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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Will insurance cover my treatment?

A. Insurance coverage depends on a few different factors. The first, and most important, is whether or not your deductible has been met. Even if we accept your insurance, unless your deductible has been met, insurance will not typically help pay for your treatment. Most insurance companies give you a set number of visits per year that they will count towards your benefit coverage.

Unless you plan on reaching your deductible during the year, most patients find that privately paying for their treatment allows them much more control over their care and in most cases saves them money. Click here to visit our Insurance page to learn more.

Q. How many visits do I need?

A. This is perhaps the most difficult question to answer as healthcare needs vary greatly between individuals. Our goal at Elite Spinal Performance Chiropractic is to treat only as much as is necessary and then to maintain the progress that has been made.

Q. What do you treat?

A. Chiropractic has successfully been used to treat a wide variety of symptoms while others use it solely for preventive measures and increased quality of life. While most people think that chiropractors are simply for low back pain, there is much more to the story. In reality we are doctors of the nervous system who have studied how the spine (which houses the spinal cord) influences the health of the entire nervous system. 

Common symptoms that we treat are:

  • Headaches/Migraines

  • Bed wetting

  • Disc pain

  • Whiplash

  • Chronic pain

  • Sciatica

  • Knee and hip pain

  • Arm and leg numbness

  • Athletic injuries

  • Organ dysfunction

  • Pregnancy related pain

  • Fatigue

  • Frozen Shoulder

We also treat many special cases not mentioned above. To see if you are a good candidate for care please contact our office for your free consultation.

Q. Are all chiropractors the same?

A. Just like doctors who have received their DDS, MD, or DO, Doctors of Chiropractic (DC) also have their own areas of specialty. Within this, just like within every profession, there is also the added level of knowledge, experience, and talent that varies with each chiropractor.

Q. Why should I see a chiropractor?

A. Whether you have pain or not, a skilled chiropractor can help most people achieve a better state of health. This has everything to do with our primary focus being the nervous system. The nervous system is responsible for 3 main aspects in the body: movement, sensation, and organ function. For most, it is pretty obvious when the parts of the nerve responsible for movement and sensation are not working correctly. This is typically what signals them to seek help. When the nerve function to an organ is not 100%, most do not seek attention because it neither hurts them nor keeps them from moving. Because our treatment is centered around spine and spinal cord health, we are able to detect and correct these problems early on. This is why chiropractors may work on additional areas of the spine whether or not you are experiencing symptoms.

Ultimately the choice is up to you, but it is hard to argue with having a nervous system that works better.

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