Walk-In Chiropractic Services
Fishers, Carmel & Indianapolis Chiropractor

Fishers, Carmel & Indianapolis Walk-in Chiropractic Services

Chiropractors practice a drug-free, manual approach to health care that includes patient assessment, diagnosis, and treatment. In particular, chiropractors assess patients for disorders related to the spine, pelvis, extremity joints, and their effect on the nervous system. Dr. Brad Flynn implements both Traditional and Low-Force Chiropractic Techniques at 96th Street Chiropractic.


Chiropractic Fees at 96th Street Chiropractic

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Exam $60-$100
Adjustment $40
X-rays $50 per view

How soon will I be better?

This is one of the most common questions we are asked. To provide you with realistic expectations, many factors affecting your recovery time must be taken into consideration, including:

  • acute vs. chronic pain
  • first episode or recurrent problem
  • history of previous injuries
  • general health
  • general fitness level ( strength, flexibility and cardiovascular health)
  • poor postural hygiene
  • lifestyle (work, diet, sleep)
  • patient comprehension and compliance with recommendations
  • kept appointments
  • stress (physical/mental/chemical)
  • family history

These factors and your individual health goals combine to structure the frequency and duration of your care.

Is chiropractic safe?

Research continues to support the safety and efficacy of chiropractic treatment. Chiropractors do not use drugs or surgery, which have their place but may produce side effects and complications. As each patient is unique, each treatment and each adjustment is unique as well. Your age, size, and individual problem will determine which technique(s) will best put you on the road to feeling better.

What is the cracking sound?

Chiropractic treatment involves the manipulation of joints, with the goal of decreasing pain by improving movement and function within that joint. When a joint is adjusted (moved), there is a natural change in the internal pressure of that joint. This change results in the release of gas normally dissolved in the fluid which lubricates the joint. The release of this gas may produce a "crack" or "pop" sound similar to that produced when you open a can of soda.

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Get Relief Today!

Doctor Brad Flynn offers walk-in chiropractic hours so you can get relief TODAY!

Dr. Flynn's Adjustment Hours
Monday 10-1 & 3-6
Tuesday 3-6
Wednesday 10-1 & 3-6
Thursday 3-6
Friday 10-1 & 3-6

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