Frequently Asked Questions

As chiropractors in Davidson, we get to help patients who suffer from a variety of health issues. Chiropractic services help traditional back and neck problems, however chiropractors have also produced amazing results with a variety of other health problems. From pediatrics to geriatric patients, Inspire Chiropractic and Wellness Center welcomes all ages in between.  There is no age limit when it comes to chiropractic care.

To be a patient at Inspire Chiropractic, is there an age requirement?

There is no age requirement to become a practice member at Inspire Chiropractic and Wellness. Dr. Dan has worked with newborns only hours into their life as well as patients as old as 104! Dr. Dan has taken specialized course work on pediatric care through the ICPA(International Chiropractic Pediatric Association) in order to better serve the pediatric population as well as expectant mothers.

Do you offer weekend and evening hours?

Inspire Chiropractic is currently open during evening hours Monday-Thursday and on Saturday morning by appointment only.

Does your practice offer same day appointments?

Our practice offers same day appointments. New patients are encouraged to fill out their paperwork online in order to expedite the first day procedures in our office.

Is chiropractic safe for pregnant women?

Chiropractic is vey safe for pregnant women provided the doctor is proficient in techniques designed specifically for women who are pregnant. Dr. Wilson is certified in Webster’s technique. The Webster’s technique is a safe and gentle technique utilized to balance the normal biomechanics of the spine and pelvis in order to create a more suitable environment for the developing baby. It not only helps release pain and tension in the mother but also can be very successful at aiding breech or transverse positioned babies to assume a vertex position. The earlier a woman begins chiropractic care during or prior to pregnancy the better the outcome tends to be. Pregnant mothers under chiropractic care also report a 2 hour shorter labor time as compared to those not under chiropractic care during their pregnancy.