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Chiropractor Near Me

Q: Do you take my insurance?

A: The short answer is yes.  Our providers are in-network and preferred providers with all major medical insurance companies including, but not limited to Aetna, BCBS, Cigna, Medicare, UHC.  Please call us for more information.

Q: How much does it cost?

A: Each insurance plan is different.  The best and easiest thing to do is call us at 281-993-2122 and let our staff check your insurance benefits.  If you do not have insurance, we offer a very reasonable self-pay options, please call for our current rates.

Q: Do I have to have an x-ray when I go to a Chiropractor near me?

A: No. We follow the American Chiropractic Associations recommendation of “Choose Wisely” and only request imaging when absolutely appropriate.

So, that means 99% of the time, we are able to treat our patients on the same day as the exam, without unnecessary costs and additional time spent in the office.

In some cases we refer to an out-patient facility for x-rays and expert radiology services.  If you think you have a broken or dislocated bone, an Urgent Care or Emergency Room would be a better option for you.

Q: I don’t want my neck adjusted/popped/cracked, can I still come in?

A: Absolutely.  We treat patients for many different ailments and only touch the neck when it is warranted and when the patient has given us their approval.  But we would also like to inform you, the following MEDICAL research denies any significant risk associated with cervical manipulation.

Spinal manipulation has been well researched and is one of the safest methods of conservative therapy!

There is no firm scientific basis for direct causality between cervical Spinal Manipulative Therapy and Cerebral Artery Disection.

We found no evidence of excess risk of VBA stroke associated chiropractic care compared to primary care.

We found no excess risk of carotid artery stroke after chiropractic care.

There is no robust data concerning the incidence or prevalence of adverse reactions after chiropractic.

Conclusive evidence is lacking for a strong association between neck manipulation and stroke.

Q: Do you do Physical Therapy?

A: Physical Therapy is a word used to describe a profession or degree.  Physical Therapist use Therapeutic Exercises, along with other modalities to aid in the patients recovery.  Our doctors have taken and passed the National Board Exam for “Physio-Therapy” offered by NBCE.  Therefore we use the same Therapeutic Exercise protocols to help our patients recover from musculo-skeletal complaints as Physical Therapists.  However, legally, we cannot use the term “Physical Therapy.”

Q: Do you offer massage?

A: Yes, one of our licensed massage therapists will work in tandem with your chiropractor to facilitate your specific treatment plan. In many circumstances, your massage can  be covered by your insurance plan. We offer a combination of different techniques including deep tissue and sports massage.

Q: Do you take walk-ins?

A: No, we prefer to work on an appointment basis only.  This insures each patient is given the care they need and deserve without being rushed.  If you need to come in asap, the best option is to call and see if we can work you into our schedule.

Q: Are you open on the weekends?

A: No.  We are open Monday through Friday and enjoy spending time with our family and friends on the weekends.