Common questions people ask about Myopractics and treatment

What is Myopractics?
Please see the “What is Myopractics” tab for a description.

Is there more than just Myopractic treatment?
I will incorporate multiple modalities to seek the desired results. I also do various stretching, scrapping, cupping, and consulting.

How long does each session take?
This will vary depending on your needs and how your body adapts to the treatment. Most sessions will be about an hour to review your concerns and treatment.

Do I need to keep coming back for treatment?
This depends entirely on how you feel and how well your body adapts. You should only need to follow up if necessary or if you desire preventative maintenance care.

Is Myopractics like Chiropractic treatment?
No. As a Myopractor, my initial focus is the pelvis, restoring motion throughout the rest of the body. Please see the “What is Myopractics” tab for more details regarding Myopractics.

Is it okay to see a Myopractor if a joint has had surgery or replacement?
Yes. Depending on the surgery or replacement and the length of recovery time, I might not do specific manipulations. I will adapt my treatment to meet your needs and keep you safe.

Can I avoid specific manipulations?
If you have concerns regarding specific manipulations, we can discuss alternative methods to achieve desired results.

Do you take insurance?
No, I do not currently accept insurance.

Do I need a referral from my primary physician?
No, you do not. However, if I feel that you need to see a qualified doctor or other health professionals, I will recommend that before proceeding with my treatment.