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Have a Question for Our Chiropractors and Physical Therapists in Boca Raton, FL?

Offering complete chiropractic care and more, Total Health and Rehab’s chiropractors and physical therapists in Boca Raton are focused on providing physical medicine and rehabilitation services to help heal pain and injuries for our patients of all ages. If you’re a new or prospective patient seeking our non-surgical alternatives, we’ve gathered the answers to some of our most frequently asked questions. Should you not find the answer to your specific question listed here, please feel free to contact our office and speak to a member of our friendly, knowledgeable staff.

Q. What should I expect from my first visit?

A. During your first visit, you should expect us to provide a thorough exam to assess your complaint(s) and diagnose your issue(s) so that we can begin discussing your best treatment options. Depending upon your specific issue(s), we may need to conduct an ultrasound or x-ray to help with diagnosis. We may also make some lifestyle recommendations to help you improve your overall well-being. Visit our New Patient Center for more information about what we’ll need to get your paperwork started.


Q. What types of care do you offer?

A. We offer a wide variety of chiropractic care, rehabilitation and health care services in our state-of-the-art facility, including focusing on muscular skeletal specialty. We are also pain and injury specialists, using regenerative medicine and technology such as laser therapy, massage therapy, physical therapy, acupuncture, spinal alignments, sports medicine, stem cell therapy, muscle pain and trigger point therapy, joint injections for pain and arthritis, PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy), custom foot orthotics and more.


Q. What methods of payment/insurance do you accept?

A. We accept most major health insurance plans, including Medicare, Anthem, Blue Cross Blue Shield, as well as auto accident, workers’ compensation and personal injury claims. If you don’t have insurance, we can also arrange a flexible payment program to help make our services as affordable as possible.


Q. Where are you located?

A. You can find Total Health and Rehab in the Somerset Shoppes, conveniently located at the NE corner of Glades and Lyons Road, in the TJ Maxx and Saks, just off the 5th Avenue plaza. We’re right between the LensCrafters and the Michaels Craft Store facing Lyons Road.


What Treatment Options Are Available for Back Pain?

A. Chiropractors have a variety of treatments they can use to treat back pain. Some treatment options include certain exercises, manual adjustments, and other procedures. Often, individual treatments are combined to provide a multi-pronged plan to mitigate the pain that a patient is feeling. The specific procedures that are used to treat a particular patient’s back pain depend on the nature of their pain and whether they have any other health concerns.


What Exactly Is a Sports Medicine Specialist?

A. Sports medicine specialists are medical providers who specialize in sports-related medical issues. Much of their practice focuses on helping athletes stay healthy and recover from injuries. Medical providers of all kinds can be sports medicine specialists; in addition, many physical therapists, nurses, medical doctors and chiropractors focus on sports medicine.


Who Should Go to a Sports Medicine Specialist?

A. Anyone who regularly participates in a physical activity might want to go to a sports medicine specialist. Injured athletes can get treatments that will help them get back on the field or court as quickly as possible, but athletes don’t have to be injured before they see a sports medicine specialist. Healthy athletes can help prevent injuries by seeing a specialist.

In addition to athletes, people who work out regularly can also benefit from seeing a sports medicine specialist. Exercising often involves risks that are similar to those that athletes who play in organized sports face, and sports medicine specialists are highly qualified to assess and treat the injuries that can arise from running, weightlifting or any similar activity.

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