These are the questions we most frequently get asked
If your question is not answered here, please contact us and we will reply as soon as we can.
Can I still exercise?
Yes! Watch your form, this reduces spinal stress and allows you to target specific muscles, although we do advise whilst your going through your initial course of care you speak to your chiropractor if you wish to start an entirely new activity.
Is it normal to feel achey?
Yes! Your body will be moving differently, it has gotten used to some bad habits and we are changing those, so your body may ache for a while as you start your initial course of care but this should ease off quickly.
What is the popping sound? Does it make a difference if it doesn't pop?
The sound is gas being released from your joint, some adjustments do “cavitate” and some don’t. It doesn’t make a difference in terms of quality of the adjustment, the increased nervous system function and greater range of movement are far moe important.
Will it Hurt?
No! It maybe a little uncomfortable if you haven’t been adjusted in a while or the area of your body has been stiff, but the adjustments are very safe, so do you best to relax!
How long will my adjustments take?
We ask you to allow at least 15 minutes, depending on how you present on the day will dictate what adjustments we carry out.
If i'm late will you still be able to see me?
If you are running late, we ask that you call us as soon as possible, we strive to offer a very high standard of care and we don’t believe in squeezing people in, it maybe we have to move you to a slightly different time.
i've been getting chiropractic care for years, but not with you. Do i have to start all over again?
This very much depends on your symptoms and results from you examination with the chiropractor. Chances are if you have looked after yourself you will be in a much better position.
Can I use my insurance?
We are very happy to provide paper receipts or electronic ones depending on your preference, we do ask you pay for your care and claim it back from your insurers.