For Your First Visit
New Patient Intake Forms
- Adult (PDF) Click here to complete online for printing (Adult)
- Child (ages 0-10) (PDF) Click here to complete online for printing (Child)
- Auto Injury Intake Form (PDF)
What to Expect
The first step toward regaining control over your health is scheduling a complimentary 15-minute consultation. This is a conversation, not a commitment. We set aside time to discuss whether our chiropractic health services can help you with your specific needs. Following the accepted standard of professional chiropractic care, a thorough evaluation is required before adjustments (treatments) are delivered. If you have previous X-rays or MRI studies, we encourage you to bring them to your consultation. No medical referral is necessary for pediatric or adult chiropractic services.
It is important for us to provide a positive experience for our patients. We believe this is best done in an atmosphere that is soothing, well-organized, simple, and predictable. This allows us to give patients our full attention. Every patient is different, so X-rays, stretches, exercises, and other complementary recommendations may be included in your care plan. We enjoy working with patients with chronic or complex health issues. Fussy infants and children with impulsive behavior or sensory issues are welcome as patients in our office.
Insurance coverage is not necessary to use our services. We accept some insurance plans, but in an age of high deductibles and copays, many of our patients find that direct payment for chiropractic care is a simpler, more affordable arrangement. We accept cash, checks, all major debit/credit cards, HSA cards, MHCP, and Care Credit. Upon request, we can generate monthly statements for you to submit to insurance for application towards deductible or reimbursement for services. We will explain our evaluation and adjustment fees during the consultation so you are fully informed before making a treatment decision.
About Your Neurospinal System
Your nervous system is very intricate. For example, did you know that the vagus nerve connects your brain to your heart, lungs, digestive organs, and intestines? Vagus nerve comes off the junction between your brain and spinal cord, travels down the neck behind your ear, and influences organs. Understanding anatomy, it is easy to understand why upper neck misalignments can create an obstruction to proper signalling of vagus nerve and have a negative impact on heart, lung, and digestive functions.
Your spine, skull, brain, spinal cord, and nerves have such interconnected relationships that we often use the term “neurospinal system.” If we identify and correct obstructions to proper neurospinal function, we can help people feel better, prevent problems in the future, and create a better quality of life.