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  • What is the difference between chiropractic neurology and traditional chiropractic?
    Chiropractic neurology is a post-doctorate program in the field of neurology that diagnoses and applies functional therapies to improve the outcome of neurological disorders, such as: vertigo, neuropathy, post-concussion syndrome, mild traumatic brain injuries, neurobehavioral disorders, Parkinson’s disease, dystonia, tics, tremors and other movement disorders. Functional Neurology uses a variety of tools including transcranial magnetic stimulation, eye exercises, vestibular rehabilitation, brain-based therapies, chiropractic manipulations, cranial nerve stimulation, vagus nerve stimulation, and sensory input to fire up the nervous system, teaching each brain pathway to project properly, which can restore or greatly improve function even for chronic disorders. It also allows the patient to learn how to keep the brain young and active, so they can prevent future injuries or difficulties.
  • Do you still provide general Chiropractic services?
    Of course! At The Neuro Clinic we can provide a wide variety of adjusting techniques to address localized body pain. Remember, we don’t just treat the spine. If you have neck pain, back pain, shoulder, hip, wrist, or ankle pain, we will try our best to help you!
  • What therapies should I expect?
    The brain works and thrives on receptors or sensory input from touch, sound, light, smell, joint mechanics, the vestibular system, and verbal cognition to name a few, transcutaneous nerve stimulation or even transcranial magnetic brain stimulation. So we can use any one of these or a combination to promote neural plasticity or to reconnect proper brain function.
  • Do you take insurance?
    We are not in network with most insurance companies, but if you have any out of network benefits, we can utilize a super bill to see if there's any opportunities to be reimbursed. Because our treatments are leading edge, insurance does not tend to cover them. Instead, we provide a time of service discount to our patients. This keeps treatment plan costs closer to what it would be if insurance were covering a percentage. Because working with insurance companies can be complicated, lets talk over the phone or in person, and we can figure things out. We do accept HSA and FSA, as well as cash, check and credit card.
  • What can I expect during the initial exam?
    In the initial exam, the doctors spend two full hours to thoroughly examine your medical history, perform an in-depth bedside neurological and orthopedic examination, and administer other diagnostic tests that are applicable to your case. These bedside neurological tests help us better understand how your cortex, brainstem, basal ganglia, cerebellum, and many other parts of your nervous system are functioning. In essence, we are trying to put pieces of a puzzle together so that we can provide the best care that is specific to your case. Everyone that comes in will have a Saccadometer test performed to analyze the efficiency of fast eye movement. The visual system is one of the body’s systems that essentially utilizes almost every aspect of brain function. That’s why we spend so much time looking at your eyes! With time permitting we almost always provide therapeutic procedures at the end of the visit and will give you exercises to take home. It is essential that we perform a complete and thorough physical examination in which different areas of the nervous system are tested and challenged at the appropriate level. We must also strive to understand the meaning of the results obtained from a neurological and functional perspective. The level of response obtained during the physical examination is used to assess the level of activity in a certain area of the nervous system and to later gauge the effectiveness of treatment.
  • How long is a typical visit?
    It depends on the condition that we are treating, but the average neurological case is 20-30 min, and the traditional chiropractic is 10-15 min.
  • How many visits will I need?
    The patient’s diagnoses and neuronal state dictates the number of visits needed. On average, the total number of patient visits is between 6-12 visits. Many of our patients are so satisfied with their results that they return for check-ups throughout the year to ensure optimal health and balance.
  • How much does it cost?
    Our time-of-service fee for your initial full neurological exam is $290 and lasts about two hours. Each follow-up visit is billed in 20 min increments at $85 per increment for time-of-service payments.
  • What methods of payment do you accept?
    We accept cash, check, and most major debit or credit cards.
  • Do you accept walk-ins?
    You may walk-in and visit our clinic and staff, but we are only able to help you medically by scheduling an appointment with one of our providers. Appointments can be made over the phone or in person.
  • Does your office perform any imaging?
    The Neuro Clinic is not equipped with any diagnostic imaging, but the physicians can request with one of our imaging partners if they feel it is necessary. If you have had a x-ray, MRI, or other scan recently, you could bring in the report and/or images for the physician to read.

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Doesn't matter if it's about the brain, neurology, concussions, neurobehavorial disorders, or even a general question about health! We'd love to chat!

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