Patient Resources

What To Expect for First Visit

If this is your first visit, Dr. Liang will arrive at your home at the convenient appointment time you chose and perform a thorough examination, review your health history, and proceed with personalized care. This initial visit will last between 30 minutes to an hour and will include your first adjustment if deemed appropriate.

After establishing your diagnosis and care plan, Dr. Liang will schedule a follow up appointment. Follow up visits will last anywhere from 15-30 minutes depending on your diagnosis.


Do you accept Insurance?

Back in Action has cut all ties with insurance companies. Why? This freedom allows us to provide the kind of concierge services we believe our patients need and deserve.


So you don't take any insurance, right?

A: Correct. I advocate for one person and one person only in my practice; that is my patient. I am not an advocate for any insurance company and I do not have input from their "medical directors," who are hired by the company to limit testing and increase the profit margins of the insurance carrier. 

Do you accept HSA's (Health Savings Accounts)?

A: Yes we do

Can I file with my Insurance?

Certainly, we can provide you with a superbill for the services and you can file it with your insurance.

How long will it take to fix my problem? 

Each patient is unique but most cases resolve within 6-10 visits. Most patients begin to feel better immediately after their first treatment. We spend more time with you than other chiropractors and therefore need to see you less.

Do you charge annual membership fee?

No, fees are per visit.  

How much do you charge?


Initial Visit $100                                           

Follow up/Regular Visits $75                     

Family of 2 or more

Initial Visit $75/person

Follow up/Regular Visits $50/person

Group Rates and multiple visit packages are also available.  Just give us a call!

Is chiropractic care effective and safe?


A: Yes. Many research studies indicate that chiropractic care is both an effective and safe method of care for low back pain, neck pain, headaches, and other conditions that relate to the spine. The U. S. Department of Health and Human Services endorses chiropractic treatment, chiropractic services were shown to be effective in an issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association.

In terms of cost-effectiveness, studies show that chiropractic care lowers health care costs by decreasing the use of expensive technology and inpatient services. Chiropractic care also provides higher patient satisfaction than other types of care. Based on these scientific studies, the consensus among medical professionals is that chiropractic care is the treatment of choice for most spinal problems.

What do medical doctors say about chiropractic?


A: Chiropractic treatment is gaining wider acceptance among the medical profession for a variety of spinal conditions. Many medical doctors recognize the value of chiropractors for the management of functional disorders of the spine. A recent research survey published in The Journal of Family Practice found that “a majority of family medical doctors have encouraged patients to see a chiropractor.”

Does it hurt?

A: We make every attempt to be as gentle as possible. Most patients are relieved at how comfortable our treatments are. Any discomfort is usually temporary, lasting only seconds or minutes. We are proud of our reputation for gentle care, and it’s one of the main reasons why our patients continue to refer their friends and family members to our clinic.

What is the noise I hear during spinal manipulation?

A: When your spine is manipulated, tiny air bubbles in the fluid inside your joints “pop.” This is normal and is similar to the sound heard when you crack your knuckles.


Will my condition return?

A: Research has found that 50% to 70% of all patients will see the problem return. However, in our experience, we have found that whether a problem returns is often within the patient’s control. When patients faithfully perform their exercises and modify previously detrimental lifestyles and work activities, it reduces the likelihood that the problem will reoccur. Patients play a very active part in healing their condition and preventing potential reoccurrence.

Can I just treat myself?

A: No. A chiropractor studies for years to understand when, where, and how to deliver manipulative therapy to a patient. That said, a chiropractor cannot and will not perform the procedure upon himself. Countless research has documented that the possibility of damage during self-treatment is very high.

Can you treat children?

A: Research has shown that some children experience back and neck pain (especially if they are active in sports). Although their tissues are generally resilient, some children need chiropractic care to restore normal function or alleviate pain from injuries.