Frequently Asked Questions


These are some of the most frequently asked questions, but you might have a few of your own! Ask away!

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What should I wear to a session?

I can easily work through lightweight clothing, or you can undress to your undergarments and be completely draped at all times.  Wear something loose or bring shorts and a t-shirt to change into.  Sweat pants or yoga pants are okay as long as they aren't too thick or made of slick fabric. The most important criteria is to be comfortable!

Do you accept insurance?

Unfortunately, we do not accept insurance or Medicare at this time. Instead, I just try to keep my prices reasonable! I can give you a receipt with the proper insurance code to submit to your insurance company following an auto accident.

what forms of Payment are accepted?

As of yet, I do not have a card reader, so please bring cash or check to your appointment.

what can I expect after treatment?

You might feel a bit sore or tired as your body processes the changes happening as a result of your session. Just drink lots of water, take a little walk, and a nap if you need it and can squeeze it in! Some people feel almost immediate results. For many, the changes take a few days, even up to a week, but then you should notice less pain, better balance, and more energy. Sometimes pain intensifies, or shifts, in the first few days, then improves greatly! This doesn't happen to everyone. Every body is different, but it's good to have a heads up. Just know that whatever you are experiencing is normal! And if you have any questions you can always call me!

How long is a treatment?

Treatments vary in length from 1 and 1/2 hours for an initial visit, to 30 minutes depending on what your body needs. On average, expect to spend at least an hour!

How many Sessions will I need?

That depends on your body, and how long you have been suffering from your current condition. Acute injuries may take just one or two sessions. A condition that has developed over time may take more time to correct, requiring 3 - 5 visits or more.  Some advanced procedures are too intense for a first visit and require one of more previous sessions to prepare the body for healing.  After the initial complaint has been addressed, many clients opt to go on a maintenance program and schedule a visit every 3 weeks to a month to optimize their health.