Frequently Ask Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
What to expect on my first visit?
In depth analysis from our doctor pertaining to your issues.
Do I need an appointment to ask a question?
We are glad to answer some questions by calling us at 513.229-7333 or you can submit a question by using the convenient form on our Contact Us page.
How do I find driving directions for an appointment?
We are located at: 5740 Gateway Blvd., Suite 103
Mason, OH 45040.
You can use our map located in our Contact Us Page.
The common questions we answer
- Have you been told you need surgery or has surgery failed?
- Do you take anti-inflammatory medications on a regular basis?
- Have you had years of pain and been told that there is no treatment?
- Do manipulations and adjustments only give you temporary or no relief?
- Do you hurt worse with doing more activity?
- Do you frequently need to change positions due to discomfort?
- Does your pain interfere with your sleep?
- Do you feel fatigued due to your issues?
- Do you have a deep achy pain of the spine or joints?
- Do you have chronic headaches?
- Do you suffer from pelvic pain?
What can we help treat?
- Back pain
- Neck pain
- Sports injuries
- Carpal Tunnel syndrome
- Torn Tendons
- Ligaments and Cartilage Damage
- Degenerated or Herniated Discs
- Deep Aching Degenerative Disc Disease
- Disc Herniation
- Heel Spurs
- Knee Injuries
- Migraine Headaches
- Vaginal Pain
- Restal and Testicular Pain
- Rotator Cuff Tears
- Tennis Elbow
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Neuropathic Pain
- Shingles Pain
- Pelvic Pain and more!
What is the lead time to get in?
Typically within a week
How long does a visit take?
First consultation may take an hour. Each treatment is less than an hour.
Is there an age limit for these types of treatments?
Minimum twelve years of age or of adult stature.
If I have multiple area that need treatment, can I do them all at the same time?
It depends on your insurance allowance. If paying out of pocket, typically yes.
Do I eat before I have a treatment?
Yes, you need to eat a good meal before treatment. Typically a healthy meal consisting of some source of protein. If you are taking any anti-inflammatory or narcotic medications, we will need to discuss the option to stop taking them a few days prior to the treatment.
Do I need to obtain and bring previous medical records or X-rays?
Yes, you will need to bring in any medical records including MRI, X-rays or other previous test results and documents.
What do I need to do prior to my treatment?
This will be discussed in the initial consultation.
Do I need to make arrangements for someone to drive me home after my treatment?
Not for the initial consultation and not for most treatments based on the area of the body.
Are there any restrictions on food or drinks prior to my treatment?
No, there are not restrictions.
What do I need to do if I need to reschedule a treatment?
Contact the office (513-229-7333) at least 24 hours prior to the appointment to avoid a cancellation fee.
What is the cost for this treatment?
Initial fees are typically covered by insurance for the consultation. Treatment fees will be discussed at the initial visit.