Got questions? No problem, we get that a lot.
Here are some answers to the questions we hear most often.
Can adjustments help with nursing?
Yes, mothers report great success with latching, nursing and digestive issues following adjustments. Whether the problem is a misalignment or nerve interference, chiropractic is a great place to start.
How far into my pregnancy can I get adjusted?
If you have been getting adjusted throughout your pregnancy, you can be adjusted using the Webster Method right up to the time you deliver.
How often should I get adjusted?
We recommend being adjusted once a week until your body balances, then every other week or monthly to maintain wellness.
How soon can I get my infant adjusted?
Immediately or soon after birth.
I'm a little scared.
It's OK. We meet you where you are and will explain everything that is happening. If you are REALLY good, you get a sticker and get to ring the Brave Bell ... just like the kids!
I'm feeling OK, should I come in?
Chasing a pain cycle (only coming in to be adjusted when you are in pain) will help relieve today's pain. For wellness, we recommend getting adjusted regularly, whether or not you are in pain.
I'm not sure my toddler will be still for an adjustment.
Yeah, that's the way toddlers work! Dr. Abby is specially trained to work with children and make adjustment time easy and fun!
Isn't it dangerous to adjust an infant?
In the same way that you don't treat an infant like an adult, we don't adjust infants like adults. Adjusting very young children utilizes as much pressure as one would use while touching your eye.
What do I wear?
It's best to wear comfortable, non-restrictive clothing for your adjustment, but we want to make it easy to get adjusted regularly so come as you are!
What's an Insight Scan and how do I get one?
An Insight scan is a way of "seeing" beneath the surface of your skin to the muscles and nerves. Insight scans provide good diagnostic information and aids in creating a treatment plan. Dr. Abby may suggest scans or you may request to be scanned. Scans are offered at an additional fee and need a little more time than a regular adjustment. Scans do not hurt and can be done for both adults and children! If you are interested in being scanned ask Dr. Abby or you can book a scan appointment for yourself on the patient portal at
What's the foot thing?
Here's what your adjustment looks like from Dr. Abby's point of view ... before adjustment on left and after adjustment on right.
Why does a Mobile Office visit cost more?
The Mobile Office comes to your home or office to make adjustments more convenient, accessible and private. But coming to you means Dr. Abby can't be seeing other patients. Additionally, the Mobile Office has unique costs associated with it. The best way to keep the cost of Mobile Office visits down is to increase the number of people (in a family or group) getting adjusted. Once the office is "rolling" the adjustment costs are the same!