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Frequently Asked Questions

How much will it cost?

Cost for the first visit and any subsequent follow ups vary greatly based on your health insurance carrier and your individual plan. Call us, and we will be happy to discuss this with you and look up your coverage.

Do you take my insurance?

We’re in network with Aetna, BCBS, Cerner, and UHC. We can bill other insurance companies out of network on a case by case basis. We also have a comparable cash price that’s available to you as well.

Do I have to come back forever?

Of course not! One of the things that sets us apart is our treatment plans. We thoroughly go over your complaint, conduct an in-depth examination and give you rehab and therapy exercises to help it go away and stay away for good!

Should I get an X-ray/ MRI?

A vast majority of the time, Xrays and MRI’s don’t reveal anything other than normal anatomy. They don’t show the cause of your pain, and they can be expensive. They are great in certain instances like a car wreck or if you have a potential broken bone. This can be discussed and decided during your initial exam.

I’ve had this for a long time. Can you help?

There’s a good chance we can, and we would love to discuss your condition with you.

Do I have to stop doing my favorite activities?

Nope! That’s why we focus on keeping you active during your treatment plan so you can keep up with your busy and active life!

Do I have to be an athlete to come here?

Definitely not! We’re thrilled to help you no matter if lifting car seats or lifting weights is your thing! Running an errand and running a marathon both require your muscles and joints to be strong and working well. 

Do I need a medical doctor’s referral to see you?

You do not. Chiropractic physicians are portal of entry providers in the state of Missouri. That’s fancy wording which means you can come on your own without a referral from another doctor.

Do you provide “Physical Therapy” services in the Kansas City area?

In the state of Missouri, only licensed physical therapists are able to provide “Physical Therapy.” We provide therapeutic exercise and rehab for muscle and joint injuries.