Will my insurance cover care from a
Most health insurance plans include coverage for
chiropractic care and Chiropractic Health
Innovations is a provider for most major
insurances. We'll check your benefits at your
first appointment so you'll know up front what is
How much will this cost?
If chiropractic care is covered by your insurance,
you are responsible for your co-pay at the time of
service. We'll check insurance benefits at your
first visit and inform you of your policy
coverage. We also accept patients with no
insurance, payments by health savings accounts
(HSA and HRA) and flex accounts.
How long will treatment last?
Because chiropractic care is tailored to your
individual needs, there is no set treatment time.
After we have examined you, we will provide a
treatment plan and discuss the estimated length of
Many patients have results with only one or two
treatments. All patients should begin to see
results within two to three weeks. If you don't
see some improvement in symptoms within this time,
it's likely that chiropractic care is not the most
effective treatment for you, and we will make
referrals for other services that might be more
Are chiropractors real doctors?
Yes. Chiropractors are healthcare practitioners
with an emphasis on musculoskeletal diagnosis and
treatment. Dr. Molloy has attended eight years of
college training, which includes medical
physiology as well as hands-on clinical training.
Will it hurt?
Because we use the Activator Methods Chiropractic
Technique, chiropractic adjustments are safe and
gentle. Most patients report no discomfort at all
with this technique.
What is the Activator Methods Chiropractic
This technique is evolved from nearly 40 years of
empirical study and 15 years of clinical research
and uses the latest advances in orthopedic,
neurological, and chiropractic care. The Activator
Methods Chiropractic Technique uses an Activator
Adjusting Instrument to give a consistent
low-force, high-speed chiropractic adjustment that
eliminates the twisting and popping that people
often associate with chiropractic adjustments. Go
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Do I need a referral from an MD?
Most likely no. Chiropractors are first-contact
doctors under state and federal regulations.
Approximately 1% of our patients require a
referral from their medical doctor and we will
inform you if it is needed.