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  • Do I need a referral to be seen?
    No, referral is not required at this office!
  • Do you accept insurance?
    We no longer work directly with any insurance providers. Dr. Katie focuses on meeting your individual healthcare goals and will not allow insurance companies to dictate your health. Furthermore, most insurances do not cover chiropractic care for children or wellness plans. This not only allows you to get more out of your care, but often we find that our prices are significantly less than what you would typically pay with insurance. We offer several cash-based care plans that utilize incredible benefits of individual and family savings plans. No matter what the situation is, we work hard to make the care affordable for you.
  • Can I get reimbursed by my insurance after seeking care in this office?
    This depends on your insurance company and individual plan but the office can provide you with a super bill that you can submit to your insurance company. They decide whether or not you will be reimbursed.
  • What forms of payment are accepted?
    You may pay at the time of service using cash, card, or check.
  • Why should I see a chiropractor during pregnancy?
    Pregnancy may be one of the best times to seek out chiropractic care, because ​the body is experiencing many changes that are likely to cause aches and pains. During pregnancy your body produces a hormone called relaxin which allows the ligaments and structures of the pelvis, amongst others, to "relax" in preparation for growing and birthing a baby. Chiropractic care can help mitigate pain during pregnancy by relieving muscular and ligamentous tensions, balancing spinal alignment, and optimizing pelvic space. This helps combat common discomforts of pregnancy including low back pain, sacroiliac (SI) joint pain, mid back pain, pelvic pain, pubic symphysis pain (SPD),​ sciatic nerve related pain, round ligament pain, nausea, and more!
  • How can chiropractic care help me after I have my baby?
    It is important to seek out chiropractic care to help keep your pelvis balanced as you heal from pregnancy and childbirth. Dr. Katie can help with postpartum pubic bone discomfort, tailbone pain, and with healing exercises specific to the pelvic floor. Furthermore, whether you’re breastfeeding or bottle feeding, you spend hours upon hours a day looking down at and holding the precious tiny human you created so your neck, shoulders, and upper back will need attention as well. Dr. Katie will also help assess the palate and spine of the baby to optimize latch and discourage side preference while breastfeeding. Finally, Dr. Katie will check in on you physically and emotionally to provide resources accordingly during this new season.
  • Why should I bring my infant/baby/child in for treatment?
    Childbirth is a natural and beautiful process; however, it can also be fairly stressful on the newborn. After months of being warmly protected in their mothers' womb, they are quickly brought into a world where there are loud noises, bright lights, other people, a drastic decrease in temperature, and other stresses. In addition to all of these sudden changes, some newborns are subjected to a variety of stressors during the birthing process. You may also choose to bring your baby in for breastfeeding or latch issues. Infants and toddlers can benefit from chiropractic care because they are constantly falling down, falling off of things, and falling asleep in their car seats which all impacts spinal alignment. Regular chiropractic care throughout childhood helps reduce biomechanical irritation and allows for optimal growth and development.
  • How do you adjust babies and children differently?
    Great question! Sometimes I adjust them on mom's chest, sometimes while they're playing on the floor​, sometimes while they're on a mat on the table, and really anywhere else I can catch them staying still for a few seconds. After a brief assessment, light pressure is applied, often a gentle vibration, to the stressed area to make the correction. For reference, I apply no more pressure to a baby's spine than I would to check the ripeness of an avocado. Before adjusting, Dr. Katie will always double check with mom and dad to ensure they are completely comfortable with the treatment.
  • What additional training does Dr. Katie have in women’s health and pediatrics?
    Certified in Webster Technique​ Certified SOT Pediatric Practitioner (CSPP) Currently completing the ICPA series GROWCO Postpartum Care Specialist Women's Health Care Issues​ Pregnancy & Pediatric Nutrition Pediatric Rocktaping Postpartum Herbs Care Dr. Martin Rosen’s short courses in tongue tie, cranial care, and plagiocephaly Dr. Karen Gardner's courses on care of the newborn and pregnant patients Dr. Steph Libs Pediatric Chiropractic Course Dr. Berg’s Tongue Tie Short Course ATLFF Tongue Tie Classification Examination Dr. Buerger’s course in primitive reflexes Lori Hendrickson’s Craniosacral Techniques Many more short courses and webinars relating to the care of children and pregnant/postpartum women
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