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Yes. Chiropractic has been shown to be safe and effective. The chance of a serious side effect are less than one in five million. That’s safer than taking aspirin (153 per million)

Yes. Obviously it is not a cure-all but past patients overwhelmingly agree that it is effective. 95% of past chiropractic users agreed that it was effective in a recent Gallup study. 97% said that they would return to a chiropractor for neck and back pain.

Chiropractic is famous for its effectiveness in treating neck pain and back pain, but it also does well helping with headaches, dizziness, tingling in the extremities and much more. Chiropractic is very beneficial while recovering from a work injury or an automobile accident. There are many conditions that can be treated by chiropractic care, so give us a call to discuss your needs specifically.

Part B Medicare covers  adjustment of the spine at 80%. That typically leaves patients with a co-pay of about $8-12 if you do not have a secondary. Medicare does not cover the initial exam or massage therapy.

Most private plans offer chiropractic coverage and many are not subject to your deductible. You can contact your insurance carrier for detailed information about your coverage or call our office for information.

Unfortunately it does not. We do offer a time of service discount to keep care affordable. Call our office and we can address your specific needs.

Dr. England went through more than 4620 hours of schooling to receive his Doctor of Chiropractic. That is comparable to a medical doctor (4800) and doctor of osteopathy (4665). The basic part of all three programs is geared around anatomy, systems of the body and pathology while overall the DC program spends more time on the neurological, muscular and skeletal systems. The MD and OD programs spend more time on pharmaceuticals and related topics.

No. That sound during an adjustment is actually pressure being released from the joints. It is known as cavitation and is not caused by bones rubbing, grinding or cracking.

For your first visit please bring a valid ID and your insurance or claim information. Upon arrival there is some paperwork that will need to be completed before seeing the doctor.

X-rays are only taken if there is a medical need or indication that they are necessary. Dr. England takes it on a case by case basis.

Probably, unless there is something found during the new patient exam that would suggest that it isn’t prudent. Most patients are able to be adjusted on the first visit, but we can’t promise that.

It varies based on your insurance coverage. If you do not have insurance please contact our office to discuss our time of service discount or other payment options.

That depends on your coverage. Please check with your insurance company or our office for more information. Labor and Industries and Personal Injury Protection both cover massage therapy.

Our office does not participate with some advantage plans. You can check with your insurance to see if we are a participating provider with your particular plan.

Depends, but usually ice is nice. Keep it on for less than 20 minutes and never place it right next to the skin. If you have a condition that decreases your skin sensation or circulation you should not use ice.

Yes, along with personal checks and cash.

To help replenish the fluids that were moved and lost during the massage. To be honest, most of us don’t drink enough water in general and this is a chance for us to remind you without seeming like we are trying to replace your mother. We could never do that, nor would we want the responsibility of raising you.