Q: “What's wrong with me?”
A: The simplest explanation is that you have a bone out of place in your spine, pinching a nerve, causing symptoms, and resulting in an unhealthy condition. In order for you to be healthy, the bone has to be in place with no pressure on your nerves.
Q: “Can you help me?”
A: If your health problem is a result of a bone out of place, pinching a nerve, and causing symptoms, then we can help you. Gently returning your spinal bones to their normal position so that you can regain your health is our job.
If your health problem is caused by something other than a bone out of place, we may refer you for further examination with another specialist.
Q: “How long will it take?”
A: How long your care takes depends upon how severe your health problem is, and how long you’ve had your symptoms.
Our best treatment plan is the “Rapid Pain Solution Program™.” The goal of this treatment plan is to get you out of pain as quickly as possible, and attempt to fix your health problem. For best results, we recommend 3 office visits per week for 3 weeks. At the end of 3 weeks of care you will be re-evaluated and you will either: 1) Be done with your care, 2) Choose an additional 3 weeks of care (if your condition is serious), or 3) Choose periodic care to maintain your progress.
Please remember that no cures or guarantees are promised or implied with this treatment.
Q: “How much will it cost?”
A: If you are injured at work, your employer’s Worker’s Compensation insurance policy covers you 100% in Wisconsin. If you are injured in an automobile accident, the Medical Payments portion of your automobile policy usually pays 100% up to a certain amount (or up to one year from the date of the accident).
If you are using your group insurance, you are responsible for any amounts not paid by your insurance company (deductibles, and/or co-payments).
Please call us at (262) 534-3767 for the current office visit rates and specials.
Q: “How long will it take before I feel better?”
A: Please allow up to 2 weeks for results. If you show no improvement after two weeks of care, you will be scheduled to have a private consultation with me, and you may be referred for further evaluation (or a second opinion).
Q: “Do I need an appointment, or can I just walk in?”
A: As a courtesy to our staff, pre-made appointments are preferred. However, walk-ins are welcome.
Q: “What should I do if I miss an appointment?”
A: If you miss an appointment, simply call our office to reschedule your appointment. If you choose, you may also come in at the same time on the next day we are open. It is up to you to keep track of your appointments.
Q: “What should I do if I’m in pain and the office isn’t open?”
A: The use of ice packs almost always provides temporary relief until your next office visit. It is our policy to only treat during daily office hours & only in our office (due to equipment reasons).
Q: “Can I quit care if I feel good? Can I quit care if I feel bad?”
A: You will have good days and bad days during your treatment. Please complete the program that you started for maximum benefits. In any event, it’s always your choice.
Q: “Does your office take Medical Assistance or Medicare Assignment?”
A: Our office does not accept Medical Assistance (Title 19). Medicare patients are required to pay at the time of service, and our staff will complete all your paperwork. Medicare will then reimburse the patient (then again, they may not).