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Frequently asked Questions 

 If we didn't cover a question you may have, give Matrix Chiropractic a call or text us at 864-263-3008 and we will be more than happy to help answer your question.

What does chiropractic help with?


Chiropractic adjustments help in a myriad of ways from increased movement and range of motion to alleviation of pressure, strain and stress on muscles, joints and nerves from everyday, unavoidable stresses like work, parenting and travel.

Does insurance cover chiropractic?

Nearly all insurance cover chiropractic in some way, shape or form. Bring your insurance card with you on your first visit and our staff will be happy to verify any benefits you may have as well as explain any questions you may have on how your insurance works!

Is chiropractic care safe for children?

Absolutely! Getting children adjusted from a young age gives them a developmental advantage. Without nervous system interference, their body's will be able to grow and develop optimally. Imagine if you could go back in time and start get adjusted in childhood. How much better would you be feeling today?

Is chiropractic care safe while pregnant?

Yes! In fact, getting adjusted throughout pregnancy decreases discomfort, can help with nausea and has been shown to decrease labor time by up to 50%. 

What kind of education does a chiropractor have?

Chiropractors have an education almost identical to that of a medical doctor. The main difference is that the chiropractic curriculum has more coursework in anatomy and radiology than the average MD whereas a medical doctor will have advanced training in pharmacology and how to medicate a problem.

Can I see a chiropractor if I've had back surgery? 

Of course we would prefer that you see us before surgery so we can help you avoid it in the first place! However, if you have had previous procedures,  Dr. Molly's careful exam and radiographic analysis will allow her to create a perfect care plan for you. Our goal after a spinal surgery is to give gentle adjustments to decrease the chances of needing another surgery in the future. 

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