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Frequently Asked

Q: What is chiropractic care?
A: Chiropractic care is a non-invasive approach to healthcare that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of musculoskeletal disorders. It involves manual manipulation of the spine and joints to relieve pain and improve function.

Q: What conditions can chiropractic care treat?
A: Chiropractic care can be used to treat a variety of conditions, including back pain, neck pain, headaches, joint pain, and many other musculoskeletal disorders.

Q: What is an adjustment?

A:Spinal adjustments, or spine manipulation, refers to manual techniques used by chiropractors to adjust the joints and bones of the spine. The goal is to improve range of motion, reduce pain, and improve function. Chiropractic adjustment is a manual therapy technique used by chiropractors to treat musculoskeletal conditions, especially back and neck pain. The technique involves applying force to joints of the body, specifically the spine, with the goal of restoring or enhancing joint function. The force is delivered with the hands or a small instrument.

Q: What makes Firestone Chiropractic unique?
A: At Firestone Chiropractic, we focus on providing personalized care to each individual patient. We use a combination of chiropractic adjustments, functional movements, and rehabilitation exercises to help our patients recover from their injuries and achieve optimal health.

Q: Can children be adjusted?

A: Yes, children can receive chiropractic care, including newborns and infants. Chiropractors are trained to adjust children's spines and treat conditions such as colic, ear infections, and scoliosis. Chiropractic care for your child is focused on the health and wellness of the child. Chiropractic techniques for children involve a much lower force adjustment then what is used for adults. Instrument adjusting is often used.

Billing/ Rates

We are in network with the listed insurance companies. We do not bill some out of network companies, so if you have questions about yours, call ahead.  ​​

  • Cigna

  • Aetna     

  • Medicare Part B

  • Humana

What patients should know about insurance?

  • Quote of benefits is not a guarantee of payment.

  • We file and bill some insurance as a courtesy for the patient.

  • We recommend that patients call their insurance companies before a visit so that they are aware of any co-pay or deductible amounts. 


Non-Insurance Patients Or "Cash Patients"


We offer care plans for people who need more than the occasional adjustment.

Care plans vary according to what level care is chosen:  twice or more times a month, once a week, or twice a month. Plans start on the day of purchase, and need to be used within one month from that date (30 days approx).

Normal fees: Adult $50  Child: $35

Two Visits   Family ($225)  Couple ($150)  Individual  ($85) Child ($60)

Four Visits  Family ($325)  Couple ($225)  Individual ($125) Child ($100)

Unlimited 8+ visits per months: Family ($400) Couple ($350) Individual ($250)  Child ($150)

Each plan needs to be used within one month of starting

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