Frequently Asked Questions
If you don't find answers to your questions below be sure to email your question to firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at (563) 200-1668 and one of our staff members will be happy to answer any further questions you have!
Our main office is located at 1749 E 54th St. Davenport, IA.
You should wear clothes that you are comfortable moving in. Or, if you'd prefer, you may bring comfortable clothes and change into them upon your arrival.
Frontline Spine and Sport uses the following Time of Service Rates for our patients. For your convenience we accept all major credit cards, HSA and FSA accounts, personal checks and cash.
Initial Consult fee: $45.
Assessment Fee: $95.
Treatment visits average about $60-120.
If you have insurance and would like to see if we accept your insurance, you may let our staff know when you come in for your appointment. Please note that we are in network with very few insurance companies.
Your first appointment runs approximately 20 minutes and includes a conversation between you and the doctor discussing the breadth and history of your problem area.
The second appointment runs approximately 45 minutes and includes a functional assessment in order to collect the data we need to provide you with the best treatment possible.
Treatment visits run approximately 20 minutes.
Frontline Spine & Sport proudly accepts the following Insurances: Medicare, Medicaid, Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Health Care, United Medical Resources (UMR), Aetna, AARP, Medicare Supplement, Anthem and more! Feel free to reach out and see if your insurance is covered if you don't see it listed above!
Adhesion is actually the most under diagnosed yet most treatable condition in human body. Adhesion is a gluey like substance that builds up on tissues. It's kind of like dust collecting in an unused room, but when adhesion builds up on your tissues it decreases mobility, hinders load bearing and causes pain when you try to reach full range of motion.
With a combination of Active Release Techniques and Instrument Adhesion Release, Dr. Said can treat the adhesion build up to help patients increase mobility and decrease pain.
Active Release Technique is a method of treatment that evaluates the functional movement and specific soft tissues of the body in order to understand the underlying problem.
It starts with diagnosing the patients problem first. A functional exam allows us to assess function of a patient's problem area and determine which tissues are inhibiting mobility. From there, Dr. Said can create a treatment plan that addresses a patient's specific needs and the Adhesion in those problem tissues.
Soft tissue treatment allows us to fill a huge missing component of musculoskeletal pain and movement dysfunctions. Soft tissues can be damage traumatically or over time but the body respond with a similar healing process. Part of this process can result in adhesion which can build up hindering joint movement and altering load distribution, causing you a lot of pain.
The formula is simple: Healthy Load results in Healthy Tissue results in Healthy Movement. At Frontline, we treat the soft tissues to help our patients achieve Healthy Movement and Function Better!
Not at all. Many people are actually surprised to learn that different chiropractors practice differently. We understand joint and muscle manipulation combined with rehabilitation and therapeutic exercises offers patients superior care.
Chiropractors who specialize movement look at overall movement and bio-mechanics, soft tissues, and joints to diagnose, treat and strengthen to achieve optimal function. For a doctor to look at a patient through this lens, it take numerous hours of continuing education, certification, and even learning from many different fields in healthcare.
Based on this philosophy, Frontline assesses a patient's movement, determines the individual's current state of function, and then pinpoints the involved tissues. After diagnosing the problem, we apply the most effective treatment to restore movement and help our patients Function Better!