Welcome to the new patient information center. If this is your first time going to a chiropractor we want to make it easy. New friends who have been to a chiropractor before are absolutely welcome too.
We understand that starting treatment at a chiropractic office for the first time can be nerve racking. Hopefully, you will feel at ease in our casual setting. Filling out paperwork, learning new faces, and getting to know your way around the office can be a little intimidating. It should feel like other doctor’s offices you’ve experienced, so relax, it’s not that unusual.
At Arbor Vitae Walk-In Chiropractic Clinic, we aim to alleviate any unnecessary stress and make you feel comfortable from the very beginning.
This page of the website will link you to all of the information you need for your first visit.
New patient forms are available when you come in to the office for a first visit. If you would like to get them ahead of time, please click here to get printable PDF forms to fill out.
What to Expect
There are no surprises when coming into this office. We will do a complete examination of the area of discomfort but we generally do not do x-rays unless trauma is involved. We work with the local clinics and order our x-rays at either Mercy North or Unity Point. Standard exams are done in the treatment room and at no time will you be asked to remove inner clothing. Some outer coats/sweat shirts or sweaters may need to be removed, but we will always make sure that you have another full layer under them. Please dress modestly in slacks and an appropriate top when coming for an adjustment.
Inclusion statement – We do our absolute best to be welcoming to everyone, regardless of age, race, religion, ethnicity, orientation or gender identity. We will be glad to include you among our friends as well.
For more detailed information on what to expect click the link below.
We accept most insurance plans. As a courtesy to you, our patient, we will submit claims to your insurance company who then may send payment to us that we apply to your bill. Anything that the insurance company does not pay for is your responsibility as the recipient of services.