New Patients

    • What should I expect from my first visit?
      Dr. Kelsall will discuss your particular health concerns and conduct an orthopedic and posture exam to address spine functionality. Dr. Kelsall will determine a treatment plan for the visit including ergonomic recommendations as well as suggestions for fitness routines that best suit your body frame and health history. Then you are put in the trusted hands of one of the staff’s three licensed massage therapists for a brief massage. Following the massage, Dr. Kelsall will make the appropriate adjustments.
    • How much time is spent at each visit?
      Your first visit will be an hour and a half long. In this initial visit, Dr. Kelsall spends time learning about you and your particular health concern(s). Subsequent visits are generally 45 minutes including pre-treatment hot/ice packs and massage therapy. Shorter appointments can be arranged if patients are in need of follow-up adjustments only.
    • How much chiropractic care will I need?
      This is entirely dependent on your unique health concern. After a thorough examination, Dr. Kelsall will make recommendations based on the most efficient path to health. Dr. Kelsall sees chiropractic treatments as a vital part of health maintenance and encourages patients to get regular check-ups, just like they do with their dentist. However, it’s your health, and Dr. Kelsall will work with you to figure out the best plan for overall wellness.
    • Is chiropractic covered by insurance?
      Kelsall Chiropractic Clinic takes some insurance plans. Due to the ever-shifting insurance policies, it is best to call our clinic ahead of time with your insurance information.
    • Does chiropractic treat conditions other than back pain?
      Yes! We treat auto accident injuries, worker’s compensation injuries, headaches, sports injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, plantar fasciitis, iliotibial(IT) band syndrome, and a whole host of other sprains, and strains that cause people to seek relief.
    • New-patient form
      Filling out the the new-patient intake form beforehand will save you time at you first appointment. Link: Patient Intake Form