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What should I expect on my first visit?

During your first visit, Dr. Stacy will take you through a complete examination. The exam process is one of the most important pieces of your care plan. The exam allows us to determine exactly why you are having the current pain/limitations and where they are coming from. It may take anywhere from 30-50 minutes and will consist of the following: functional evaluation, orthopaedic assessment, neurological exam, and joint and soft tissue palpation/assessment.

Will I be sore after treatment?

Although soreness is typically not experienced, it is not uncommon. Especially if it is your first time seeing a chiropractor.

Do you take insurance?

Great Lakes Spine & Performance works with all forms of insurance, but we do not bill insurance directly. We require payment at the time of service and can provide you with a superbill to submit to your insurance for reimbursement. Your insurance company will send you a check in the mail based on your coverage.

Can I use my Health Savings Account (HSA) or flex spending card?  

Yes! If your HSA requires a superbill, we will provide one for you to make the process as easy as possible.

What should I expect during treatment?

Follow up appointments are approximately 10-20 minutes in length of 1-on-1 treatment. Each treatment will vary by individual and per condition. It is not uncommon that a patient begins to feel relief after the first visit.

What are all the things you treat?

Adhesive capsulitis
Arthritis
Bulging disc
Back Pain
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Degenerative disc disease
Degenerative joint disease
Difficulty walking
Disc herniation
Disc injuries
Failed back surgery
Frozen shoulder
Golfer’s/tennis elbow
Headaches
Hip pain
Iliotibial band (IT) syndrome
Impingement syndromes
Jaw pain
Joint pain
Knee pain
Lateral/medial epicondylitis
Lower back pain
Muscle spasms
Neck pain
Overuse injuries
Pinched nerves
Piriformis syndrome
Plantar fasciitis
Post-surgical back pain
Pregnancy-related back pain
Radiculopathy
Rotator cuff syndrome
Sacroiliitis
Sciatica
Shoulder pain
Shin splints
Soft tissue adhesions
Spinal stenosis
Sprains and strains
Tendinitis
TMJ disorder
Torticollis