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Want some more information? Here are a few of the frequently asked questions.

Upon arriving on your first visit, you will fill out some paperwork, some of our online forms are available here (with link to online forms). You can do your own paperwork from the comfort of your living room! Want to a request an appointment without calling? We have an app for that. Enter PWCL0002 when prompted. Should there be no need for X-ray, Dr. Alexia Peake Inhulsen DC, CCSP, CACCP will adjust you that day.

Children still can have huge benefits from an adjustment! From entering the world, to learning to walk, our little bodies experience plenty of stress that a chiropractic adjustment can alleviate. Chiropractic children are the luckiest kids on the planet! A functioning nervous system is the best gift you can give your child. The birthing process is the most traumatic experience we ever put our bodies though, add a cesarean section or the use of the vacuum and this only increases the amount of possible trauma the child’s neck and spine can endure. Through the use of VERY low force adjustments Dr. Alexia Peake Inhulsen DC, CCSP, CACCP can ensure your child’s spine is put in the correct alignment and stays that way!

While this is a sensitive subject one in eight couples struggle with infertility, Dr. Alexia Peake Inhulsen DC, CCSP, CACCP specializes in helping families achieve their dreams of expansion. Based on your examination findings various diet changes, supplements, and chiropractic adjustments may be recommended to make you healthier which leads to increased fertility odds naturally!

So glad you asked! Based on your examination you will be given a small number of at home exercises to do at home to prevent the problem from coming back!

Absolutely! We have an app for that! Or you can go to our online scheduling system to request an appointment HERE.

You’re in luck! Dr. Alexia Peake Inhulsen DC, CCSP, CACCP is certified and heavily trained in the Webster technique which is a specific chiropractic sacral analysis and diversified adjustment. The goal of the adjustment is to reduce the effects of sacral subluxation/SI joint dysfunction. In so doing neuro-biomechanical function in the pelvis is improved. Dr. Peake’s favorite specialty! Helping the unborn make an appearance in the most natural setting possible.