From Wheelchair to Walking

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Does Medicare Cover Chiropractic Care?

Yes, Medicare does cover chiropractic adjustments. Medicare Part B now covers the cost for an office visits with us. You have unlimited visits at Britton Chiropractic.

There are a number of amazing benefits specifically for seniors considering chiropractic care, and unfortunately many seniors are unaware of these benefits and of the possibility that comes with routine care. Regular visits with a chiropractor can help any elderly person in the following ways: Pain Relief, Improving Range of Motion, Improving Health and Immune System Function, Improves Arthritis and Decreased Joint Degeneration.




Geriatric Massage:

Geriatric massage therapy is designed to address the specific needs of the elderly population. This type of massage for the elderly uses gentle and light application of massage techniques and can include passive stretching and a light oil or lotion to permit your muscles to be worked on without causing excessive friction to the skin. These techniques can help enhance blood circulation, combat depression, improve balance and flexibility, reduce the pain of arthritis, increase joint mobility, improve posture, and encourage overall well-being. Geriatric massage can be especially helpful for maintaining and improving overall health as we age. It also has been shown to relieve anxiety and provide comfort, especially to touch-deprived elderly clients.


Physical Therapy:

According to the CDC, more than one third of adults 65 and older fall each year in the United States and 20% to 30% of people who fall suffer moderate to severe injuries. Our  program  can help in risk reduction and prevention of falls. Our physical Therapy program for Seniors will include a functional mobility assessment, functional mobility correction and fall prevention.


Chiropractic Services:

At Britton Chiropractic we utilize an Activator Instrument for seniors, we can pinpoint the dysfunctional joint and apply the specific force needed to restore movement to the joint without subjecting the body to any extra forces.  So when you combine the accuracy and the controlled light force, it makes Activator Methods treatments both effective and suitable for all types of patients.

  • Please note medicare has a deductible