Frequently Asked Questions

What should I expect during my first visit? 

During your first visit, we review your overall health and work on the areas of your body that need healing. Keep in mind that everyone is different and no two treatment plans will be alike. 

How long are chiropractic appointments? 

The initial visits are usually 45 minutes and follow-up visits usually lasts 20- 30 minutes. However if you are experiencing a problem of particular significance, your appointment may last longer. 

Will the treatment be painful? 

No. Chiropractic is non-invasive and completely safe. Your appointment will be a relaxing and healing experience. 

What techniques do you use? 

Dr. Gorecki employs various chiropractic and holistic techniques to help patients achieve optimal health and healing. They include: 

  • Applied Kinesiology 

  • Medical Intuitive/Energy Work 

  • Diversified 

  • Sacral Occipital(SOT) 

  • Flexion-Distraction 

  • Thompson Drop 

  • Activator 

  • Cranio Sacral Therapy 

  • Nutrition Response Testing 

  • Traction 

  • Concept Therapy 

  • Acupressure 

  • Aromatherapy 

  • Myo-fascial Trigger Point Therapy 

  • Muscle Activation Technique 

What conditions do you treat? 

Please see the treated conditions page. 

What should I wear for the appointment? 

Comfortable dress is preferred but if the clothing is an issue we can have you change into a patient gown. 

Do I need a referral? 

No. You do not need a referral to receive chiropractic care or make an appointment. However, your insurance company may require a referral in order for the visit to be covered. 

I am pregnant. Can I still be treated? 

Yes. In fact we offer a range of treatments for women throughout pregnancy. 

Will my insurance cover the treatments? 

Each insurance plan covers chiropractic care differently, and we encourage patients to contact our office so that we may make a determination on how your benefits might apply to your visits. 

Can I work out before/after treatment? 

It depends on the conditions you are being treated for. It is best to determine that after the treatment. 

What forms of payment do you accept? 

Currently we accept cash, check, and all major credit card payments. 

Do you take workers' compensation cases. 


What will I pay at the time of my visit? 

At the time of your visit, please be prepared to pay the office fee in full if you are uninsured, or your copay amount if you are insured. Please be advised for all insured, an out-of-network deductible may apply.