About Preconception Care
Chiropractic adjustments remove interference to the nervous system allowing your body to heal. By pursuing preconception care our main goals are to make sure mom and dad are aligned, healthy, and ready to conceive. Chiropractic care has been shown to help with increasing fertility. Ask to see research on your first visit!
Techniques We Use
We offer a variety of techniques to help meet your needs. Palmer package is a compilation of a variety of techniques including: Gonstead, Diversified, Thompson, and Toggle Recoil. In addition, Dr. Emily Brown is Webster certified through the ICPA and proficient in a variety of pediatric techniques. When necessary, cranial work is incorporated into the adjustment.
fREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: How often do I have to see my chiropractor?
A: This varies depending on the severity of your condition when you first come in for your examination. The goal however, is to retrain your nervous system to hold your adjustments longer and allow your body to be stronger.
Q: What is the sound that I hear when I get adjusted?
A: Sometimes you will hear a sound associated with an adjustment. This is called a cavitation and is associated with gas inside a joint. It is not anything to be alarmed by and you may/ may not hear a cavitation during the adjustment.
Q: Do adjustments hurt?
A: Usually a chiropractic adjustment does not cause any pain. By using a variety of techniques, we can use a form that is most comfortable for the patient. Pain can occur however depending on how long/ severity of the subluxation. Usually the adjustment is no longer painful after the first few adjustments.
Q: Will my insurance cover my chiropractic care?
A: We are in network with some insurance companies and do our best to keep you covered.
Q: What type of training does my chiropractor have?
A: From the American Chiropractic Association: "Doctors of chiropractic care are educated as primary-contact health care providers, with an emphasis on diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the musculoskeletal system (the muscles, ligaments and joints of the spine and extremities) and the nerves that supply them. In total, the chiropractic college curriculum includes a minimum of 4,200 hours of classroom, laboratory and clinical experience. The course of study is approved by an accrediting agency that is fully recognized by the U.S. Department of Education." https://www.acatoday.org/Patients/Why-Choose-Chiropractic/Chiropractic-Frequently-Asked-Questions