Lavan Family Chiropractic
Most commonly asked questions
What is chiropractic?
Chiropractic is a non-invasive, non-allopathic care to improve the functioning of your body's nervous and musculoskeletal system through spinal manipulation. A chiropractic adjustment may help alleviate pain by reducing pressure on specific nerves, allowing your body to function at its best.
Who can be seen by a chiropractor?
Newborns to the actively mature individuals can benefit from a chiropractic adjustment. Chiropractic care is a proactive approach to reduce spinal pressure, allowing the body to boost immune response, naturally, and to adapt to the wear and tear if life. Many seniors utilize chiropractic care for stability and mobility, which can help avoid falls and injuries.
How often do I need to see a chiropractor?
People seek out chiropractic care for a wide range of issues from pain relief to wellness and prevention care. Duration of care is dependent on the individual's body, history of accidents, repetitive job or sports activities, and other factors related to spinal stress.
Does insurance cover chiropractic care?
Currently, we do not accept insurances. Some health/medical insurance will cover some chiropractic treatment. Some insurance policy require prior authorization/approval or referral from your primary care physician. Call your health insurance company for more details. Most Flexible/Health Savings Account (FSA, HSA, HRA) can be use to cover some cost of chiropractic services.