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Do you accept insurance?

We are out of network with all insurance, only provide a superbill or accept FSA/HSA, as insurance companies do not cover wellness care, and we do not want insurance companies dictating how we care for our community. In general, insurance companies are centered on sick care coverage, while we focus on health maintenance and enhancement.

What technique do you use?

We utilize a variety of adjusting techniques throughout care- Thompson, MC2, KST, diversified chiropractic. Dr. Megha is Webster Certified and with additional training in the Pediatric Experience with a Certificate of Proficiency and Family Care,  and ICPA.

Why should I go to a chiropractor during my pregnancy?

Research shows that prenatal chiropractic care contributes to more straightforward labor with less pain and trauma for mother and child. It can improve the balance and alignment of the spine and pelvis, therefore leading to a more comfortable pregnancy and delivery for mother and baby. By restoring balance to the nervous system through gentle and specific nervous system-centered chiropractic adjustments, optimal function is restored to the reproductive organs, thus supporting your baby’s needs throughout pregnancy. Dr. Megha is certified in Webster Technique from the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA).

How soon can I bring my baby into the chiropractor?

We hope to see your littlest one just as soon as you are ready to bring them into the office. Our evaluation of your little one will include a thorough history- pregnancy, birth, and immediate postpartum- as well as what’s working and not working right now. We will also do nervous system scans.Dr. Megha has extensive training in pediatrics via The Pediatric Experience and ICPA.

When should I see a chiropractor postpartum?

As soon are you are ready! We have seen our postpartum mamas 3 days after birth to 3 weeks. Please don’t hesitate to reach out.

What is your mask policy?

We do not have one.

Facial recognition and expressions are a critical part of children’s social and cognitive development. Up to the age of 7, children learn through observation and imitation. We hope to show our children that we believe in the power of our bodies and our nervous systems.