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New Patients

There are a series of two appointments for a New Patient.

The first appointment consists of the new patient consultation and a muscle exam where the patient reviews their medical history with the physician. This is necessary to give the patient and physician time to discuss their medical concerns, past and present. The patient will receive an atlas adjustment (upper neck). 

You will also receive a neuromuscular exam where the physician will test the muscles of the entire body. This exam indicates functioning and nonfunctioning muscles. Due to the amount of bodywork, loosefitting and comfortable clothing is recommended. We require a deposit of the full amount when scheduling this appointment.

The second appointment, also called the report of findings is made on another day. This is where the physician reviews the findings of your case history and exam. A treatment plan will be established, and the physician will begin A.M.I.T® work.

After the patient has completed these two appointments, they will set up a series of appointments according to their treatment plan.

We are a CASH only practice  We accept cash, check, credit card, HSA, and Flex medical cards at the time of service.

Due to the complexities of the insurance industry and their system of cutting payment, our office visits are set up on a cash basis only. We do not work for insurance companies; we work for you. We will happily provide our patients with a super bill complete with the charges, procedures performed, and diagnosis. This makes it easy for you to submit the needed information to your insurance company for possible reimbursement.

We maintain a 24 Hour cancellation policy for “12 Units” appointments and 48 Hour cancellation policy for “3 or more Units” wherein the patient will be charged for a missed appointment.
Monday appointments need notification by Thursday prior to the appointment.

Existing Patients

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is the importance of the toggle/atlas adjustment?

Aligning the first and second bones in the neck is a toggle adjustment. Aligning those neck bones can improve nervous system function. Your brain stem runs through the middle of these two bones. When the neck bones are out of alignment it can create pressure on the brainstem. These are some issues that can happen from misalignment. Tingling hands, headaches, neck pain, limited range of motion and muscle tension. Setting these neck bones back in place can reset the nervous system.

2. How do patients know how many muscles are shut down?

After your first appointment with the doctor, you will be ready for a Report of Findings. The doctor will review your exam and give you a copy. This will outline each specific muscle group, as well as the number of muscles that are not firing. The next step is to create a treatment plan with the doctor. Our staff will help you set up an appointment to get you on the way to recovery. of muscles that are inhibited. After discussing your treatment plan with the doctor, the staff will help you set up a series of appointments to get you on the road to balance and wellness.

3. What causes a muscle to shut down?

There are many things that can contribute to a shut down muscle. Simply being active and doing the many day-to-day activities put stress on your body and can create imbalances. Strenuous activity, athletics, daily recreation, and nutritional habits are all examples of things that can contribute to muscles becoming inhibited.

4. What is the average number of muscles a patient has that are shut down?

Every patient is unique and individual. We see patients with as little as 10-15 muscles shut down and some with 70 or more muscles that are shut down. Our goal no matter where you fall in this category is to get you back balanced, well, and able to achieve your goals of being active and pain-free.

5. How does a muscle become activated?

In order to activate a muscle, our skilled practitioners employ a targeted manual technique that involves stimulating 7 key reflex points. These include one neurovascular point, one neurolymphatic point, two organ reflex points, an acupressure point, and both the origin and insertion of the muscle in question. After stimulating these points, our doctor will reassess the muscle to ensure its strength has been effectively restored.
6. How often do I need to schedule treatments and how many muscles should I schedule each time?

The treatment process can go as fast or as slow as each individual patient desires. This may be determined by your time and finances. Because the doctors schedules tend to fill up fast, it is best to schedule a few weeks out to ensure you get the times you need. The doctors do recommend that you schedule an even amount of muscles per session to help keep you balanced. We are able to do up to six muscles in a session.

7. Does a muscle ever need to be activated twice?

Unless there is an injury or accident that occurs a muscle once activated should not need to be reactivated. Occasionally the doctor will find a muscle that has already been treated not holding. If this occurs the doctor will look at the organ or gland in the body associated with that muscle and deliver nutrient or supplemental support. In doing this the patient should see immediate results showing that the muscle is activated.

8. To feel pain free does every muscle need to be activated?

Pain serves as the body's natural alarm system, indicating areas that require attention and care. Our A.M.I.T.® treatment focuses on addressing these signals to enhance stability, strength, and ultimately, increase your range of motion and overall functionality. As you progress through the treatment, you may notice that pain in one area diminishes while another area starts to feel discomfort. This simply guides us to the next region that needs attention. By achieving a balanced state, you can quickly attain a pain-free level of functionality. Visit our FAQ section to learn more about our unique approach to pain management and improved well-being.

9. Which order are muscles activated?

Through a process of muscle testing, the body will display its strengths and weaknesses. Each visit, the doctor will muscle test the patient asking the body which muscle is a priority to treat. If it is not a priority, the muscle is not ready to be treated and we move to another area that is ready to be treated.

10. Why is the doctor working on the low back when there is pain in the knee?

The body breaks down in certain sequence, the doctor does not know and the patient most often can’t remember the exact order. The body guides the process of treatment. Often an arm or hand issue can be coming from the neck. It is common to have knee or foot pain coming from the low back. It is important that the body is treated in a way that creates a strong foundation of healing for the body to restore itself to proper function once again.

11. What happens when all the muscles are activated?

Our primary focus is not only to treat existing pain but also to predict and prevent potential injuries. We encourage patients to schedule regular assessments to monitor the condition of their muscles and identify any potential issues before they develop into injuries.

Once the doctor has addressed all the identified muscle imbalances during your initial examination, a follow-up re-examination will be conducted to ensure that the muscles have maintained their improvements and that no other imbalances have arisen. After completing the muscle work and confirming that your body is in balance through the re-examination, you will transition to our wellness care/maintenance program.

Patients on our wellness care program typically schedule regular AMIT appointments to correct instabilities that can arise. A good schedule is every 4-8 weeks. These appointments are essential for maintaining optimal muscle health and preventing future injuries, ensuring that you continue to enjoy a pain-free, active lifestyle.