FAQs



FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

I specialize in working with you to help desensitize an over protective Nervous System. We reduce the static using Advanced Motor Control Therapies so that your system can focus on healing what needs healing.

It only seems so weird, because most of us aren’t walking around with extensive knowledge of anatomy and neurology.

Applied Neurology aims to increase movement and decrease pain via the neural pathways. And we look at all possible contributing factors including physical, mental, and emotional.

I work within your limits at all times. It is your responsibility to inform me if anything is uncomfortable. 

The manual muscle testing, neurological stimulus, and soft tissue release are all extremely gentle and designed to reduce sensitivity of your pain systems. I’m often told that my clients feel incredibly relaxed after treatments.

If you are a human being of any age, size, shape, color, sex; I work with you. Pain and movement restrictions are non-discriminatory and so is my approach.

The severity of your issue, how long it has been going on, and how much effort you are willing to put forth to change your situation will all factor in to the amount of sessions we have.

The goal is to always get you in and out of therapy in as few sessions as possible. 

Clients report receiving tremendous benefit within 3-5 sessions. If at any time you feel that you are not benefiting from our therapeutic relationships, we will stop our treatments.

New Client Sessions are $115 and are required to be reserved by a credit card at the time of scheduling. Follow Up Sessions are $85. 

Prices are subject to change without notice.

No, I do not accept insurance. If you choose, you can contact your Insurance company to see if there is a way to be reimbursed. It is entirely your responsibility to keep track of your dates of treatment and amount paid. All information that your Insurance company requests is to come directly from you. Full payment is due at the time of your session.

Yes. A 24 hour notice is required. Full details and other legal tidbits can be found on the Disclaimers page.