Frequently Asked Questions...
How much does a visit cost?
CA new patient intake appointment costs $180. The initial intake charge includes a complete history, consultation and exam.
Adjustment Only: $49
Acupuncture Only: $60
JMT Arthritis: $63
Therapeutic Cupping $60
*Full Service Chiropractic: $87
(No JMT or NAET at visit)
*Full Service Chiropractic $150
(with JMT or NAET at visit)
Far-Infrared Sauna $25 per session or package of 5/$100
(40 minute session)
Massage Therapy $65 (60 minute)
$95 (90 minute)
*SPECIAL - Purchase a package of 5 massages and receive 10% discount of package total!
Raindrop Technique $75
School Physicals $30
Nutritional Supplements Cost varies
*A full service chiropractic visit includes any of the following that is used based on patient needs: adjustment, acupuncture, laser, soft tissue work, or use of essential oils.
Payment is expected at the time of service. We have never refused anyone care due to financial restrictions. If this is a concern for you, we would be happy to discuss it with you at your first visit.
Will you bill my insurance?
We are out-of-network providers for all insurance companies. If your insurance covers out-of-network chiropractic care, we will provide you with a superbill you can then turn into your insurance company for reimbursement.
Can I use my Flexible Spending Account?
Absolutely! You are allowed to use your FSA (Flexible Spending Account) or HSA (Health Savings Account) money to cover the cost of the visit. However, any nutritional supplements, FAR-Infrared Sauna, and massage are typically not covered by your FSA account.
Do you take credit cards?
Yes. We take Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express.
How long will my appointment take?
The initial intake consists of approximately 60-80 minutes in length. Follow up appointments take approximately 20-45 minutes.
How many times will I have to come?
Every patient is unique and treatments will depend on each individual after a complete evaluation has been performed. After an initial evaluation is completed, the doctor will discuss with each patient how often they should be treated and together they will decide what is best for that individual. If the doctor does not believe she will be able to help you, she will be honest and offer a referral to someone she believes will be of benefit to you.