Chiropractic FAQs

 

Below are some frequently asked chiropractic questions (chiropractic FAQ’s) and answers from Chiropractic Solutions of Denver. As a professional Denver chiropractor, Dr. Baldwin is pleased to provide insight about his professional services. To learn more or to schedule an appointment, contact us today at (303) 647-9196.

Q) What conditions do chiropractors treat?

A) Some conditions that are commonly treated in our office are headaches, low back, carpal tunnel syndrome, musculoskeletal conditions, fibromyalgia, neck pain, degenerative disc disease, disc bulges, disc tears, whiplash injuries, sports injuries, pain syndromes, and postural problems such as forward head posture. Read More…

Q) Is chiropractic treatment safe?

A) With medication interactions and death rates on the rise, chiropractic care, acupuncture, and massage have been shown to be extremely effective and very low risk for complications.  There is a reason that chiropractic malpractice rates are the lowest of any primary care physicians in the United States. Read More…

Q) Does chiropractic treatment require a referral from an MD?

A) Chiropractors are considered primary care physicians by the State of Colorado, as well as by most insurance companies.  Chiropractic Solutions of Denver does not require a referral from an MD, however if you would like your primary to know what treatment has been rendered, we would be more than happy to send a report to him or her. Read More…

Q) Do insurance plans cover chiropractic treatment, acupuncture treatment or massage?

A) Chiropractic treatment is covered my most insurance plans.  We will accept and file the insurance through our billing system. Read More…

Q) How is a chiropractic adjustment performed?

A) Dr. Baldwin can use his hands or a small instrument to apply a controlled small force into the joint to get it to move more or improve mobility.  The goal of chiropractic adjustments in Denver, also known as spinal manipulation, is to correct structural alignment and improve your body’s physical function by balancing the muscles, ligaments, joints, and nerves. Read More…