Frequently Asked Questions
Q: If I start chiropractic care, I heard you have to go for life, is that true?
A: No. Just like going to a medical doctor or dentist, you don’t have to keep going to the chiropractor. People that make routine chiropractic part of their care regimen and self-care routine do so because they know and feel the benefits, allowing them to meet the demands of their lifestyle.
Q: I don’t have any headaches or neck pain - how can I be sure chiropractic care can help me?
A: Some misalignments stay asymptomatic until another health concern or trauma makes them more active. That is why it is always a good idea to get checked after birth and with regular check-ups.
Chiropractic is more than just resolving symptoms, but is more about improving the alignment, movement and function of the body. If you have questions about how chiropractic care might be able to help, book a consultation and find out. Chiropractic care helps people of all ages function at their 100%.
Q: Is it expensive?
A: Not at all. Chiropractic care that is preventative or used prior to more invasive procedures can actually be less expensive in the long run and have better health outcomes. People that focus on preventative care and upkeep of their body and health often spend less than those that don’t.
After patients have an exam and any necessary images, Dr. Grey meets with them to discuss his findings and best action plan to address the issue. He believes everyone should be able to afford chiropractic care and works with people to evaluate payment options.
Q: Do you take my insurance?
A: Equipoise Chiropractic creates superbills for any patient that needs it, so regardless of insurance provider or if you switch jobs, you can always submit the claim to them. This allows for patients to maintain their care even if their company switches health insurance plans or they switch jobs.
Q: I don’t like my neck cracked or twisted, can I still get chiropractic care?
A: YES, and Equipoise Chiropractic is the perfect place for you to get chiropractic care. The head and neck are adjusted without twisting, cracking or popping with great results. Patients that are candidates for full spine care are adjusted using techniques that don’t require overly forceful adjusting, making it easier for the body to adapt to the corrected position.