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Do you accept insurance?

No, we do not. We are a cashed based wellness practice. Not billing insurance allows for us to have the best, individualized, and affordable care possible. However, we can send you a superbill which you can submit to your insurance for out-of-network coverage. We also accept HSA and FSA!

When should I start chiropractic care during pregnancy?

The sooner the better but it is never too late. 


Can I bring my kid(s) with me to my appointment?

Yes! All of our offices are completely kid friendly. We have toys, books, stickers, + snacks to keep your little one content.

Do you only see pregnant women and children?

No! Although we have extensive training in prenatal and pediatrics,  all are welcome. We enjoy seeing the WHOLE family!

When should I bring my newborn in?

As soon as possible! We recommend within the first 2 months after birth.


What is the Webster technique?

The Webster Technique is a specialized certification offered through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. It is a specific chiropractic analysis and adjustment for the pelvis and surrounding ligaments. This technique helps facilitate the mother's neurobiochemical function in the pelvis and relieves any intrauterine constraint caused by torsion or tension. Webster technique during pregnancy can help allow more space for baby to grow + move into position to prepare for the birth process. It also has shown to decrease labor times + less birth interventions.

How soon after giving birth can I get adjusted?

As soon as you feel ready to leave the house! Even if you had a c-section. 


Defeat Diastasis® Rehab

Is it too late to start Defeat Diastasis® rehab?

No, it is never too late. We have patients that completed the program at 62 years young! Whether your kiddo is 3, 13, or 23 we can help heal your diastasis recti.

When can I start Defeat Diastasis® rehab?

We recommend starting the DefeatDiastasis program 6 weeks after giving birth (vaginal or c-section). This allows proper time for healing and recovery.

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