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How do I know if I am a candidate for chiropractic care?

Chiropractic is for everyone, but not everyone is ready to begin chiropractic care at this time. If you find yourself having “tried everything” but have yet to see the results you are looking for, then Specific Chiropractic may be your answer. If you are reading this right now, then Specific Chiropractic is for you!


Do you take insurance?

While The Specific Chiropractic Center does not bill insurance directly, we will assist you in filing insurance claims by providing you with an insurance bill that you can send to your insurance company for reimbursement. Payment for office fees are due at the time of service and can be paid in the form of cash, check or credit card.


Your insurance coverage will vary by company and policy type. If you plan on submitting for insurance reimbursement it is important that you verify your coverage. The Specific Chiropractic Center is NOT a participating provider with any HMO’s, PPO’s, Kaiser or Medicare.


If you have any further questions regarding our policies for insurance payments, please do not hesitate to call us.


Does Chiropractic really help more than back pain? Can it really be helpful for my digestive system, immune system, chronic ailments and diseases?

Yes, Upper Cervical Specific Chiropractic is focused on restoring the function of the entire nervous system. Contrary to common perceptions of chiropractic, our focus is not on the bones of the spine, but rather on the nervous system. This is extremely important to understand because the nervous system controls every organ, cell, muscle and system in the body.


Therefore, by restoring nervous system function, many patients have positive health changes throughout their entire body including their immune system, cardiovascular system, respiratory system, musculoskeletal system, to name a few.


How long will it take?

Just like a snowflake, every patient is very different. While we are similar in our anatomical make-ups, we all have had different life experiences that greatly impact our health. Because of this, it is impossible to answer this question through this medium. However, based on our years of clinical experience, we have found that it usually takes six months of initial intensive care where the patient will be getting their nervous system checked anywhere between three times a week and once a week.