FAQ’s

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Are you accepting new patients?

Do you accept my insurance?

Where’d you go to school?

Do you specialize in anything?

Do You Specialize in Anything?

As a matter of fact, we do. We specialize in auto accidents and related trauma cases, but that isn’t all we do. We see patients as old a 86, and our youngest patient, believe it or not, is two minutes old.

Chiropractic is beneficial to almost everyone who tries it, but we love seeing patients in LOTS of pain come back in smiling later. It’s a feeling not many professions get to experience.

Isn’t Chiropractic Quackery

Isn’t Chiropractic Quackery?

Oh, sure it is, just like gravity is only temporary, Martians exist, and Jimmy Hoffa is buried under the Space Needle. Chiropractic is based on sound principles, the primary one being that the nervous system controls and coordinates everything in the human body, and irritation of that system logically causes problems.

Chiropractic care gently removes this interference, and restores the body’s natural healing and maintennance functions.

What about parking?

What About Parking?

Okay, we agree that parking stinks downtown. We feel that, however, we are totally worth it.

My question isn’t here!

My Question isn’t Here!

Well, try visiting our site map page. It lists all of the pages in this site, and probably contains what you are looking for. If you can’t find it there, call our downtown Seattle office at (206)343-3325, and we’ll answer any questions you may have.

DID YOU KNOW?

There are approximately 65,000 doctors of chiropractic in active practices in the United States. More than 30 million Americans will seek chiropractic care this year. Chiropractic care has been around for more than 100 years! 80% of Americans will suffer from back pain at some point in their lives.

Chiropractic benefits are provided for in health insurance policies of virtually every major insurance carrier, and State Workers’ Compensation. All Federal agencies accept sick-leave certificates signed by Doctors of Chiropractic, and fees paid to the doctors are allowable deductions as expenses for “medical care” for income tax purposes.

State licensed and regulated, the Doctor of Chiropractic’s training requires a minimum of six years of college study and clinic internship prior to entering private practice. Chiropractors are licensed in all 50 states and 11 of them mandate that health plans include chiropractic benefits.