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Frequently Asked Questions

Don from Gates

Are you accepting new patients and if so can I get a same-day appointment?

Yes Don! We are always accepting new patients!

Our Monday-Friday schedule is flexible so that we can get you in quickly when you need us.

Tess from Churchville

What services do you offer?

Thanks for asking Tess! We offer:


2nd opinion examinations

Treatments to include

Manual therapy including soft tissue and joint manipulation.

Modality: including traction, electronic stimulation, HMP/ICE, ultrasound, K Tape, Heel lifts, orthotics, back/neck supports.


Imaging studies: including X-Ray, MRI, CT scans, Bone density

Laboratory Studies: including Blood chemistries, Vitamin deficiencies, and Autoimmune/inflammatory screens

And more!

Kevin from Gates

What should I wear to my appointment?

  • Loose fitting clothing such as sweatpants, t-shirts, tank tops, button down shirts, etc. is best.

  • If being seen for a knee issue, wear or bring a pair of loose-fitting shorts to change into.

  • Avoid wearing necklaces and earrings that dangle, including large hoop earrings.​

  • We want you to be as comfortable as possible during your appointment.

Bradley from Chili

I am veteran, do you offer services for vets?

Thank you for your service Brad!  Yes, we offer expedited full-service care for our local veterans and first responders.

Ashley from Chili

What conditions do you treat?

We treat many conditions from head to toe!


Auto Accidents

Disc conditions

Extremity Pain


Herniated (slipped) Discs

Hip conditions (Bursitis-Arthritis)

Lower and Mid-Back pain

Numbness tingling and weakness

Neck pain


Pinched nerve

Pregnancy related back pain


Sports injuries

Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD)


Anne from Spencerport

What should I expect at my first appointment?

  • Anne, during your first evaluation you will:

  • Fill out necessary paper work

  • Consult with your doctor about your aches and pains

  • Undergo a physical exam.

  • Discuss your treatment options with your doctor

  • Learn different self help techniques to do at home (Heat, exercises, stretching, etc.)

  • Schedule for any necessary follow-up care

  • Order any necessary diagnostic studies

Brian from Scottsville

What should expect at my follow up visit?

Treatment lengths vary depending on the individual’s medical condition. Typically, newer injuries, If treated

appropriately and immediately, tend to respond to fewer visits assuming that major tissue injury has not occurred.

Conditions that have been present for more than three months and recurring conditions generally require more time to achieve a successful outcome.

Debbie from Ogden

Are your doctors experienced?

Our Father-Son family owned and operated health care facility offers over a half century of combined clinical experience. We pride ourselves on offering the finest care to all who walk through our doors. 

Contact Us Today To Make Your Appointment


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