Frequently Asked Questions

Completely! In fact, most of our patients (including kids) are relieved to hear there is no twisting, popping, or cracking of your neck; eliminating the potential risk of ligamentous trauma. The correction is so gentle, the only thing you will feel is the weight of Dr. Burt’s hand behind your ear.

Regarding x-ray exposure, the exposure is really low, due to our digital setup. 

In fact, a flight from Los Angeles to Paris is 28x more exposure than a NUCCA x-ray series. 

We DO bill auto insurance and workers compensation insurance directly.

We do NOT bill health insurance directly.

For health insurance, after each visit, we will:

  1. Email/print you a coded reimbursement receipt.
  2. You send the receipt to your insurance.
  3. Within a few weeks, you receive a reimbursement check in the mail dependent upon your out-of-network coverage benefits.

We recommend that you call your insurance to better understand your benefits for chiropractic care.

We charge $395 for the initial NUCCA assessment. 

Depending on the results from the assessment, Dr. Burt will proceed with:

$200 – Post x-rays (includes x-ray analysis + report)

$85 – for the initial adjustment and each visit thereafter.

After your first adjustment it’s typical to meet 14 times over the next 3 months to ensure your alignment stabilizes appropriately.

Each plan is custom tailored per person.

Yes. We love it when our patients feel good! However, pain and symptoms are usually the last to show up.

Even though the pain is gone, the problem may still be there. We recommend that you complete your care plan and check in periodically afterwards to ensure the root problem is under control.

No! Although most of our patients choose to continue care after their care plan, they understand they can stop at any time.

Our patients also find they feel better when they are checked every month or so. They are either reassured that they are maintaining their correction, or, they are relieved to be corrected again.

First, chiropractic is NOT a treatment for low back pain. However, all the nerves in your body (including your low back) pass through your neck. If you have a head and neck misalignment, this can disturb the nerves that go to your low back, and other parts of your body.

With our initial assessment, we will be able to tell you if your problem is stemming from your neck, low back or somewhere else. 

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