Frequently Asked Questions
At Impact Sports Rehab and Chiropractic, we’re here to guide you every step of the way. There’s no such thing as a stupid question when it comes to your health. Check out the answers to some of our patients’ frequently asked questions below. If there’s something on your mind that isn’t mentioned here, please get in touch with Dr. Lindsey Polaskey or Dr. Brandon Polaskey for more information.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT FROM MY FIRST VISIT?
During the initial visit you will receive a thorough examination, a review of findings, and treatment. The entire length of all of your visits will be one-on-one with the doctor!
HOW LONG IS A TYPICAL VISIT?
The initial visit is between 45-60 minutes, and follow up visits are approximately 45 minutes in length.
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR TO MY APPOINTMENT?
You should wear or bring comfortable clothing to your appointment. Examples of this would be athletic shorts, t-shirts or tank tops.
DO I NEED A REFERRAL FOR CHIROPRACTIC OR ACUPUNCTURE?
No, you do not need a referral to be seen at Impact Sports Rehab and Chiropractic.
IF I GET TREATED ONCE, WILL I HAVE TO BE TREATED FOREVER?
DO YOU TAKE INSURANCE?
We do take insurance! We are currently in network with Blue Cross Blue Shield , AETNA, and United Healthcare. Other ways to pay include ChiroHealth USA and cash/credit. If you have a health savings account (HSA), a flex spending account (FSA), or a health reimbursement arrangement (HRA), you can use that to pay for your visit. If you have any questions, or would like a further explanation of how you can use ChiroHealth USA please let us know!
DO YOU TAKE X-RAYS?
No, we do not have an x-ray machine in the office nor do we utilize it for diagnostic purposes. At Impact Sports Rehab and Chiropractic we have a movement based approach to our practice so it would not alter how we would address your problem in most cases.
However, if you suffered a traumatic accident, we find something during your history and examination where imaging (i.e., x-ray, CT scan, MRI) is warranted, or we're not meeting expected progress, we will make the referral for imaging accordingly. In some cases, it's important to get an imaging study to determine whether or not treatment is viable.