FAQ

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Can you help my condition? 

Yes! Neurological integration and chiropractic care have helped untold millions of people with a myriad of health conditions. Viral and bacterial infections, structural problems, digestive issues, neurological disorders, headaches, pain syndromes, learning disorders, sleep irregularities and much more. Today’s modern scientific approach addresses much more than back pain and neck pain. If you are experiencing a health condition and you don’t know what to do or if you have tried other treatments with little or no results, it’s time for a change. 

How long will it take to help me?

Many clients notice improvement of their health condition after the first treatment! However, it can take a few weeks for your body to heal. A typical course of treatment consists of weekly visits for 6-8 weeks. Also many clients enjoy continued benefit with continued less frequent but regular wellness visits. 

Does my insurance cover your services?

While chiropractic  care is covered on many insurance plans, care is generally restrictive, has visit limits and  can require prior approval for actual coverage. 

Dr. Tagg does not accept or bill insurance companies for reimbursement. Neurological Integration is a non-covered service by Medicare and other insurance plans. Once you experience the difference between the treatment you have been having and Neurological Integration, you will see the benefits right away. 

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So how much does it cost to see you?

Dr Tagg schedules clients for 30 and 60 minute sessions. This gives us the time to fully investigate and treat the root causes of your health condition. Our 30 minute session is $125 and our 60 minute session is $225. Also, for a limited time, our introductory 60 minute session for new and returning clients which includes consultation, exam and treatment is $49. Compared to copayments and co-insurance plans and how frequently other practitioners require you to attend, you will find exceptional value for the cost of treatment. 

Please tell me about your professional discipline. 

It is true. My chiropractic professional license is currently under probation and subject to professional discipline. I was in practice in Richland, Washington from 1993 to 2012. Allegations of professional misconduct were brought before the Chiropractic Quality Health Assurance Commission and the Dept. of Health. Through an investigation and my admission, my license was suspended and for a number of years I did not practice. Through much personal work and dedication to making things right, I accepted the discipline necessary for me to obtain my license again and as a result, I reopened my practice January 2020. I admit that my behavior which caused my license suspension was very inappropriate and harmed individuals related to my behavior. I also understand that trust was broken. I am working hard to earn your trust with exceptional service and dedication to comply with my discipline. For additional information and details, please do not hesitate to contact me personally regarding this matter. 

How can I make an appointment?

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