Frequent Questions

We offer several chiropractic techniques, acupuncture, massage therapy, therapeutic modalities, and exercise rehabilitation. For a full list of the services we offer, visit Our Services Page.

Our Doctors of Chiropractic are not only Webster certified through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (14 hours), but each has taken over 300 hours of additional coursework, training, and research through ICPA to obtain their Certification from the American Council of Chiropractic Pediatrics (CACCP).  This special designation is attained by only a small percentage of chiropractors who are dedicated to pregnancy and pediatric chiropractic and pass the rigorous examination.

Yes, we have done adjustments for babies as new as a few hours old. We can help with colic, ear infections, acid reflux, as well as babies who have plagiocephaly – flatness on side of their head. For other ways we can help children, visit our Pediatric page.

We offer massages in 45 minutes, 60 minutes and 90 minutes increments.

New patient appointments last anywhere from 45 minutes to 90 minutes.

Depending on what you are seeing us for, the costs can vary between $150-$185 for a first appointment. Follow-up appointments can range from $45-$75.

There will be the requisite new patient forms and waivers to sign, and we also have several computer kiosks on which to enter more detailed information about your symptoms and what has brought you to our clinic.  During your time with the Doctor of Chiropractic, we do a new patient exam which consists of but is not limited to reviewing your medical history, current symptoms, range of motion, orthopedic, neurological tests, thermal imaging using an infrared scanner, and also evaluating your spinal muscle tone using a static electromyogram (sEMG).  These last two scans are completely noninvasive and will not harm any pregnant or pediatric patients. From there we can determine if you need any modalities, as well as do an adjustment or acupuncture for you.

Ideally it is better to do the adjustment after receiving massage and/or exercises. The massages and exercises help warm up your muscles, relieving built up tension and making the adjustments easier.

The following regulations have been established with the safety of our patients and staff in mind:

  • Patients should arrange to come to the appointments alone unless you need to accompany a loved one or are the primary caregiver or a young child/children.
  • Patient companions should wait in the car, not in the waiting room area. Please call or text us when you arrive, and we will notify you as soon as your provider is ready for you.
  • A strict NO visitor policy is being followed with few exceptions (minors or disabled patients will be allowed ONE visitor).
  • Patients should always wear masks while in the office.
  • Strict social distancing and hand hygiene should always be followed.
  • HEPA filters are placed throughout the office to filter the air.
  • Our patients are scheduled to reduce overcrowding and allow time for the providers to disinfect the tables and sanitize the rooms between patient visits.
  • Patients with a temperature of over 100oF or with a pulse oximetry reading of less than 95% (measure of oxygen circulation in the body) will not be allowed to enter and asked to reschedule.
  • Patients who have fever, chills, general malaise, and are acutely ill should not come to the office, but rather schedule a telehealth appointment.

Please visit our COVID-19 updates page for more information.



Most insurance companies do not cover acupuncture. To find out if yours does, you can ask your insurance company how they cover acupuncture with out of network providers. As of January 2019, our office is only in network with Medicare.

We do acupuncture for a variety of symptoms, ranging from headaches to acute injuries, such as ankle sprains. For more information about our acupuncture services, visit our Acupuncture page.

Yes, and no. Some insurances cover a portion of the massage, but there is a chance it won’t be covered. To find out if yours does, you can ask your insurance company how they cover massage with out of network providers. As of January 2019, our office is only in network with Medicare.

As of January 2019, our office is only in network with Medicare. However, with rising insurance rates, we have found that our prices are very reasonable for our experience level, and sometimes may be the same or cheaper than your specialist co-pay.