FAQ

What is a chiropractic adjustment? 
The spine is made up of 26 bones called vertebrae. Each vertebra is designed to move, which allows the entire spine to move as a unit. Your chiropractor will assess your spine, and other joints in your body to determine if any of the joints are not moving properly. Once, he has determined where to adjust he will use a fast and shallow movement with his hands to restore the motion in that joint.  

What is the popping sound when I get a chiropractic adjustment?
When you are adjusted, air is released from the joint which causes a “popping” sound. It is comparable to air being released when uncorking a champagne bottle. 

Will my chiropractic adjustment hurt?
It is very rare that a chiropractic adjustment will be painful. At Chirosport Chiropractic we customize our care to give each patient the most effective, pain-free treatment. 

Are chiropractic adjustments safe?
Yes, chiropractic adjustments are very safe. At Chirosport Chiropractic we will do a thorough exam to determine if you have a chiropractic problem and if you are safe to be treated in our clinic. If we determine that you need additional care we will refer you to the correct specialist.  

Can I get a chiropractic adjustment when I’m pregnant?
Chiropractic is safe, and good for all people of any age and health situation, but it has some particular benefits for pregnant mothers. Regular chiropractic adjustments can help ensure a healthier and more pleasant pregnancy, labor, and birth. 

Can children get chiropractic adjustments?
Chiropractic adjustments are safe and good for children of all ages. Adjustments help restore movement in joints and muscles that are not functioning properly and help children grow and develop.  In fact, many chiropractors adjust their own children immediately after childbirth. 

Will my insurance cover a chiropractic adjustment?
Most insurances cover chiropractic treatments. Call today, and our fantastic staff will help determine if your insurance will cover your care. 

What should I expect on my first appointment?
On your first appointment, you will be asked to fill out some paperwork before being seen by the doctor. After being checked in at our front desk, you will be led to the exam room for your initial exam and staff will gather some information from you regarding the reason for your visit.  You will then be seen by the doctor who will finish the exam, determine the best treatment for your individual care, and you will receive your first adjustment. You can expect to be in the office around an hour for your initial appointment. 
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What can I expect on a typical follow-up appointment?
Depending on the specific treatment you require you can expect to be in the office anywhere from 10-15 minutes. These visits will usually consist of an adjustment and in- office therapy.