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Frequently Asked Questions

Integrative medicine is a holistic approach that combines conventional medical treatments with complementary and alternative therapies. It emphasizes patient-centered care, promoting overall well-being and disease prevention through the integration of diverse healing modalities.

Our Florida Wellness Doctors will develop treatment plans specifically tailored to each individual and their specific needs and goals.  Each treatment plan will be design to complement any existing treatment plans that may be prescribed by your Primary Care and other Specialty Physician.

A Sports Medicine Doctor is a medical provider who specializes in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions related to sports and physical activity.  These doctors have specialized training in both sports science and general medicine, allowing them to address the unique healthcare needs of not only athletes but any active individual.

Most insurance companies cover Integrative and Sports medicine as they would any medical specialty.  Patients with an HMO will need a referral from their primary care physician.  

Yes, we accept most insurances, personal injury and worker’s compensation. Please call our office for a detailed list.
Generally, chiropractic physicians complete a bachelor’s degree with an emphasis on pre-medical courses. They then complete a doctorate degree at a chiropractic college, which is an additional 4 years of schooling.
The noise is caused by the change of pressure within the joint that results in gas bubbles being released, and there is no pain involved.
Yes, ALL ages can benefit from chiropractic adjustments
No, We are not in network with medicaid, however we would be happy to see you at a self pay rate
Yes, we are in network with medicare. (Note: For chiropractic patients, only adjustments are covered)

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