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Activator Chiropractic** GK3 Massage** Dry Needle

The Activator Instrument is a small, hand-held device that allows Dr. Lorie Greenwood to deliver a consistent, gentle adjustment that does not require twisting or cracking of the spine.
The GK3 massager is a powerful yet soothing vibrational massager that relaxes the muscles of the spine, and is used at the end of every treatmemt.
Dry needle is done when needed, and is similar to acupuncture with the tools it uses, yet different in approach and philosophy. Dry needle does not follow acupuncture meridian pathways, but is more of a site-specific treatment for pain, such as bursitis issues. 
Electrical stimulation/H-Wave is performed when there is tight muscle, an immobile area, or when someone is afraid of needles and an extra level of treatment is needed beyond the adjustment.

Activator Instrument, providing a gentle chiropractic adjustment without cracking or twisting the spine.
The GK3 massager (almost everyone's favorite part of their treatment), is used at the end of every treatment and relaxes and soothes the muscles.

How much will care cost? (Currently under construction)

Initial examination: $ Dr. Lorie will do an evaluation that will involve discussing the history of your injury, how this injury affects your ability to perform your normal activities, your range of motion, and a chiropractic assessment that assesses misalignment of the invlolved joints.

Adjustments of the spine: Depending on your issue(s), the per visit cost will be between $ and $.The fees are based on the number of areas adjusted in the spine: cervical (neck), thoracic (tops of shoulders to the mid-back), lumbar (lower back), sacrum, and pelvis. Adjustments are priced based on how many of those areas need to be addressed and not the "total number of clicks" performed. 

Extremity adjustments: $ some insurances cover extremity adjustments (knees, hips, hands, feet, elbows, shoulders, jaws, etc.) and some do not. If your insurance does not cover extremity adjustments, not to worry. There is only a small fee assessed for these treatments if they are an uncovered service with your particular insurer.

Dry needle: $ This is an uncovered service and the cash fee is collected at the time of service. Dry needle cannot be billed to insurance under the acupuncture benefit as acupuncture is a completely separate discipline from dry needle. If you would like to try acupuncture, Dr. Lorie can give you a list of great providers in the area that do perform that service.

Electrical stimulation/H Wave: $  Some insurances cover electrical stimulation and some do not. It can help relax tense muscles and help allow normal motion to be restored. If it is not billed to insurance because your plan does not cover it, the fee will be collected at the time of service.



Copays are due at the time of service. Billed per visit to your insurance or to you if you are uninsured or over your visit limit.

Spinal adjustments:
1-2 areas
3-4 areas
5 areas

Dry needle


Billed at the time of service

No insurances cover this service. Extra time is required at your visit to perform this service and should be scheduled accordingly.

Electrical stimulation/H-Wave

Billed at the time of service

Insurances that cover this service:
Extra time is required at your visit to perform this service and should be scheduled accordingly.