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Do you take insurance?

We are out-of-network Medicare providers. This means Medicare patients will pay for the visit upfront, and then we will submit the claim on their behalf. Any reimbursement will be mailed directly to the patient. We also accept Medicaid. However, we are out-of-network with all other insurance companies (including but not limited to United Healthcare, Anthem BCBS, Aetna, Cigna, PHP, Lutheran Preferred). 

All visits are self-pay, and include any and every treatment deemed necessary by Drs. Leffler and Myers, such as spinal and extremity manipulations, hot packs, Mckenzie therapy, instrument-assisted soft tissue therapy, or Active Release Technique. Everything you need is available for one flat fee. Additionally, for those wanting to still use their insurance, we will provide you with an already completed reimbursement form that can simply be mailed into your insurance company for potential out-of-network reimbursement. Based on your plan, any reimbursement check will be mailed directly to you once your deductible is met.


What are your rates?

The initial visit is $120, and follow up visits are $60.


Does chiropractic treatment require a referral?

This is not a requirement, but we do prefer to work in conjunction with your primary care physician in order to treat you more effectively. We are happy to communicate with your doctor as requested.


How much education is required to become a Doctor of Chiropractic?

After completing 3-4 years of undergraduate studies, future chiropractors have to earn a professional degree from an accredited chiropractic college. This is a 3-4 year program where they first focus on foundational sciences such as anatomy and physiology, biochemistry, nutrition, radiology, and microbiology. They also spend their first year in an anatomy lab, performing complete human dissection. The second half of school is focused on clinical case management, spinal and extremities adjusting techniques, and general and laboratory diagnosis.   All students have to complete a supervised, immersive clinical internship at an outpatient health center.

All states require that chiropractors pass the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NCBE) exam, which is a 4-part board exam given at various times throughout school. Chiropractors are required to complete annual continuing education in order to maintain their license each year thereafter.


Are X-rays required?

No, the vast majority of our patients are not x-rayed. We only send patients out for an x-ray when we suspect a fracture, severe degeneration or possible pathology.


Is it safe for me to get treated if I'm pregnant?

Yes. In fact, many pregnant women experience low back pain due to the changes occurring during their pregnancy. Chiropractic care can help alleviate this pain and help to provide a more pleasant experience for you and your child.


Can chiropractic help someone who has had back or neck surgery?

Yes. We take all precautions necessary and adhere to any restrictions following your surgery, even if it's years later. If an adjustment is contraindicated, we can still utilize Active Release Technique, mobilizations, or Mckenzie protocols to help relieve your pain. This can always vary depending on the chronicity or severity of your pain and surgical history, but our doctors will always be transparent with their
recommendations and any limitations there could be with treatment.


Once I start chiropractic treatment, do I have to go forever?

No. First, we will determine if chiropractic care can even help you by taking a history, performing a physical examination, and obtaining diagnostic imaging (if clinically indicated). If it has been determined that our care can benefit you, then we will initiate a short term treatment plan to address your condition, and then reassess your progress at the end of that treatment. The length of initial care can vary depending on the chronicity or severity of your specific condition. If we determine chiropractic care is not in your best interest, we will suggest other sources of help or refer you to another doctor. Some patients find their condition does better with regular care, while others come back if they have a flare up or re-injure themselves.


Does chiropractic treatment hurt?

Chiropractic treatment, which consists of the adjustment, soft tissue release, and rehabilitation exercises, rarely hurts. It typically feels good. Some patients may experience some soreness at the beginning of care, but this soreness quickly resolves.

106 E Pickwick Drive
Syracuse, IN 46567

T: 574-457-7472


  Monday: 9am-6pm
  Tuesday: 7am-6pm
Wednesday: 10am-5pm
      Thursday: 7am-5:30pm
      Friday: 7am-4pm
    Saturday: 8am-12pm

**By appointment only**

FAQ - Dynamic Spine in Syracuse, IN