Treatment Process

Phase 1

Phase 1: Relief Care

If you're in pain when you come to our office, the first objective is to help you feel better. Depending on the severity of your problem, it is typical to need care 2-3 times per week for 4-12 weeks.

Phase 2

Phase 2: Corrective Care

During the corrective care phase, muscles and other tissues are allowed to heal more completely, which helps prevent future injury and discomfort. Depending on the overall health and severity of your problem, we will determine how many treatments are necessary.

Phase 3

Phase 3: Wellness Care

Once your body has fully healed, periodic adjustments will help ensure stability and avoid future injuries. Usually, this only requires a quick visit to the chiropractor 1-4 times per month, depending on your lifestyle and personal goals.

Facts about Chiropractic

Chiropractic analyzes your body for vertebral subluxations, a severe form of spine and nerve stress, and then corrects or removes any spinal nerve pressure or “pinched nerve” using spinal adjustment techniques.

Subluxations are caused by stress on the body whether it be emotional, mechanical or physiological, the spine harbors the stress and the body adapts. Later in life the body may struggle to keep you balanced and then out of no where you “feel out of whack.”

Nearly everyone eventually gets spinal nerve stress which results in subluxations. The hidden epidemic may lurk around the corner and it is for that reason we all need to have our spines checked for this condition every once in a while by a Doctor of Chiropractic.

Chiropractors perform treatments by working with the bones and nerves of the spinal column and spinal cord as well. Chiropractors spend years of highly specialized training in order to analyze, detect and correct spinal misalignments or subluxations. Through the Chiropractic adjustment, nerve pressure is released and in turn allows the body to express it’s full potential.

Various conditions are treated with Chiropractic care, such as allergies, ear infections, PMS, cold/flu, arthritis, stress, vision issues, headaches, colic, bed-wetting, high blood pressure, sciatica and the list goes on!

The goal of Chiropractic treatments is not to treat a disease, but rather enhance the health of an individual through the reduction of spinal nerve stress so that your body can heal itself.

Facts about Acupuncture

Acupuncture has been used for thousands of years, to treat hundreds of health issues and is based on the premise that most diseases are the result of energy and nerve disruption.

Energy flow can be disrupted throughout the body, either through meridians, which are pathways for which the body communicates, or from the spinal column through vertebral misalignment. 

As researchers continue to produce positive support for acupuncture, more and more health problems continue to be shown to respond extremely well to this all-natural healthcare approach such as tics, headaches, spasms, osteoarthritis, stomach problems, bronchitis, sciatica, heart trouble, impotence, loss of smell and abnormal blood pressure to name a few.

The proper term for Acupuncture is Meridian Therapy. It was named “acupuncture” in the 16th century by Portuguese sailors who knew no better. The wrong name stuck.

Acupuncture (Meridian Therapy) has four laws to obey for those who desire health and longevity: (1) Proper nutrition; (2) Adequate rest; (3) Moderate exercise; (4) Positive mental attitude.



Various payment options

At Two Hands Chiropractic we accept most insurance plans. We accept personal injury, workers compensation, auto accident and most health insurance plans, including Medicare. Please call us for more information!

We are happy to provide family plans for those with children needing adjustments as well. We will create customized plans to fit your needs. 

Flexible payment options can be arranged for patients who have little or no chiropractic insurance coverage. 

We will work with you in order to get you the care you need. We are here to help, please contact us to discuss your needs. 

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