What forms of payments do you accept?

Credit, Debit, Cash, Check and Apple Pay

Will the Doctor take x-rays?

That will depend on the results of your examination. We do not take x-rays unless the doctor feels it is necessary. If your have any questions on the x-ray process, feel free to bring it up to the doctor during your examination.

How long will the visit take?

The initial visit usually takes between 30-45 minutes.

Will my insurance cover?

We will happily check your benefits. Each insurance provider and plan is different.

What is that sound?

It is an audible release of gas, also known as joint cavitation. This gas is a combination of oxygen, nitrogen and CO2. When the joint is gapped, gas is released and you hear a “pop”. Once the joint is opened up, the synovial fluids re-lubricate the joint surfaces and motion is restored.

Will it hurt?

No! It should never hurt the patient or the doctor. If it does not go smoothly, he will not force it. There are 3 adjustment that can be less than comfortable. Those will be explained prior for anticipation. Therefore, pain is anticipated and quickly managed. To ensure the most comfortable adjustment, Dr.Joly uses the Gonstead technique and is highly specific and smooth.