The Mobile Process

The Mobile Process


Mobility is at the core of what we do

Mobile chiropractic services bring the benefits of chiropractic care directly to the client. Typically, clients can schedule appointments online or via phone, and one of our licensed chiropractors will bring everything they need to you.

Once on-site, we will conduct a comprehensive assessment, which may include discussions about medical history, posture evaluation, and range of motion tests. Based on the assessment, the chiropractor then performs the services discussed.

Additionally, we may offer advice on ergonomic improvements and exercises to support ongoing health. Mobile chiropractic services cater to individuals with busy schedules, mobility issues, or those seeking a more private and personalized healthcare experience.

What You Can Expect

The Chiro Co. Experience

This one of a kind boutique experience will change how you view chiropractic care. Instead of commuting to an office, siting in a waiting room, and being rushed through your appointment. The Chiro Co process removes the waisted time from the clinical chiropractic approach which allows for more 1 on 1 time with your chiropractor to understand your goals and address your needs properly

  • Schedule Your Appointment

    Whether your in need of chiropractic care, dry needling, or physical rehabilitation - This is your first step. Just select the best day and time for one of our chiropractors to come to your home.

  • Your Personalized Phone Call

    After scheduling, you can expect a 1 on 1 personalized phone call from one of our chiropractors to set expectation and answer any questions you may have about your appointment.

  • Your Mobile Appointment

    During your appointment, the chiropractor will sit with you and discuss your needs and build a plan that makes sense for your goals. After the discussion, the chiropractor will preform any services that were agreed upon during the discussion and/or outlined in care plan in the comfort of your own home.


Frequently Asked Questions

Chiropractic care shouldn't hurt; it's typically gentle and non-invasive, focusing on adjustments to improve alignment and alleviate pain. However, some patients may experience mild discomfort or soreness afterward, similar to post-workout soreness, but it's usually temporary and can be relieved with rest and gentle stretching. Your chiropractor will communicate with you throughout the session to ensure your comfort level.

Our chiropractors commonly treat conditions like back pain, neck pain, headaches, and joint issues. In addition we specialize in pre-natal, post-natal, and pediatric care.  We focus on improving spinal alignment and nervous system function to alleviate pain and promote overall wellness. 

The number of sessions needed for noticeable improvement varies depending on factors such as the severity of your condition and your body's response to treatment. Some patients experience relief after just a few sessions, while others may require ongoing care for chronic issues. Our chiropractors will discuss a personalized treatment plan with you based on your needs and goals.

Chiropractic adjustments are considered safe when performed by one of our trained and licensed professional chiropractors. Serious complications are rare but can include temporary soreness, stiffness, or minor discomfort after an adjustment. Your Chiro Co. chiropractor will conduct a thorough evaluation before treatment and discuss any potential risks or concerns with you.

Chiropractic care takes a holistic approach, focusing on the body's natural ability to heal itself and emphasizing spinal health and nervous system function. Traditional medicine often relies on medication and surgery to treat symptoms, while chiropractic care aims to address the underlying cause of health issues. Our Chiro Co. chiropractors may also recommend lifestyle changes, exercise, and nutritional support to enhance overall wellness.

Our Chiro Co. chiropractors undergo extensive education and training, including completing a Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) degree program from an accredited chiropractic college. They are trained in spinal manipulation techniques, anatomy, physiology, and diagnostic procedures. Additionally, chiropractors must pass national and state board exams to obtain licensure to practice.

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