Your Patient Experience
Chiropractic is the largest natural health care profession. Your Doctor of Chiropractic will take a holistic approach to maintaining or improving your mobility and quality of life without the use of drugs or surgery.
What to Expect
On your first visit as a patient to a Logan University Health Center, you will be greeted at the reception desk by our friendly staff. Fill out appropriate paperwork and insurance forms. Meet the student doctor and supervising clinician who will be caring for you. They will take and evaluate a comprehensive history of your health. You will be thoroughly examined so the doctors can determine a diagnosis. Any necessary X-rays or lab work will be completed or scheduled.
On your second visit, your doctor will review the results of your exam with you and discuss a recommended treatment plan. We will then schedule the appropriate follow-up appointments for you.
Pediatric Chiropractic Services
Families seeking conservative health care for their children have access to pediatric chiropractic care through Logan University. Since 2017, the University’s Health Centers has offered pediatric chiropractic services to address the health needs of infants and youth.
Chiropractic physicians advise parents on a variety of developmental topics and their care assists children through normal growth transitions as well as specific musculoskeletal disorders. For example: newborns may struggle with post-birth musculoskeletal issues and latching-on challenges; young children often require care for posture, spine development and appropriate muscle strength; and youth can suffer pain from falls, repetitive use or sport injuries. Chiropractic care also plays an important role in the care of children with special needs.
As with all chiropractic services at Logan, physicians advocate a team approach to patient-centered care, maintaining collaborative relationships with other health care professionals in treating, co-treating and referring patients.
Frequently Asked Questions About Chiropractic Care
There are several types of adjustments Doctors of Chiropractic use to restore function to joints that are not moving properly. The action of the technique may be a quick thrust or slow pressure. Your Doctor of Chiropractic will determine the best technique for you.
Chiropractic care can benefit the whole family from infants to seniors. Chiropractic care for children is gentle and effective. In addition, chiropractic care is effective for pregnant women and can assist in easing low back pain that women often experience during pregnancy.
Doctors of Chiropractic can assist with complaints beyond neck and back pain, including issues of carpal tunnel syndrome, headaches, fibromyalgia and osteoarthritis. In addition, Doctors of Chiropractic educate patients about healthy lifestyle choices including sleeping habits, nutrition and custom exercise regimens.
Students at Logan must complete more than 5,000 hours of graduate-level classroom and clinical courses. Coursework includes anatomy, physiology, pathology, X-ray studies and more. Every student spends 16 months working with patients within the Logan University Health Centers. Senior student doctors are overseen by a licensed faculty chiropractor who assists the student doctors with patient care.
Services & Fees
Logan University Health Centers take pride in offering quality, safe, affordable and cost-effective chiropractic care to the community. We provide a full scope of chiropractic services at our state-of-the-art facilities. While our fees are low and often less than insurance plan co-payments, we do participate in a number of health insurance plans. Please bring your insurance card with you on your first visit.
We also have reduced fee plans for children 17 and under and police and fire department first responders. Ask our front desk staff for more details when you come in for your initial visit.
A full list of financial disclosures is available at each health center. Prices are subject to change.