Q: How Are Your Techniques Separate From Other Chiropractic Offices?

At Balanced Chiropractic, we utilize the Blair Technique to restore communication between your brain and body to allow a natural correction. We utilize this technique to restore the body’s health with the least amount of adjusting possible.

Q: Why Do You Focus On Upper Cervical Care?

We focus on upper cervical care to find the root of the problem – typically an imbalance in the nervous system. With thorough examination, in-depth x-ray reviews, and gentle adjustments, correcting this imbalance allows the body to heal properly and naturally.

Q: Are X-Rays Pregnancy Safe?

We use a Cone Beam CT imaging in our office. This is low radiation and is safe for pregnancy.

Q: Is Chiropractic Care Safe?

Absolutely! Our chiropractors undergo extensive training to ensure patient safety and effective treatments.

Q: How Many Sessions Will I Need?

The number of sessions required depends on the individual and condition being treated. Our chiropractors will create personalized treatment plans based on assessment findings and the patient’s response to care.

Q: Can Chiropractic Care Prevent Future Issues?

Regular chiropractic care aims to maintain spinal health and alignment, potentially reducing the risk of future issues and promoting overall wellness.

Q: Is Chiropractic Care Safe for Children and Elderly Individuals?

Chiropractic care can be adapted for individuals of all ages. Adjustments for children are gentle and tailored to size and condition. We tailor adjustments for seniors based on their comfort and needs. Take a look at our pediatrics treatments here.

Q: What Are Some Post Care Tips After My Adjustment?

We encourage you to allow your body to rest and heal. This includes light movement for the rest of the day, staying hydrated, do not participate in exercise, maintain good posture, and follow any instructions provided by your chiropractor after your appointment.

Q: What is Retracing?

Retracing refers to a phenomenon where individuals undergoing chiropractic care may temporarily experience symptoms they have previously had, often to a lesser extent. This process results in the body revisiting past issues or imbalances. Retracing is a positive sign that the body is responding to the chiropractic adjustments, clearing out past imbalances, and progressing towards improvement of health.