Do you take insurance?
Chiros in Motion is a cashed-based clinic. Even though we do not accept insurance, depending on your insurance provider, we can give you an invoice receipt to be sent for reimbursement. HSA and similar entities are accepted.
Do you take Medicare?
We do not accept Medicare. If you have Medicare and are interested in paying our cash rates, listed below is the criteria we must follow.
- By law, we CANNOT treat any Medicare patient with an active or new spinal injury. That includes low back, mid/upper back, and neck injuries.
- We CAN see a Medicare patient if it is for maintenance OR the injury involves other regions of the body that are not the spine.
If you are in the category of the second bullet point, you will be required to fill out a form stating you are receiving care for a nonspinal injury, OR maintenance, and that you agree to pay our cash rates.
How much are appointments?
Call for chiropractic visit pricing. Our chiropractic visits include cupping, adjustments, exercises, soft tissue work or any other modalities that can help improve your symptoms. Normatec or Game Ready are billed separately.
10-Minute Cupping Appointment: $35
20-Minute Normatec Compression Appointment: $20 membership pricing available
Call for chiropractic visit pricing.
What location will my appointment be at?
We have our primary clinic located in Elkhorn, WI. Along with our primary clinic, Dr. White has hours in Waukesha at Elite Sport and Spine.
Dr. Scaro has hours in Franklin at MOSH Performance Center.
Click here to see the hours at each location.
Where is Chiros in Motion?
Elkhorn Clinic: 230 W Evergreen Parkway, Unit 203 Elkhorn, WI.
Elite Sport and Spine (Dr. White ONLY): 20900 Swenson Drive, Suite 575 Waukesha, WI
MOSH Performance Center (Dr. Scaro ONLY): 7095 S. Ballpark Drive, Franklin, WI suite 100
How long will my appointment be?
Initial appointments will range from 40-60 minutes. Depending on your condition and treatment plan, the follow-up visits will range from 15-30 minutes.
How do I make an appointment?
Click here to schedule an appointment through our online portal. After creating an account you will receive updates, can change appointment times, and fill out any paperwork prior to your visit.
Other options to schedule include calling or texting our clinic at 262-374-8315 or sending an email to email@example.com
What should I wear to my appointment?
Try to wear clothing that does not restrict movement. Being able to move without restriction makes it easier to evaluate range of motion and receive adjustments. If you are being treated for a lower extremity condition shorts are preferred and for an upper extremity condition, short sleeves are preferred.
Do I have to get my neck adjusted?
No, if you are uncomfortable with having your neck adjusted there are many other treatment options we can offer you! Talk with your provider when you come in about what else we can do for you.
Why should I choose Chiros in Motion over other clinics?
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Do you provide maintenance or wellness care?
Yes, maintenance care is provided for clients who enjoy getting routine care or checkups. It is not a requirement, but routine muscle work, exercises, or adjustments can help patients stay pain-free.
Do you treat non-athletes?
Yes! Athletes are not the only ones who suffer from injury. We provide holistic care to any clients who wish to improve their symptoms and learn exercises to stay pain-free.
How many visits will I have?
The amount of visits depends on your injury and how well you respond to care. We have clients who improve and become pain-free after just 1-2 visits. Whereas others with more severe injuries could have 6+ appointments. Our average number of visits per client is 3-5.
What do sports chiropractors do?
Sports chiropractors are specialized in musculoskeletal injury and injury reduction. At Chiros in Motion, we evaluate each person as an individual and determine what caused or is contributing to their pain. We evaluate movement patterns, muscle imbalances, muscle tightness, and joint restrictions. After we determine what is contributing to your pain we may perform chiropractic adjustments or soft tissue work. After the severity of your symptoms has decreased, we teach exercises and stretches to reduce the likelihood of re-injury.