Frequently Asked Questions

We try to anticipate questions you might have about our services and =rovide the answers here.

 

Q: Will the Doctor schedule a talk at my workplace, church, or other group?

A: Absolutely!  Just call our office at 914-357-1779 to schedule it for you based on the Doctor's availability. 

Q: When am I given exercises to do?

You will be given specific postural exercises at your re-evaluations.  These are given in sets of 2 so that you are not overwhelmed with too many things at once.

 

Where did my adjustment protocol come from?

Your care plan is based on research of several thousand patients who have been through similar spinal corrective care using CBP (Chiropractic Biophysics) protocol.  Each adjustment builds on the last, and there is a cumulative effect over time.

 

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A: sometimes that is not a possibility depending on the amount of degeneration present, or when we see that your spine stops changing positively, the doctor will make  recommendation for continued spinal maintenance.  The reason your spine was in poor health initially, is because you may not have sufficiently maintained your spine in the past.  It would not be wise to invest the time and money in your care plan if you did not maintain your spine after correction is achieved.

 

A: Q: Can I traction before my adjustment?

You will receive the most benefit from tractioning after your adjustment because your spine will be in a h Q: Can I get adjusted any time of the day?
A: Q: How many adjustments can I miss during my corrective care program?

ZERO!  Every adjustment builds on the last.  Every single missed adjustment can set you back as much as a week in your care program.

 

A: <font face="Arial" "="">Absolutely!  Recent research with bloodwork shows that immune well function and will increase by up to 400% for several hours after a chiropractic adjustment!  Your immune system is controlled by your nervous system, and your adjustments help strengthen your nervous system function by taking stress off your spinal cord and spinal nerves.