Whether you're a first-time client of chiropractic or a returning customer, we want you to feel confident that you've made the right choice in choosing Tankersley Chiropractic. Please take a moment to fill out the paperwork before your first visit. 

Returning Patients: If we haven't seen you in over 6 months, please fill out the new patient paperwork so we can update or records. We're glad to have you back!

What to Expect

On your first visit we will perform a consultation, neurological & orthopedic exam and motion x-rays to find the source of your problem. A relief treatment may be provided on your initial visit depending on your condition. The vertebra move in 14 different directions around 300,000 nerve fibers so we need to be careful in what we do. 

On the second visit Dr. Craig will review your chief complaint, exam findings, x-rays and answer any questions you may have concerning your condition. The report answers the 4 basic questions:

  • What is wrong with me?
  • Can you fix it?
  • How long will it take?
  • How much will it cost?

After all your questions have been answered your treatment will begin.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much will my first visit cost?

There is no charge for your first or second visit, we want to find the problem on your first visit using motion x-rays and discuss treatment options on your second visit (treatment not included). 

How many treatments will I need?

The number of treatments needed depends on how long you've had the problem, condition of your spine, overall health, age, weight, occupation, history of trauma, diet and exercise habits.

What if I only want to do a few treatments instead of a treatment plan?

It's your body and your choice to choose what is best for you, I will give you my "perfect world recommendations" on your second visit. 

How much will my insurance cover?
Most plans only cover the recovery phase of care, they do not cover maintenance or the rehabilitation phase (strengthening). We will give you a detailed explantion of the above to help in your decision making process.