc herniation
  • Disc injuries
  • Disc bulge
  • Scoliosis
  • Joint pain
  • Degenerative joint disease
  • Mobility issues
  • Failed back surgery
  • Post-surgical back pain
  • Muscle sprains, strains, and tears
  • Tennis and golfer’s elbow
  • Overuse injuries
  • Shin splints
  • Jumper’s knee and runner’s knee
  • Rotator cuff syndrome
  • Impingement syndrome
  • Iliotibial band syndrome

What Are The Benefits of Chiropractic Care?

Our chiropractic care will be of benefit whether your daily physical activity is walking the dog, riding your bike to school, taking a yoga class, hiking a trail, training for a marathon, or maybe you haven’t found a daily physical activity yet. No matter where your activity level lies, we’re ready to get you out of pain and to find an active care plan for you. Keeping your muscles, joints, and tendons healthy and strong contribute to a pain-free, uninjured body. 

Who Are the Patients You Normally Treat?

We know that a reliable, resilient body inspires the confidence needed to live your life to the fullest.

Getting your body working at its peak potential takes some work, but having an active, healthy lifestyle plays a big role in that. Our clinic is ready to advise you and guide you through a healing plan that stops pain as it retrains your body, ridding you of poor habits and helping you meet your wellness goals. If you’re looking to find comfort and overall life improvement, we’re here to help. 


Some of our patients include: 

  • Postnatal patients
  • Prenatal patients
  • Pediatric patients
  • Desk workers and new remote workers
  • Athletic sportspeople
  • Active and inactive patients
  • Middle and high school athletes
  • High-performance, athletic patients
  • Overuse patients (work-related, sports-related, poor habit-related)
  • Weekend warrior patients
  • Rehabilitation patients
  • Auto accident patients
  • And more

What to do after your see the chiropractor

Avoid sitting for long periods of time after seeing the chiropractor, if possible, and enjoy the mobility that your adjustment has created by going for a long walk, or take a bike ride. If you are headed back to work and have the option of a standing desk—utilize it!

What to wear when coming to the chiropractor

Be sure to wear comfortable and loose clothing that will not interfere or get in the way of the tratment you are booked for.

How often should you get adjusted by a chiropractor?

When you are just starting a new treatment plan, it's common to have adjustments multiple times a week. As your body begins to heal, that number could drop to just once a week. And if you are pain-free and simply want to maintain your lifestyle, you might only need to get an adjustment once or twice a month.

How do I prepare for a chiropractor visit?

Before the appointment

  • Eat a light meal or snack that’s high in protein
  • Drink plenty of water and make sure you’re well hydrated
  • Take a short walk or engage in activities that get you up and moving
  • Take note of pain or discomfort so you can relay them appropriately to a chiropractor

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