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And if you can't find your question here, give us a call!

How does mobile chiropractic/massage work?

After you book your appointment, you'll be prompted by our online system to fill out your intake forms. On the day of your appointment, you can expect your provider to show up at the address you provide at the time of your appointment. The appointment can take place in your home or office. At the end of your appointment, they'll make suggestions for further treatment or other treatment options.

Is getting adjusted safe?

Usually when we're asked this question, the patient is most concerned about a stroke or a fracture. Here's the good news: adjusting is very safe. Most research studies show that you are more likely to be struck by lightening than suffer a stroke after a chiropractic adjustment. And fractures? Unless you're osteoporotic, the risk is very small (and if you are osteoporotic, there are still safe adjusting options for you!). A chiropractic adjustment is meant to be fast, not forceful. With the amount of force we use in an adjustment, a fracture is highly unlikely.

Do you treat my complaint?

We treat a variety of complaints. We treat most neuromusculoskeletal complaints (like neck pain, low back pain, sciatica, disc herniations, shoulder pain, etc.). If you're wondering if we can treat your complaint, give us a call! If we can't treat your condition, we can often help you find another provider that can.

Do you accept insurance?

We do not, but we are able to offer our patients a superbill. A superbill is a bill that you are able to submit to your own insurance company for reimbursement.

However, we DO accept HSA (Health Savings Account) and FSA (Flexible Spending Account) cards!

How long do I need to continue treatment?

This depends on a lot of factors. Your doctor will be able to give you a better idea of this after you have completed your initial exam. However, we are not the type of clinic to tell you to continue treatment forever after your initial complaint has been addressed. While there are different conditions that can benefit from ongoing care, we often leave the choice of continued "maintenance care" to the patient.

How much does it cost?

This depends on the type of service you're looking for: individual mobile visits, family or group visits, or corporate wellness. We don't nickel-and-dime our patients for every service we provide. We charge one fee that is all-inclusive for whatever services your particular case needs. Give us a call for more information!

What is included in my treatment?

It depends on what your doctor puts in your treatment plan. It could include any combination of adjusting, exercise prescription and rehab, nutritional recommendations, soft tissue treatment, or neurologically-based rehab. But no matter what your treatment plan includes, it is always the same flat rate per visit.

Do you take X-rays or other imaging?

It depends on a few things. Was there a trauma? Are you having neurological symptoms down your arms or legs? How old are you? There are many factors that come into this decision. We also do not practice any techniques that require x-ray analysis. 

I don't like hearing a "cracking" noise. Is there something that can be done?

Absolutely! In order to get adjusted, you actually don't need to hear a cracking noise, or "cavitation". That noise is just a byproduct of gas being exchanged between the two surfaces of a joint. It's nothing to be afraid of; however, if it still makes you nervous, there are plenty of other adjusting techniques that do not involve a cavitation. Just let us know that it bothers you and we'll be happy to adjust you a different way.

What kind of techniques do you practice?

We practice Gonstead, Diversified, Thompson, Flexion-Distraction, Activator I, and Webster.

Where are you located?

Wherever you are! We 100% mobile. We come to you!

Please note: we do not have a physical clinic.

What areas do you serve?

Please visit our Areas Served page for a complete list. We currently serve areas in Colorado. Service in Maryland will be starting April 17, 2023.

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