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X-Ray Results


Your Questions Answered

What to Expect: FAQ

What types of health insurance do you accept?

Most insurance plans cover chiropractic services, but the amount of coverage and the deductible may vary from one insurance provider to another.  We will be glad to work with you in contacting your insurance provider to determine your coverage.

What is your new patient procedure?

YOUR FIRST VISIT: Patients fill out forms that provide background information about their symptoms and condition. First visits often last about an hour, and includes the following:

  • Patient Education: To acquaint you with our office and explain how we help our patients regain their health, most patients see a short 9-minute video.

  • Consultation:  You'll meet the doctor who will review your health history and determine if yours is a chiropractic case. The doctor takes the time to understand the root of your problem in order to provide the best and most effective treatment. Through his years of experience, Dr Whitbeck has found that Treatment AND Therapy is a crucial part of the recovery process. He listens to your story and takes a detailed history.

  • Examination: Standard physical, orthopedic, neurological, and chiropractic tests will be performed to determine the cause(s) of your problem.

  • X-Ray Exam: Necessary views may be taken to visualize the location of any spinal problems, reveal any pathologies, and make your chiropractic care more precise.  

  • Adjunctive Procedures:The doctor may suggest the application of ice, heat, or the use of some other procedure to help reduce inflammation and make you more comfortable.

What Happens Next?


Next VISIT  the doctor will explain the results of your examinations and offer choices for chiropractic care

  • Patient Education: You'll see a short video so that you can understand your X-rays and the doctor's report and recommendations.

  • Report of Findings: You'll see your x-rays and receive a complete report of the examination findings.

  • Treatment Plan: The doctor will outline a treatment plan designed for you unique spinal problem and health complaint. He creates an individualized treatment plan, including Continued Care, aimed at achieving the functional goals you and he set together.

  • Expectations: Based on clinical experience, the doctor will explain your prospects for recovery and what you can do to help speed the healing process.

  • Adjustments: The doctor will use carefully directed and controlled pressure to restore the movable bones of your spine to a more normal motion and position. Our patients enjoy their "adjustments" and often report the beginning feelings of relief and well-being.

  • Adjunctive Procedures: The doctor may also recommend additional therapies such as the application of ice, heat, Aqua-massage bed, or roller table.

Don’t see your question or still have other queries? Get in touch for more information.

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