What Makes Denver Intergrated Spine Center Different?
How Do I know I Have Injuries From an Accident?
What Should you do if you think you have been injured?
How do I know if I have a DISC Problem?
What happens to the body in a car accident?
What is Dry Needling?
What is Cupping?
Why is Physical Therapy good for accidents?
What is a Chiropractic Adjustment?
The chiropractic adjustment is a gentle, yet dynamic thrust applied to a particular spinal joint in such a way as to generate movement in a specific direction. Chiropractic adjustments restore proper mechanics of the spine, enhancing joint function, improving range of motion, mobility, and preventing injury due to improper joint dynamics.
What happens when my symptoms have disappeared?
Symptoms often respond well to treatment and seem to disappear before total correction has occurred. The objective of treatment is to obtain full joint function, soft tissues, and neurological activity. Our team considers the job done when spinal and extremity motion is fully restored and not just when symptoms and pain have reduced. It is not uncommon for a patient to want to stop care when symptoms disappear. It is important to understand that until the muscle/joint dysfunction is fully corrected, there is still a substantial vulnerability for the symptoms to recur. As long as the dysfunctions continue to exist to some extent, it may undermine body function and health and may ultimately cause symptoms once again.
Sometimes degenerative and arthritic conditions of spinal joints are present, and thus certain conditions cannot be totally corrected. Yet chiropractic and physical therapy treatments can improve function and relieve discomfort, when administered on a regular basis.
How Often Will I Need Treatment?
It is important to remember that maintaining your health is an ongoing process. Your treatment recommendations are based on your specific needs and your unique history.
Chronic, long-term conditions may require intensive care for a number of weeks, followed by a gradual reduction to frequency of care. Acute, painful conditions may need to be handled in stages. The pain and inflammatory process is often initially treated with physical therapy modalities for a period of time. Following this treatment is often time several times per week, as your condition improves we will reduce your frequency accordingly. Milder conditions, of course, require a lesser frequency and a shorter duration of care.
You’ve never been to a Physical therapist or Chiropractor before, what should you expect?
On your first visit we do a consultation, comprehensive evaluation, and take any imaging if necessary. At this time we will discuss the best treatment options and therapies for you. We are accepting new patients at this time, call us for an appointment.
Does Denver Integrated Spine Center accept health insurance?
- United HealthCare
- Others that may not be listed*
Your cost will depend on your specific policy, regarding co-pays and deductible amounts.
*Contact us below to inquire about other insurance plans accepted at this time.
Do you accept auto insurance for car accidents?
We specialize in treating patients that have been injured in car accidents, we do accept auto insurance. We can bill your med-pay, or bill the at-fault insurance company to ensure that your bills are paid. There is no out of pocket expense, we will hold your bills until there is payment through a settlement at the end of your therapy.
What If I don’t have insurance?
No insurance no problem. We offer low rates to make sure care is still accessible to you or your family. Call for pricing details.
How does a Multidisciplinary treatment approach benefit the healing process?
We believe that having doctors work together creates the best outcome for you. Many times your conditions cross over into several medical disciplines. We utilize the expertise of Physical Therapists, Chiropractors, and a medical team to address your needs.
Can I use my HSA account?
Yes. We accept HSA accounts and can provide you with the appropriate billing receipts.
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