Short answer…no.

Neuro-Structural Restoration is not addictive. You can choose to stop at anytime.

Many people choose to continue with care after the corrective program in order to optimize and maintain their results.

As with anything, if you stop cold turkey, the benefits you received from your hard work will deteriorate and disappear.

Take exercise for example.

If you workout 3x per week for 12-weeks, at the end of that period you should notice some great results.

If you decide to stop working out, the improvements you experienced will decrease and deteriorate until they are no longer present. This same phenomenon occurs in the nervous system and tissues surrounding the spine.

The simple answer is…you don’t.

Which is why we will need to complete a Comprehensive Neuro-Structural Examination in order to determine if you’re a case that can be helped in our office.

If a core problem is detected in your spine and nervous system, we will be able to help you.

In the event that no core problem is found, or co-management is found to be ideal, our team will refer you to one of the “approved” providers in our community (massage, physical therapist, naturopath, acupuncturist, trainer, etc).

Here is a list of health issues that have improved under the Neuro-Structural Restoration Method in our practice:

  • Neck pain
  • Joint Pain
  • Headaches
  • Sinus Problems
  • Spinal Issues
  • Pelvic Problems
  • Sciatica
  • Digestive Issues
  • Sleeping Trouble
  • Fatigue
  • Allergies
  • Menstrual Discomfort
  • Decreased Libido
  • Hormonal Imbalances
  • Various Neurological Disorders
  • And many more…

Let us be very clear… Neuro-Structural Restoration did NOT cure these conditions.

In each of these cases, core problems with the spine and nervous system were detected and corrected. A side effect of improved structure and neurological function is increased health, growth, and repair.

In order to make sure you’re in the right place, our consultation is always complementary.

If an exam is warranted and you’d like to move ahead with the Comprehensive Neuro-Structural Examination, the examination, analysis, and review of your results is $199.

If you are fortunate to have some extended health coverage (a majority of our practice does not have coverage) our team can issue an itemized statement of services for your insurance provider.

For most people, insurance is a very confusing thing. Not to mention it has changed drastically in just the past 10-years. We know how difficult it is to grasp what your insurance will and won’t pay for, so we’ve written out the thought process you need to adopt in order to understand insurance in the modern day.

The purpose of insurance is to help you in case of emergency. In this case, health emergencies.

Now, while it’s true some insurance companies will cover a few visits to the chiropractor, the overwhelming majority of insurance plans we see in our office do not.

But, let’s play the game and say you have some health coverage in a chiropractor’s office.

Typically, it will only be for a small amount of visits. You may first have to reach your deductible, and/or be required to make a co-pay that goes with each visit. If you’ve met your deductible, or your co-pay is low enough, and you want to use your insurance, the amount of visits you get from your insurance will most likely help to relieve some of the symptoms temporarily.

Insurance plans are not set up for any corrective care. Meaning, after the visits that are covered by your insurance company are used, the core problem will in all likelihood still be present.

You may not have the symptoms or discomfort you were experiencing before, but it’s a matter of time before the core problem creates more collateral damage that contribute to more health issues.

Since our main goal is providing long-lasting correction of your core problems, it’s no wonder why our recommendations don’t line up with what your insurance provides. Our goals are drastically different.

Please understand, insurance is there for an emergency, to get you out of trouble. Insurance is not there to provide you with correction or preventative care.

With that being said, at this point, Americans are typically on their own if they want to keep and stay healthy.

Our approach to insurance is this…if you have a few visits covered, great! Look at it as a coupon towards your health.

HOWEVER, relying on your insurance policy to keep you healthy will never work.

  • It’s simply to get you out of emergency situations
  • You’re given a set amount of care/money you can receive each year. This care/money you receive from your insurance company is not based on what the doctor clinically deems necessary. Nor is it based on what your health history requires for your particular situation.

For the majority of you who don’t have access to this coupon, it shouldn’t keep you from taking control of your health and creating a better life and future for yourself.

As the twig bends, so grows the tree. One of the first instances where there can be pressure applied to the spine and nervous system is during birth.

As the baby comes through the birth canal, there’s significant pressure that the baby endures. Not to mention, all the slips, crashes, and falls a baby sustains throughout their first years.

These traumas can cause shifting and core problems in the spine and nervous system just like in an adult. Since a baby is experiencing such rapid growth, it’s even more critical to make sure the nervous system is functioning in an optimum state.

Many patients realize if they’re getting their spine and nervous system cleared routinely, their children should be as well.