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We accept most insurance plans including; BCBS, Cigna, MedCost, United Health Care, Medicare and more. Please feel free to call our office with any questions.
No, most plans do not require a referral. Call our office and we would be happy to check for you.
This depends on your insurance plan. We can verify your benefits and give you the information before you are seen, so you know what to expect. Don’t have insurance? No problem, our discounted cash rates are affordable.
First you will be evaluated and if necessary X-Rays will be taken, from there Dr. Williams will explain your condition and review different treatment options. If your condition requires chiropractic care Dr. Williams will treat you at the first visit.
The first appointment usually takes about an hour. Our office is very thorough, after your first visit each visit will be about 15 to 20 minutes.
Most patients feel some relief following their first treatment. After treatment is when patients feel mild soreness.
Often times yes, patients will experience mild soreness for a couple of days following treatment.
Chiropractic is used to treat a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions with a high success rate. Some conditions that our office treats are neck pain, back pain, disc disorders, sciatica, scoliosis, shoulder pain, rotator cuff strains, carpal tunnel syndrome and many more. Please call our office to see if Chiropractic care could help you.
Depending on your condition Dr. Williams may or may not take X-Rays. If you have recent films we will request copies of them instead of repeating unnecessary radiation.
No, we have new born patients to our oldest patient who is 97 years old. Dr. Williams will always evaluate each patient and determine if chiropractic care is a safe option.
Yes, many of our patients have had prior surgeries. Always consult with Dr. Williams to determine if you are a candidate for chiropractic care.
We recommend getting evaluated right away following a motor vehicle accident. Research shows collisions less than 10 miles per hour can cause soft tissue damage to the spine. Early detection and treatment is key to a quick recovery.