As a chiropractor I often meet patients at a point in their life where they are " in a rut." They are in pain, have no energy and feel like they just can't get it together. This is often a manifestation of the machine they are stuck in. "My body just doesn't work anymore." This where I come in. I see the body as a machine, the machine you live in. My job is to refurbish it and get it working better for you. I want you to live in the "best daily driver" possible. Through chiropractic adjustments and soft tissue work I can help get you back in the game. The game of life! I don't walk on water or do miracles but with your cooperation we can Get Work Done. Its not always easy and its not always fun but the results can change your life. When you are stuck in a rut you are not at your best, not the best spouse, parent, friend, or coworker.
After 15 years in practice I have an expansive tool bag and skill set. In the office you can expect chiropractic adjustments in a form that is comfortable to you, not a generic adjustment that you may not like. For muscle and soft tissue work, I have instruments and tools that can address different issues from restrictions, tightness, to inflammation. Patients are often surprised by the many methods and tools used and comment how different their experience is to what they have had in the past. I invite you to the office and see what I can do for you.
you a Veteran? Do you know a veteran?
Did you know Veterans are eligible for Chiropractic Services through the VA?
I regularly receive authorizations from the VA for chiropractic care which is great but I know there are a lot that do not know they could be referred to me. They sometimes come to me before they get authorized and that's fine, we can start without it but there is no reimbursement from the VA. Once the authorization is approved, the VA takes over as a 3rd party payer and there is no out-of-pocket expense to the veteran.
I regularly have conversations with veterans or family members of veterans and explain to them there is a process to getting an authorization. First thing is to see your PCP (primary care physician) and let them know you are interested. Chiropractic is not always recommended but can often help with many conditions. Then there is yet another entity, currently TRI-WEST, that will actually send the authorization to my clinic and set up the initial visit. This can take some time so the sooner the better.
On the Veterans Help Page is a PDF file that can be downloaded and printed. This file has my information to make it easy to request a veteran chiropractor.