In this area of the website, you will be able to take care of the items necessary for your chiropractic visit prior to arriving, in the comfort of your own home.
If you have any questions at any time, please don’t hesitate to contact Saleeby Chiropractic Centre at 919-782-4733.
Saleeby Chiropractic Centre is the only Chiropractic Clinic in North Carolina that is is trained and certified to use and interpret Digital Videofluoroscopy (VF) also known as motion x-rays. VF is the primary diagnostic tool for diagnosing loss of and abnormal motion of the vertebral segments (spinal subluxations).
Saleeby Chiropractic Centre also utilizes computerized spinal thermal scans to detect and monitor spinal nerve activity. Saleeby Chiropractic Centre also uses a Computerized Force Recording and Analysis System to correlate static and motion x-ray findings as well as thermal scan findings.
This sophisticated system of analysis specifically applies the adjustment through percussive impulses through computerized sensors and measures the outcome the adjustment on each visit.
Ability to pay is of deep concern to many chiropractic patients. We share your concern and are prepared to offer you a number of payment options.
If you have health insurance, we file claims as a courtesy for our patients.
We accept most major Credit Cards, Personal Checks, Cash, and Care Credit.
We also accept Medicare Insurance.
Chiropractic is a drugless, non-surgical approach to treating spine-related problems. Chiropractic was founded in 1895 by Dr. D.D. Palmer, the Father of Chiropractic.
The premise of Chiropractic is to locate, correct and monitor vertebral subluxations (dysfunctions and misalignments of spinal vertebrae). The correction of spinal subluxations restores the functional and structural integrity of the spine removing nerve interference, reducing pain and improving muscle function. Dr. Palmer also believed that spinal subluxations can be the underlying cause of DIS-EASE in the body because of the relationship of the spinal nerves to the internal organs.
A chiropractic adjustment is using a specific force in a precise direction, applied to a specific vertebral segment that is subluxated, locked up, or not moving properly. The purpose of the adjustment is to correct your spinal subluxation(s) thus removing the nerve interference in your body.
No. The extent to which you choose to benefit from your chiropractic care is ultimately up to you. We are all solely responsible for the quality of our health & well-being. Chiropractic care is a lifestyle decision and you will want to remain subluxation free for life.
The vast majority of our patients opt for maintenance check-ups after their condition is corrected and stable. Our advanced technology allows detection of vertebral subluxations prior to symptoms surfacing. Some patients elect to come in on an as needed basis.
No. Each patient’s treatment recommendation is tailored to their clinical need based on x-ray and motion x-ray findings, spinal thermal scans and Computerized Force Recording and Analysis System findings. The application of the treatment (the adjustment) is administered primarily with a low force computerized instrument and/or with the assistance of hydraulic tables that do not require high velocity manipulations. Post adjustment measurements are obtained on each visit to monitor clinical progression of the treatment process.
No. It is possible to get used to feeling more balanced, less stressed, and more energetic as a result of regular chiropractic care. Chiropractic is not addictive, however, good health is.
No. Most of our Chiropractic adjustments are applied with low force and gentle computer controlled percussive probes that are painless.
The Doctor of Chiropractic is considered one of three Primary Healthcare Professions in the United States along with Medical and Osteopathic Doctors .
Chiropractic Physicians in North Carolina are required to obtain an undergraduate degree in a pre-med curriculum then an additional five academic years in an accredited Chiropractic School. The first two years of Chiropractic training are very similar to Medical School training.
Doctors of Chiropractic are trained much like Family practice Doctors before continuing on the more specific Chiropractic training.