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WHAT TO EXPECT

Pricing

First Visit (1 hr): $145 - $155

This visit includes an initial consultation, comprehensive evaluation, and adjustments.

We will e-mail any necessary paperwork for you to complete before your visit. If paperwork is not completed before the initial visit, please arrive at least 20 minutes before your appointment otherwise we may need to reschedule your appointment.

Second Visit (Report of Findings - 30 min): $45 - $55

At the second visit we will go over your evaluation findings and individualized care plan. If you agree with the doctor's recommendations and would like to move forward with care, this visit also includes an adjustment and any necessary therapies.

Re-Evaluation Visit (30 min): $65

This visit is for practice members who haven't been to our office in over six months. We will review any changes in your health history and goals and do a re-evaluation to assess changes in your neuromusculoskeletal system. Our doctors will determine if an active care plan or wellness care plan is best moving forward and provide necessary adjustments.

Updated paperwork may be necessary for this visit. We will e-mail paperwork prior to your visit; however, if you are unable to complete it before the visit please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment time.

Active Care Adjustments (15 min): $45 - $55

Active care is for practice members who are currently on a care plan recommended by our doctors in order to help reduce symptoms such as pain and normalize positive evaluation findings found on the initial or re-evaluation visit. Practice members that are not following their recommended care plan and would like symptom relief from infrequent adjustments also remain in the active care adjustment phase.

Wellness Care Adjustments (15 min): $45

Wellness care is for practice members who have completed their active care plan and are no longer experiencing symptoms and positive findings found on the initial or re-evaluation visit. Wellness adjustments help to maintain and optimize whole body health and wellness.

ChiroHealthUSA Plan

ChiroHealthUSA (CHUSA) is a self-pay program that allows for further discounts and family discounts beyond the normal self-pay price. This plan can be helpful for those in many situation such as high deductible plans, financial hardship, families, etc. Please call us for further inquiry and for a more detailed outline of pricing.

Insurance

Practice members that are able to use insurance for chiropractic care should contact their insurance provider for more information on coverage and benefits regarding chiropractic care. Due to the wide variety of insurance plans and coverage, we may only be able to provide you with an estimate for cost of care. However, this does not guarantee coverage, number of visits, or how much you may owe for services once rendered. It is best to call your insurance prior to beginning care. See our FAQ section under the "What To Expect" tab for more information on which of our doctors accept insurance and other common insurance related questions.
* pricing does not include all available services such as therapies
 
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Policies

Cancellation Policy

We understand unexpected events happen and will do our best to accommodate schedules. However, please be courteous and adhere to your allotted appointment time or provide advanced notice of at least 24 hours to reschedule or cancel your appointments. This will help ensure we meet the needs of all our practice members and those waiting to get an appointment. An email, text, or social media message does not qualify as a cancellation. Please call to cancel or reschedule an appointment. If cancellations made less than 24 hours before your scheduled appointment time become frequent, we will schedule a time to revisit our policies and the possibilities of scheduling in the future.  If cancellation occurs less than 24 hours before your appointment time or you don't show up for the Initial Visit twice, you will no longer be able to schedule an appointment with us.

Late Arrival Policy

Appointment times are reserved with the appropriate time needed to best serve you and your family in a non-rushed manner. In order to give you and all our practice members the best care - while also respecting our time - we must adhere to the scheduled time. Arriving 5-10 minutes early for your appointment will ensure you have enough time to get checked-in before your appointment. If you are 5 minutes late, this will unfortunately cut into the amount of time we have to review goals, discuss how your responding to care, and answer questions outside the adjustment time. If you arrive 10+ minutes late, your appointment will be rescheduled.

Financial Policy

Self-pay and CHUSA payments are due at the time of service. Practice members using insurance will be sent a statement in the mail and payments are due within 30 days of receiving the statement. If statements are not paid within the 30 day timeframe interest may accrue. We accept cash, credit cards, and debit cards.
 
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FAQs

Hours

Monday - Thursday
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Friday 
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM 

What is chiropractic?

The purpose of chiropractic is not the treatment of symptoms or conditions, but rather the restoration of normal body function. It helps support the body's natural ability to heal itself and return to a balanced state by reducing neurological interference (subluxation) through the chiropractic adjustment. The nervous system has connections with every system in the body; therefore, making sure it is functioning optimally is important for overall health - physical, emotional, social, spiritual, and intellectual.
 

What technique will you use?

Throughout your care a variety of adjustment techniques may be used based on your individual needs. Some of the techniques that may be used include Diversified, Thompson, Integrator, Activator, and Logan Basic. Depending on which doctor you see, the chiropractic approach, analysis, and adjustment may differ. Dr. Kyle uses a skeletal based approach to determine which joints of the spine are not moving correctly or "stuck." He then most commonly uses Diversified technique, a hands-on approach, to make the adjustment and restore motion into the joint. Dr. Cassie uses a nervous system based approach, called MC2 analysis, to determine where specifically the nervous system needs input to best reduce neurological interference and enchance full body function. She then most commonly uses gentle instruments such as an Integrator, Activator, and Drop Table to make the adjustment.

Will I hear or feel a crack or pop during my adjustment?

The goal of the chiropractic adjustment is not a "crack" or "pop." A pop or cracking noise is simply the release of gas in a joint, just like the noise from opening up a drink in a can, and is not an indication of a successful adjustment. A successful chiropractic adjustment is one that, depending on the approach being used, restores motion into a joint or brings ease and balance back to the body by reducing neurological interference.

A pop or cracking noise may occur with some adjustments techniques. This happens more often with Dr. Kyle's hands-on adjustments. Dr. Cassie may use her hands for some adjustments, but most of the time she uses instruments like an Activator or Integrator. Adjustments for infants and toddlers will never involve any cracking, popping, or twisting and turning movements.

Do you accept insurance?

Insurance based care is pain-based care. This means if you are wanting to use your insurance our providers can only adjust symptomatic areas of reduced motion, pain, and tension. Both our providers are currently in-network with Blue Cross Blue Shield for patient's that want a solely symptom/pain based approach to chiropractic. Dr. Kyle is in-network with most major insurance companies, please call our clinic to see if we accept your specific insurance. Due to the neurological based approach used by Dr. Cassie, she looks at the body in a holistic view. This often requires her to make adjustments outside areas of pain or even make adjustment when there is no pain at all; therefore, she does not accept insurance.