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Q: What do you charge for new visits and visits after that?

A: Our new patient visits are $80. Our follow visits are $50.  We offer care plans for our services as well. 


Q: Do you accept insurance?

A: No.  We do not bill your insurance company for you.  But we can get you a superbill that you can submit to your insurance company yourself.  A superbill is a receipt that shows you paid for your services and has all the information needed for your insurance company to directly reimburse you. There is a number on your insurance card that you can call and they can tell you where to submit the bill. 


Q: Do you accept Medicare?

A: No.  Due to Medicare laws and regulations Dr. Kunz is not accepting Medicare patients at this time.  


Q: What does a typical visit look like? What can I expect when I get to my appointment?

A: Before your first visit, you will be sent new patient paperwork. If you don't fill out the paperwork you are sent before your visit you will need to get to your appointment 15 minutes early.  Once your paperwork is done, you will talk about your problem and medical history with Dr. Kunz.  After that, you will have an exam done. And finally, you will be adjusted if further testing isn't needed.  99% of people get adjusted on their first visit.  Dr. Kunz won't treat you if you were recently in an accident, you will likely be asked to get care at an Urgent Care or Emergency Room first before Dr. Kunz will adjust you. (Yes, people have tried going from a car accident directly into the office with broken bones. And no, we can't fix broken bones). 


Q: Where are you located?

A: Endeavor Chiropractic is located at 200 North Main Street, Suite G, Mountain Grove, MO 65711.  We are in the Grove Square building located off the town sqare in Mountain Grove.  We have an entrance from the street as well as from within the Grove Square building. We prefer you enter from the street. There is parking right in front of our door as well as the parking lot in front of The American Cup coffee shop.


Q: Can I use my HSA card?

A: Yes.  You can use an HSA, cash, and credit/debit cards.


Q: Do I have to get my neck adjusted?

A: No, you don't have to. Dr. Kunz believes in respecting how you prefer to be treated.  If you don't want your neck or anywhere else to be adjusted then please let us know.  Also, if you had a favorite way of being adjusted please let us know. Dr. Kunz has had a lot of exposure to many adjusting techniques, and he may be able to adjust you how you enjoy being adjusted. 

Please note, if you don't want an area in your body worked on and that area hurts, it will be difficult for us to help you get the results you want without us adjusting that area. 


Q: I saw your videos on YouTube/Instagram/Facebook. Can I also be in a video when I get adjusted?

A: Yes absolutely! Please let us know if you would like to be featured on our social media. We will need you to sign a form telling us that you consent to your visit being used on our social media platforms. 


Q: Do I have to do the stretches and exercises you send home with me?

A: No. You don't have to. Dr. Kunz likes making recommendations to his patients to do at home that will help your adjustments hold longer.  You as the patient don't have to do them, but if you don't please know that it may take longer to help you get out of your pain. 


Q: I've never been to a chiropractor before. I'm nervous about going. What can help me be prepared for getting adjusted?

A: Come to your visit with questions. If you don't understand something ask, Dr. Kunz likes helping his patients understand. Also, Dr. Kunz makes a lot of videos and posts them to social media. We have an At-Home Resources page with informational PDFs and links to videos. You can see what its like getting adjusted by watching some adjusting shorts. You can also see full visit videos of Dr. Kunz talking about the visit and why he made the decisions he made.

P.S- if you want to see more information put on that page please let us know. We are in the process of making more informational PDFs, and we are always open to suggestions that can help serve our patients better.  If you have a question about something, then someone else does too! Let us know. 

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