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FAQs

What is Chiropractic?

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Chiropractic is a word that simply means ‘done by hand.’ Originating in the late 1800’s in the United States, it has become a well accepted and documented treatment type to help align spinal bones that lose proper motion and alignment resulting in pain and other symptoms.

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Is Chiropractic safe?

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Chiropractic care is considered to be safe, as evidenced by a New Zealand government study and others. It was added to the 2017 American College of Physicians Guidelines as an approach of choice for people experiencing lower back pain. You should notify your chiropractor of any pre-existing disease or illness such as strokes, rheumatoid arthritis [...]

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What conditions can Express Chiropractic & Wellness help me with?

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The only condition we diagnose and treat is Vertebral Subluxation Complex (VSC). The VSC is defined as improper spinal bone alignment and motion and the associated muscle tension, joint inflammation, nerve interference. The results may be symptoms such as back pain, neck pain, headaches, sciatica, sleep problems, posture issues, low energy and more.

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Why don’t you take insurance?

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As insurance deductibles and copayments continue to climb, at Express Chiropractic we have eliminated the hassles of using insurance by setting our prices below that of most copayments.

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Do I need an appointment on the first visit?

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The good news is we are good at what we do!… But that means sometimes we get pretty busy. For first time customers we recommend you call the location you are planning to visit to ensure we are still taking new patients for the day and so the Express team can help direct you [...]

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