Chiropractic care is a safe and effective form of complementary and alternative medicine, which addresses the nervous system, organs, muscles and tendons, and the skeletal system, to reduce pain, increase mobility, and to have a gentle, yet therapeutic effect on the body.
Treatments are aimed at improving range of motion, mobility, and strength, while also relieving pain, and supporting the prevention of injuries, illness, and relapses.
Chiropractic care services vary depending on individual preference and health goals. Information about appointments and billing is also provided. Learn more about chiropractic services!
Additional training and coursework are required in order to treat children and pregnant women with chiropractic care. Webster technique for breech baby is offered. Learn more about these services!
Involves a health intake and physical examination to determine a diagnosis. A therapeutic treatment plan is then discussed and initiated based on the treatment goals, and the patient diagnosis.
Initial appointments involve taking a history and completing a physical examination to determine a diagnosis. X-rays and other testing are ordered as needed. A treatment plan is then recommended and is tailored to the patient’s specific needs.
Follow Up Assessments
Involve providing a specific treatment, as part of the therapeutic plan, and maybe booked with varying frequency, such as weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly, as is needed for the specific patient care plan.
Chiropractic care is not covered by OHIP free health care, however, it is covered by most private extended health insurance plans. It’s always best to check with your plan provider for your coverage allowance.
An itemized service receipt is always issued for chiropractic services rendered for private extended health insurance plans and personal record-keeping purposes. Fees are due for payment at the end of each appointment.