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New Patients at Comfort Chiropractic

Woman filling out paperworkFor your first visit, we ask that you dress comfortably (you’ll remain clothed for your appointment), and don’t take any pain medications before you come in. This will help us accurately assess your pain and range of motion. Please bring your ID and insurance card, and if you’ve had recent X-rays or MRIs, bring those as well. Allow 30-45 minutes for your initial appointment.

Your First Visit

Our front desk staff will greet you and help you complete your paperwork. Then you’ll consult with Dr. Heckes, who will ask questions about your current complaints and why you decided to seek care, as well as what your goals are. He’ll conduct a thorough examination, which will evaluate your muscles, range of motion, position of the spine, and manual tests of your joints. If he doesn’t believe chiropractic care is the answer for your situation, he will refer you to an appropriate provider.

If Dr. Heckes believes chiropractic care can help you, you’ll receive your first adjustment and any other supportive therapies at this first visit. Our goal is to get you out of pain as quickly as possible, and we want you to leave feeling better than when you arrived.

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Offering Effective, Affordable Care

Since Comfort Chiropractic is not based on long-term treatment plans, we can offer efficient care at an affordable price. Although we are in-network with all major insurances, we are committed to helping patients receive the care they need, whether they have insurance or not.

Our fees are competitive and transparent:

  • New Patient Special – $27 (includes consultation and exam)
  • Adjustment – $40
  • Ancillary therapies – $10

We also accept CareCredit® and you may use your health savings account (HSA). We accept Visa, Discover and MasterCard.

Get Started Today

When you’re in pain, you need relief now—we offer same-day appointments, and we’re open until 6 p.m. to help you feel better as soon as possible. Contact us today to schedule your first appointment.

New Patients at Comfort Chiropractic | (913) 341-4325


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