Our office has some unique elements to it that you won’t find in other chiropractic offices. Some of those individualities are listed here.
When several people are walking together, the tendency is for them to fall into step. When several grandfather clocks are in the same space, their pendulums will tend to synchronize. The cycles of women living together will tend to fall around the same schedule. This tendency for similar events to fall into harmony with one another is called Entrainment. The same phenomenon happens in care: two people undergoing a session in our office will tend to become well faster when they do so within each other’s fields. For that reason, our sessions are called Entrainments, and we have them in an open room. Several tables are placed in each other’s proximity so all our Practice Members can get the most benefit out of their own and each others’ experience.
While Levitz Family Chiropractic does not process health insurance, your office visits may be reimbursable as an out-of-network chiropractic visit. Additionally, Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) and Health Savings Accounts (HSA) can be used to pay for your care. Please check with your insurance provider to determine if Chiropractic visits are covered.
Levitz Family Chiropractic has no patients. A patient is someone who asks a practitioner to “fix” them, or un-break whatever is wrong. At Levitz Family Chiropractic, we recognize that there is nothing inherently wrong with you – your body has responded to the input it has received in the most effective way it knows how with the tools it’s been given. In order to learn more effective strategies, you must take an active part in your care: care in our office is a participation sport! Because you’re a member of the team, we refer to you and all the people who come to us for care as Practice Members.
Most healthcare processes are interested in only one thing: to restore you to as close to how you were before your symptoms arrived as possible in as short a time as possible, so that you can live your life the way you’ve been living it with as little interruption as possible. This “Restorative Healing” mindset has the disadvantage of an endpoint: there’s only so far you can go with a goal like that before you have to decide that you can’t go any further.
Network Spinal Analysis and Somato Respiratory Integration fall into a category known as “Reorganizational Healing.” Rather than try to restore you to how you were, these methods recognize that you have resources that you likely weren’t accessing the way you’ve been living your life before, and by reorganizing the way you apply the life-forces within you, you can become much more than you’ve ever imagined possible. As a happy side effect, this reorganization is often accompanied by a reduction in symptoms, because from the beginning, the symptoms were simply your body’s way of trying to get your attention and tell you that something needs to change. And what’s amazing about the human body is that there are unlimited resources available within it, so there are always better ways to access it, leading to more effective strategies of dispersing stress, organizing your structure, shifting your perception, and addressing your behavior. Which means that you can stop care whenever you like, but the longer you stay in care, the more you get out of it.