Frequently asked questions

Frequently Asked Questions

We treat musculoskeletal conditions of the body, including headaches, back and neck pain, extremity pain, muscle strains and ligament sprains, foot pain, to list a few.

Every person and case is different so there is no absolute answer, but treatments typically start with passive care using some of the therapies listed on the services section, then we move to exercise therapy where you move and strengthen certain muscles or movement patterns, then you are taught how to do the most important exercises at home.

Almost anyone, we treat infants to the elderly, professional athletes to desk workers. Anyone who has musculoskeletal pain wants to move better, or suffers from headaches, can benefit from our treatments. Chiropractic is a safe and cost-effective method of reducing pain and improving movement.

A sports chiropractor is someone who specializes in treating athletes and sports injuries. Dr. Matt obtained a dual bachelors degree in kinesiology (the study of human movement), and human biology as well as a masters degree in Sports Medicine from the United States of America in addition to his Doctorate of Chiropractic Degree. He has experience treating athletes ranging from professional bull riders and Para Olympians to junior competitors. He has worked both on the sidelines of sporting events and getting athletes ready to compete behind the scenes.

No, adjusting is a great tool, but we employ many other therapies to help achieve our patients' goals and outcome measures. At this clinic, we use adjusting methods, but we focus on exercise therapy and active care to get our patients moving and healing, both in the clinic and at home. This is a more effective way to achieve the outcome measures and create lasting improvements.

Unfortunately this is impossible to answer as each case and person is different, but on average it takes between 3 to 6 visits over 2-4 weeks. This depends on a variety of factors, including the patients adherence to their at home exercises and lifestyle changes.

Yes we accept most major medical aid plans, please inquire for specific schemes.

Absolutely not, fear of needles is a contraindication to the procedure, so a different therapy will be used to achieve the wanted outcome measure.