Chiropractic is a licensed health care profession that emphasizes the body’s ability to heal itself. Treatment typically involves manual therapy, often including spinal manipulation. Other forms of treatment, such as exercise and nutritional counseling, may be used as well.

Chiropractors approach patient care in a manner similar to that used in conventional medicine. They interview the patient, obtain a detailed health history, perform an examination, do tests, and develop a working diagnosis. They then develop a management plan, start treatment, and monitor the patient’s progress. Chiropractors often treat problems related to the musculoskeletal system.

The manual treatment methods used by chiropractors range from stretching and sustained pressure to specific joint manipulations, which are usually delivered by hand and involve a quick and gentle thrust. The purpose of the manipulations is to improve joint motion and function. Manipulations are most commonly done on the spine, but other parts of the body may also be treated in this way.

Chiropractic care costs . . .

The same as, or less than, other types of health care and is included in most health insurance plans.

Chiropractors collaborate . . .

with other health-care providers every day. They are trained to refer you to the appropriate specialist when needed.

Price List of Treatments

  • Initial Appointment
  • Initial Appointment (Senior/Student/Child)
  • 20 Min Follow-Up Treatment
  • 30 Min Upgrade