Dr. Zollinger has devoted the last 25 years of his life to helping people obtain optimal health. He can help treat illnesses such as bladder infections, flus, poison ivy, sore throats, eczema etc. In addition, Dr. Zollinger has experience in Applied Kinesology and has a diploma from the Acupuncture Society of America as well as certification in Cranial Sacral Techniques sponsored by the Upledger Institute.
How Long are the Treatments?
For your first visit, expect to be with the doctor for 45 minutes to an hour. Follow-up visits usually last 15-30 minutes, and consist of more soft tissue manipulation, electric stimulation with ice and could include nutritional recommendations.
What does my Initial Consult Include?
During an initial consultation, the doctor will ask you questions regarding the details of your case and do an exam to evaluate your needs. Dr. Zollinger will also do an extended treatment to start you on the road to recovery. The treatment will consist of muscle testing, soft tissue manipulation, and possibly electrical stimulation with ice. Soft tissue manipulation is a way of re-balancing your musculature and helping your spine to re-align on it own.
Does Insurance / Medicare Cover my Visit?
Zollinger Chiropractic no longer accepts insurance. You are responsible for the charges upfront and the insurance company will reimburse you directly as they see fit. Medicare does not cover our procedures, because we are not “traditional” chiropractic. Most secondary (supplemental) insurances will not cover the cost, if Medicare does not pay.
Sara graduated from the Butler Community College School of Massage Therapy as a certified massage therapist. She is currently certified in Swedish, deep tissue, reflexology, sports, prenatal and chair massage.
Ada attended the Atlanta School of Massage in Atlanta, Georgia and is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA). She also is Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCTMB) and is certified in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Lymph Drainage, Reflexology, and Seated/Chair Massage. Ada enjoys massage therapy, since complementary and alternative therapies are gaining more popularity and credibility (massage has health benefits for all aspects of life!).