Insurance/Work Comp/Personal Injury
INSURANCE: Chiropractic is a covered service under many insurance programs. Our front office manager will be happy to help you with verification of your benefits and any questions you may have about your insurance. We do accept UMR and MEDICARE in our practice.
WORKERS COMP: Unfortunate work related injuries do happen. We here at Kearny Life Center have been helping our work comp patients get well and stay well for over 15 years. We can verify your case, bill the insurance and provide the care you need to get well and return to work.
PERSONAL INJURY: Been in an auto accident or taken a slip or fall that wasn't your fault? We have years of successful experience in treating personal injury cases and have a helpful, professional staff that will be happy guide you through the process.
Trigger Point Therapy
DIVERSIFIED: This is what the majority of chiropractors around the world use in practice. This is straight hands on adjusting.
THOMPSON DROP TABLE: Thompson utilizes gravity and physics to allow for a very low force but highly effective adjustment. This is the original low force technique.
TOGGLE RECOIL: The technique of choice for chiropractic purists. This is by far one of the most energizing adjustments in chiropractic and has fantastic results for many people.
SACRAL OCCIPITAL TECHNIQUE: The ultimate in low force techniques SOT (as it is known by chiropractors) uses the patient’s body weight and breathing to make the adjustment. This is a fantastic technique for low back pain and sciatic patients.
ACTIVATOR: “The clicker” as some of our patients like to call it is better know as an activator and is a vital and important technique for our elderly, pediatric and very sensitive patients. The activator uses physics to make a very fast, low force adjustment. Many of my patients with osteoporosis love this technique.
GONSTEAD: Developed many years ago by Clarence Gonstead, its namesake, this technique has stood the test of time and has been utilized in some of the largest chiropractic practices in history. Before his passing, patients flew thousands of miles to see Dr. Gonstead for this technique and its benefits.