Frequently Asked Questions
Can pregnant mothers visit chiropractic?
Yes! We have helped many pregnant mothers relieve their pregnancy symptoms such as lower back pain, muscle spasms, cramps insomnia, headaches and many more. Chiropractic can also help pregnant mother achieve a smoother delivery process.
Is chiropractic safe for babies, toddlers and childrens?
Definitely a yes. It is actually better to start young because it is important for them to grow on strong foundations. Children run and fall so often that their pelvic will misalign so often without us noticing. If they grow up on an uneven foundation, it will be harder to treat in the future as they have already grown. It is easier to shape a younger tree than an older tree.
Do I need an full spine X-Ray?
Pregnant mothers and children below 6 are not required for a full spine X-Ray. Otherwise, all patients are required to have an X-Ray because X-Rays are evidence of where the root cause of the problem is. This is so we can treat your problems precisely instead of just guessing.
Where to get an full spine X-Ray?
We usually recommend out patients to take their X-Ray at hospitals because most clinics do not meet our requirement for X-Rays. We will provide you an X-Ray letter to present to the hospital or clinic so the radiologist know what kind of X-Ray our Chiropractor needs.
Why is the Gonstead method more superior?
Our chiropractors practice a very different method called the Gonstead method. We do not use machines to make an adjustments, but we use our very own hands every single step. We truly believe that our feel through the touch is much more accurate as machines only fits a particular size when everyone comes in different sizes. Also the Gonstead method focuses on finding the root cause of the problem, and treating the problem with precision. We believe the Gonstead method is the most effective method proven by our patients we have treated so far.
Chiropractic vs. Tit-tar vs. Bone Setting
What sets chiropractic different from tit-tar and bone setting is that chiropractic have a very different origin, education, clinical training, and diagnostic methodologies. Chiropractic is a healthcare profession that focuses primarily on the brain-body connection, especially the relationship between the spine and nervous system. Chiropractic also stands as a distinct healthcare profession and is well-regulated internationally.