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Below you will find a list of our most frequently asked questions and answers to make sure you know our methods, policies, and procedures. We are here for your benefit. If you do not see any of the questions you may have, please feel free to leave a comment in our contact form and we will reach out to you as soon as we can! 

  • How much do services cost?
    Individual case prices vary based on the patient's conditions, age, and severity. After consultation, our staff will then apprise you of the cost, before any services are rendered.
  • How much is a consultation?
    All consultations are free and after consultation the doctor will explain what type of evaluation is indicated (i.e. whether you require x-rays, etc.), and discuss your personal objectives.
  • Will my insurance pay for your services?
    We are participating physicians on most of the major insurance companies. Everyone's insurance company is different and every company offers many different plans. We make sure before we render any services our staff will explain your coverage and what you will pay for. For those who have limited or no insurance, we can work out a financial plan that fits your finances.
  • Does the treatment hurt?
    The first treatment may be slightly uncomfortable but not really painful. After the doctor is familiar with the nuances of your spine and pelvis, all remaining treatments should be painless.
  • How long does treatment take?
    Your initial consultation and evaluation will take some time, usually takes about an hour. Treatment for both Chiropractic and physical therapy should take a half hour or less.
  • How long is a treatment plan?
    This depends on the patient and their degree of injury and/or age of their condition. Most plans are prescribes in four stages by Dr. Lamounette
  • What are the four stages of a prescribed treatment plan?
    In general, Dr. Lamounette directs patients towards maximum stabilization through a series of stages. Stage One: The patient is seen to reduce or eliminate pain. Stage Two: The "nerve or joint danger zone", paying close attention to flare ups with physical activity. Stage Three: Patient reaches optimal alignment to reach final phase. Stage Four: Patient is provided with an exercise regimen to stabilize the condition and prevent its return.
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