Frequently asked questions

Next are the forms needed to assist you back to better health.

Chiropractic Forms

To save time on the day of your appointment, please plan to arrive approximately 10 – 15 minutes early to allow for our normal check-in process.

These forms are for patients who have insurance or will be paying with cash.

These forms are for patients who have a Personal Injury (ex: Car Accident and Workers Comp).

At Family Care Chiropractic our patient’s well-being is always our 1st priority. We want clients to be healthy as quickly as possible.

We discuss with each patient what their symptoms are and create a custom treatment plan with various methods of treatment to help them get where they want to be. We focus on their best care, and never try to talk them into something they are uncomfortable with.

Yes. Walk-ins are welcome any time. No appointment is necessary.

Monday – Wednesday – Friday 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Tuesday – Thursday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday by Appointment

On the first visit, the Doctor does a patient evaluation, answers any questions they have, and tries to get a sense of the patient’s goals and objectives for seeking Chiropractic care. For this reason the first visit is typically 30 – 45 minutes. After that, each regular visit is around 20 minutes in length. There is no down time and patients can resume their daily activities after every visit.

Chiropractic care can help with many ailments including back pain, neck pain, headaches, pinched nerve symptoms (pain, numbness, tingling & weakness in: arms, hands, fingers, legs, feet, toes), shoulder pain, wrist pain, hip pain, knee, and ankle pain.

Our office uses both traditional and modern techniques and products that helps each patient with whatever they are suffering from. We offer manual adjustments, electrical muscle stimulation, heat/ice pads, roller massage bed, and a hydro massage bed.

Most people are nervous for their first appointment with a Chiropractor, however there is nothing to worry about! Your Doctor will go through a series of health history questions to ensure that your safety is put first. You will get a thorough exam that includes: range of motion, orthopedic, and neurological tests.

If necessary we will perform X-Rays, and depending on the severity of your pain and symptoms, the Doctor might have you take an MRI to assess the source of the problem. Next, the Doctor will treat you according to what you are comfortable with and lastly he will provide instructions for home care until your next visit.

We accept all major health insurance plans including: Passport, Medicare, Anthem, Humana, Cigna, Aetna, United HealthCare, and many others. If you are not covered under any health insurance we offer easy / affordable cash payment plans. We accept all patients regardless of their ability to pay.

Seeking treatment as soon as possible after the onset of an injury or pain is crucial in regards to your health. Delaying treatment could worsen the injury and prevent you from doing your day-to-day activities. If you treat the injury right away you have a much better chance of a full recovery and getting back to your normal lifestyle.

Disc injuries are very common and you may have symptoms that are not too painful at first but that do need to be treated in order to prevent further damage to your discs and spine. Some common symptoms are pain in the neck and arm, shooting pains from the lower back down to hip/knee/feet, inability to stand up straight, and experiencing pain while coughing or sneezing. Fortunately, most disc injuries are very treatable with proper medical attention and it is very rare that surgery is needed.

Yes. Transportation to our location is provided upon request.

Yes. However we can best help our clients, we refer out to other Doctors: Orthopedic, Neurosurgeons, Pain Management Doctors, and Lawyers who specialize in Personal Injury.