How many sessions will I need?

This is a difficult question- still working on acquiring a crystal ball to foretell the future! Everyone has different layers to healing, like an onion. People can walk in the door with the same diagnosis, but each person has individual components that make up their symptoms. 


Clothing is not an obstacle, however, most people enjoy being in loose and comfortable clothing. 

How much do sessions cost?

Please contact us for more detailed information. 

Do you take insurance?

We do not accept insurance, but we can give you a "superbill" that you can then submit to your insurance for any out-of-network-chiropractic coverage you receive. If there is no out-of-network-chiropractic care, often it will then count towards your annual deductible 

How long are sessions?

Sessions vary in length. Our most common appointment length is 1.5 hours. Many people do 1-3 hour long appointments.

What is a typical client experience?

The following is a client testimony by Norma Q:   Read More Client Reviews →

Background: I've had three knee surgeries - one full knee reconstruction (torn meniscus, ACL, MCL & PCL) and 2 arthroscopic. The first two injuries were from crazy inter-mural softball games.

Accident: In July, I was at a friend's house where I slipped on a "Thomas the Tank Engine" that was camouflaged on a rug. I landed upright, but felt my knee "crunch." Immediately, there was pain and instant swelling. 

Having gone through this before, I was sure I had another injury. After a visit to the orthopedic surgeon and an MRI, it was confirmed - a meniscus tear. Surgery was recommended. I was not wanting to have another knee surgery, but knew I didn't have an alternative, since my knee was painfully "locking-out" daily.

Introduction: While at an event, I was telling a friend about my injury. She told me to cancel my work appointments and that I needed to see some IMT therapist friends of hers. I knew nothing about IMT, but trusted her.

Treatment: I showed up for my appointment, which was three hours long. I completed a questionnaire and the two therapists asked me some questions. I gave them my history of knee injuries, as well as the outcome of my MRI. I hopped onto the table and both began their work. They both touched my knee, and started moving it back and forth. One therapist said there was a lot of scar tissue within the joint and they were going to "release the scar tissue." I was bracing myself for some pain, since I had gone through the normal physical therapy in the past. However, the treatment was the opposite - no pain, just gentle movements. After the treatment, the therapist asked me to walk to get "used" to the new feeling and "space" within my knee. Much to my surprise, I felt great! I could bend my knee without pain and quite honestly felt as if I could go salsa dancing!

Surprises: Additionally, during my sessions, they noted that I had some hormonal imbalances. I have experienced this throughout my life - even receiving fertility treatments in order to conceive my son. During my 2nd session, I told the therapist that I was surprised I started my period right after my first session, which was 5 days early. She expressed to me that it was normal, since she had worked on my hormone imbalance. I also told her for the first time ever, that I did not have any cramps. Well, the reason I didn't have any cramps (which by the way I used to experience every month for the first 2 days of my period) to find out that they had removed the scar tissue in my pelvic floor.

Results: I continued the treatment for 6 weeks and I am now back at the gym doing deep knee bends and feeling fantastic!