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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions


What Do I Wear

  • Regarding attire, the more we can see and feel, the more efficient we can be. Treatment is performed on bare skin, so most patients simply wear they're under garments. If you are more comfortable, in loose clothing like gym shorts and a tank top, then that is fine. It should be lose enough to allow for easy manipulation to have access to the area needed to be worked on.

Does it Hurt

  • Blades scraping does not hurt for most patients. If a client has sensitive skin then it can be uncomfortable.

  • Thera Gun can be uncomfortable to painful if a client has muscle soreness or has sensitive skin. The setting of the Thera Gun will be set appropriate for each client.

  • Kinesio Taping does not hurt.

What If I am Late

  • The appointment will end as scheduled if a client is late.

What Type Of Payment Do You Accept

  • We accept all major credit and debit cards. We do accept cash, but you have to have the exact amount.


Arriving Early To My Appointment

  • We currently do not have a waiting room. I apologize for the inconvenience. We meet every client at the door as well as walk every client out.

How much water should I be Drinking

  • You will want to start drinking water 24 hours before your appointment if you are not consuming 60 to 124 ounces of water daily. Consuming plenty of water will allow the body to respond better to the Manual Therapy being performed

Where do
we Park

  • You are more than welcome to park in my driveway, as well as behind the carport or on the side of the road in front of my property.

Where do we go after Parking

  • There is a walkway between the carport and the west side my house. Please walk down the walkway through the back gate and turn left. I will be there to greet you.


What If I Have a Handicap

  • I do apologize because we do not have a handicap ramp that goes into the clinic for wheelchair access. There are 6 steps that a client needs to climb up to get into the clinic. I am more than happy to help assist a client walking up the steps if necessary. I do apologize if there are needs for a ramp. In the near future we will have a clinic built on the property that will meet the needs for wheelchair accessibility.

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