Frequently Asked Questions
Can chiropractic help me?
The only way to answer this question is by conducting a complete chiropractic evaluation. During your initial consultation and examination, the doctor will determine the cause of your problem and determine whether or not she can treat it. If Dr. Judd believes that your condition can be helped by another specialist, she will refer you to the appropriate provider. We will not waste your time or money. If we believe we can help we will tell you, and if not we will find the best place for you to go to get the help you need.
Do you accept insurance?
We accept all insurance and will assist you in determining what coverage your individual plan allows for. During your initial consultation, we will explain your financial responsibility and answer any questions you might have. We will also file your claims for you.
Insurance coverage will vary by company and policy type. Payment for co-payments or uncovered office fees are due at the time of service and can be paid in the form of cash, check or credit card. Uncovered services can be budgeted in a very affordable payment plan that can be discussed when your treatment plan is determined. If you have any further questions regarding our policies for insurance payments, please do not hesitate to call us and our helpful and knowledgeable office staff will be happy to assist you.
What is a subluxation?
This is when spinal bones are out of position or locked and putting pressure on nerve tissue, affecting nerve communication between your brain and body. It is a stress response that can cause muscles to spasm, thereby choking or chafing nerves. This interferes with the control and regulation of your body.
Disrupted nerve communications can be an underlying cause of many health problems beyond just headaches and back pain. Because your nervous system controls all other body systems, a spine free of vertebral subluxation is essential for optimal health.
A chiropractic examination can detect subluxations and only chiropractic adjustments can reduce their effect to your nervous system, naturally.