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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

DO YOU TAKE INSURANCE?

Apex Chiropractic is affiliated with Medicare only because we want to be able to serve ALL people in the community! We are not in-network with any other insurance companies because we want to make sure you and your family get the care you deserve! 

 

The great news is that by not having to deal with insurance companies, our office costs are kept down so we can provide our high quality chiropractic care at an affordable cost for the whole family! Our prices are typically cheaper than insurance co-pays, but if you have chiropractic coverage we will be glad to provide you with the appropriate documentation to get reimbursed if you’re willing to file yourself.

HOW LONG WILL MY VISIT TAKE?

Your first visit takes around 30-45 minutes and covers a consultation of your history, posture assessment, comprehensive spinal examination, and digital x-rays if warranted! If you are a safe candidate for chiropractic care, then an adjustment will be administered on the first visit! 

 

Most visits following your first visit will take anywhere between 5-10 minutes!

WHAT AGE SHOULD CHIROPRACTIC CARE BE STARTED?

The sooner the better! Subluxations can occur at any age, even in newborns! We have experience with infants as young as a day old! Chiropractic adjustments are safe, gentle and effective for infants and children of any age! It’s never too soon to see a chiropractor!

WILL I HAVE TO COME FOREVER?

Most members choose to come regularly for health maintenance and preservation, but you don’t have to. We will give our recommendations - but the choice is completely up to you!

DO YOU ONLY SEE PREGNANT WOMEN AND CHILDREN?

We are trained heavily in the prenatal and pediatric population, however that is not the only demographic we serve. The Doctors are very passionate and committed to inspiring health within the entire community. The most efficient way for this mission to be accomplished is to care for the whole family! This includes mom, dad, brother, sister, athletes, young adults, etc.

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