We have a Referral Program

For every New Patient that comes in under an existing patient’s name, gives the existing patient $20 off at their next appointment.

If you’re new to chiropractic care and want to learn more or find a chiropractor, here are some helpful resources and steps to get you started:
Chiropractic Organizations
American Chiropractic Association (ACA): The ACA provides information about chiropractic care, helps you find chiropractors in your area, and offers resources for patients.

International Chiropractors Association (ICA): The ICA is another reputable organization that offers information about chiropractic care and can help you find chiropractors.

Online Directories
Use online directories provided by the ACA or ICA to search for licensed chiropractors in your area.
Health Insurance Provider
Contact your health insurance provider to determine if chiropractic care is covered under your plan. They can also provide a list of in-network chiropractors.
Ask friends, family members, coworkers, or your primary care physician for recommendations if they have had positive experiences with chiropractors.
Research Chiropractors
Once you have a list of potential chiropractors, research their backgrounds, credentials, and patient reviews online to help you make an informed decision.
Schedule a consultation or initial appointment with a chiropractor you are considering. This allows you to discuss your health concerns, treatment options, and get a sense of their approach and personality.
Ask Questions
During your consultation, don’t hesitate to ask questions about the chiropractor’s experience, treatment techniques, and what to expect during care.
Treatment Plan
If you decide to move forward with chiropractic care, ensure that the chiropractor provides a personalized treatment plan tailored to your specific needs and goals.
Understanding Costs
Discuss the cost structure of chiropractic care, including fees for consultations, adjustments, and any additional services. Be clear about payment options.
Consent and Informed Decisions
Make informed decisions about your care and treatment options. Ensure you understand the benefits, potential risks, and alternatives.
Maintain open communication with your chiropractor throughout your treatment. Be honest about your symptoms, concerns, and any changes in your condition.
Patient Education Materials
Many chiropractors provide patient education materials and resources to help you understand your condition and the care you’re receiving.
Second Opinions
If you have doubts or reservations about your chiropractor’s diagnosis or treatment plan, consider seeking a second opinion from another healthcare provider.
Remember that your health and well-being are paramount, so take your time to find a chiropractor who meets your specific needs and makes you feel comfortable. Effective communication with your chiropractor and actively participating in your care are key to achieving positive results from chiropractic treatment.