Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Webster Technique?
The Webster technique is a prenatal specific chiropractic technique used on expecting mamas. The goal is to create balance within the pelvis by adjusting and working on ligaments and muscles that attach to the pelvis. This in turn allows baby to be in optimal position, while also creating more ease and comfort within mamas body.
Do you accept insurance?
The short answer is no. Blooming Family Chiropractic is a wellness based cash practice. Insurance is ultimately used for catastrophic events or accidents/injuries, not the preventative wellness approach we take here at BFC. We do not want to be limited or dictated in our ability to provide the best care possible to you and your family. Most insurance does not cover chiropractic care for kiddos. A large portion of our office is pediatric and we are not willing to exclude their care. We believe in raising healthy children rather than repairing sick adults. By not being in network with insurance, we are able to keep care affordable for our entire community. We are fully committed to getting to the root cause of your symptoms with gentle and specific, nervous system focused chiropractic care.
If you have out of network benefits, we will happily provide the necessary documentation to get reimbursed if you would like to submit them yourself.
Do you only see moms and babies?
Dr. Emily has extensive training in the prenatal and pediatric community; however, that is certainly not all she serves. She is passionate about bringing health and wellness to the entire community and this can be put into action by serving full families. This includes parents, babies, teenagers, young adults, athletes, grandparents and everyone in between.
What does 'Cash-Based' mean?
This means that BFC is a non-participating provider with insurance companies. Like mentioned above, we do not accept or bill any insurance companies. Although, being cash-based does not mean we only accept cash. Forms of payment that we accept are all major credit cards, debit cards, checks, cash, and HSA/FSA funds.