- $200 for consultation, adjustment, physiotherapy, and xrays (if necessary).
- $75 for doctor visit and additional therapy starts at $24.
- We are out-of-network with all insurance companies, but we can help check your insurance coverage. However, we do charge up front and can provide you with a Superbill upon request.
- Yes, some extra paperwork will be required. Please make sure to bring in your Medicare card.
- We are open 7 days a week!
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY – 8:00 AM TO 7:00 PM
TUESDAY – 8:00 AM TO 6:00 PM
THURSDAY – 8:00 AM TO 12:30 PM
SATURDAY – 8:30 AM TO 12:30 PM
SUNDAY – 12:00 PM TO 4:00 PM
- Yes, the parking lot connected to the building is for use Monday through Friday. Just remember to take a parking token from our office after your appointment. Street parking is available on Saturday and Sunday.
- No, but in some cases some people can feel sore afterwards like after a hard workout or strong massage.
- When motion is restored to the joint and function is improved, there can be a suction between slick cartilage surfaces that creates a noise.
- Yes, but best to ask your doctor if there are any limitations or restrictions based on your diagnosis and treatment plan.
- Depends on your diagnosis. Please ask your doctor for suggestions that are custom to you.
- Depends on your diagnosis. Please ask your doctor.
- In most cases, ice is applied to bring down a patient’s swelling. Ice is also a safer recommendation when joints are involved. Unless you have frost bite or Raynaud syndrome, ice should not exacerbate one’s condition. When applying ice, it is recommended to use a “cold pack” that has been placed in the refrigerator rather than the freezer, and then apply it to the skin. It is not recommended to use a hard, frozen ice pack out of the freezer, pieces of ice, or bag of peas, as these can cause adverse effects (such as burning the skin). Heat can be use sparingly after you have talked to your doctor.