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Paying for Long-Term Treatment That’s NOT Relieving Your Symptoms

Reputable chiropractors do everything in their power to help their patients feel better as fast as possible with as few chiropractic treatments as necessary. Depending on your specific back problem and symptoms, multiple visits to the chiropractor should start to bring you noticeable pain relief. Within one to four weeks of chiropractic treatment, you should […]

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Buying Into the BEST Technique Myth

Consider it a warning sign if any chiropractor claims to be the only one with a “special new chiropractic technique” that is the latest and best method for spinal adjustments. How do you know that this “best” technique isn’t simply a strategy to get you to open your wallet wider? To be quite candid most […]

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Choosing a Chiropractor Based on a Single Telephone Call

Emotions and chronic pain can play a big part in making bad decisions; so remember this should be a business deal not an emotional encounter.  Crooked chiropractors seek out desperate patients because they make easy marks who will accept any deal offered, no matter how bad. You can avoid falling victim to high-pressure or excitement/fear […]

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Choosing a Chiropractor Based on an Uber-Low Price They Advertise

I know I am being redundant but here’s THREE REASONS this can be disastrous: 1. Remember the bait and switch rip off? A low price can be the bait that attracts your initial appointment only to be pressured into a much more expensive procedure or a mandatory long-term contract. 2.  Low price often equals the […]

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Choosing a Chiropractor Based On Price or Appointment Availability Alone

Remember… you get what you pay for. Having low prices and immediate appointment availability IS NOT the first thing you should look for in a chiropractor. Your first step should always be verifying that the chiropractor is properly trained, is  licensed as a Doctor of Chiropractic and capable of treating your symptoms. Here are some […]

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Chiropractors Lock You into Long Term Care

While maintenance care is recommended to keep your spine in tip top shape, by no means does this mean a daily, weekly or even monthly trip to the chiropractor’s office is required. If your pain is alleviated following an adjustment, an occasional visit for maintenance care may be recommended.  If your pain is not alleviated, […]

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Choosing Your Chiropractor Simply Because They Advertised the Cheapest Price

Cheaper doesn’t equal better. In fact what it may equal is one large headache and a lot more cash spent in the long run because… 1. A low price can be the bait that attracts your phone call only to be pressured into a much more expensive procedure. You should be thoroughly examined before anyone […]

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Delivering Less Than Promised

I’ve saved the most common rip off to be on the lookout for when you seek chiropractic care for today’s blog post.  Beware of the chiropractor that promises you a life free of back pain and delivers a lot less… while emptying your wallet. ==> RIP OFF #4 <== Delivering Less Than Promised All chiropractors […]

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Unsupported Claims

You’re halfway through the four COMMON RIP OFFS that will likely affect you when you seek chiropractic care.  To know how to beat “the best” rip-off keep reading… ==> RIP OFF #3 <== Unsupported Claims AKA “This adjustment technique is the best!” Whether it’s to charge a higher price for a so-called “better” technique or to […]

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Look Out for Crooked Doctors

Keep your eyes open and be super-aware because there are crooked doctors that want to RIP YOU OFF. As a chiropractor, I have heard about four common rip offs that could affect you when you seek chiropractic care that I want to tell you about. Take 60 seconds and read this quick blog post where […]

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