213 W. APPLEWAY Ave. Ste #7
Coeur D'Alene, ID 83814
Welcome to Appleway Chiropractic
Dr. Brian Norce is a family chiropractor at Appleway Chiropractic in Coeur D Alene, Idaho. We offer a free exam and X-ray, so you have a stress free option to see if chiropractic care is right for you. If you live in Coeur d Alene, Hayden or the Post Falls Area call us at 208-666-1000 for an appointment today!
Why live with PAIN? We can Help!
We offer a wide range of payment plans, so you can get the care you need.
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4 Things You Should know before seeing a Chiropractor
1) You should insist that your chiropractor takes x-rays of your spine. How else will they know what is causing your back pain? Without an X-ray they have no idea what is causing your pain. What if you have bone spurs, arthritis, degeneration, or a fractures in your spine. That is why my office always takes x-rays first and shows them to you. I want you to know what is causing your pain and let you see the condition of your spine.
2) You should insist on years of practical experience. Dr. Norce has been in practice for over eight years in the Coeur d Alene area and treated over 3000 chronic back pain, neck pain, and headache patients which is almost 10 times more then the average chiropractor.
3) You should insist that your Doctor of chiropractic offer risk free way to try out his office. Most offices charge for their initial exam and x-ray. Some charge up to $200 dollars for a first visit. However Dr. Norce offers a free exam and x-ray to new patients to see if chiropractic is the right choice for your health care needs.
4) You should insist that your chiropractors offer you a no pressure, affordable way to seek treatment. Many will suggest treatment plans for 6 months or longer. We believe in a more affordable and conservative approach to treatment. We offer multiple payment plans that put our treatment within reach of every type of budget.
Nutrition and Chiropractic
Whole Body Wellness
Chiropractic works by assisting the body in its ability to heal naturally. Complementary therapies include massage therapy, acupuncture, strength training, workplace ergonomics and nutrition, which can play a role in improving your condition.