How do you know you need x-rays, imaging, or lab work?
You have not had x-rays and are wanting chiropractic care.
Stress is a “normal” part of your life.
You have a chronic health condition.
You’re ready to have answers and a plan to treat your health.
X-rays, Imaging, and Lab Work
What kinds of diagnostic testing may your doctor recommend?
Your doctor may recommend diagnostic testing to help determine what treatment is right for you. Every patient is different. Your doctor may order none, one, or a combination of the following *tests:
- X-rays (on-site)
- Blood Lab Tests
- MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)
- CT Scan (Computed Tomography Scan)
- Wellness Panel
- CBC/Diff (Complete Blood Count)
- Hormone Testing (DUTCH)
- Iron, Total & IBC
- Lipid Panel
- Vitamin D
- Hemoglobin A1C
- Food Allergy Test: IgG or IgA (96 or 184)
- Environmental Allergies
- Cardiac I.Q.
- Chemical Exposure Hair Analysis
*This is not a complete list of diagnostic tests. Your doctor may recommend a test not listed above.
While the items listed below are the most common labs requested, we can order any lab panel you may need.
Food Allergy Test
Your out-of-pocket cost will vary based on your health insurance benefits.
You can review the average cost of healthcare treatments and procedures in your area by visiting fairhleathconsumer.org. Upon enrollment at Loehr Health Center, formerly Loehr Chiropractic & Acupuncture, our financial office team will run your insurance benefits. Your benefits will be reviewed with you at your first appointment. your consent will be given prior to any treatment is given or fees incurred.
Do You Accept Worker’s Compensation Cases?
Yes, we accept worker’s compensation cases. Our goal is to support patients’ physical recovery after an accident at work.
- We work with employers, the Missouri Division of Worker’s Compensation, and attorneys on a daily basis to help patients process their claims and provide records they need for their individual worker’s compensation case.
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Worker’s Compensation Injury and Chiropractic FAQs
An International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) Certified Chiropractor has additional post-doctoral training and clinical skills to treat pregnant women, infants, children, and teenagers. Our ICPAtrained physicians, use a variety of low-force, chiropractic adjusting techniques to adjust pediatric patients.
Chiropractors specialize in the treatment, rehabilitation, and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries.
Treatment for specific injuries that have occurred at work will vary based on the injury.
Chiropractors use a hands-on approach to treatment—without the use of surgeries or medicine. They can give advice on how to decrease your pain and improve your health using holistic treatments and referring you to another doctor for medication or surgery when it is medically necessary. Read more.
Our chiropractors complete a full exam including x-rays, if necessary, on all patients. Additional assessments may be completed depending on what activities you participate in and what your recovery goal is.
We understand how to treat injuries after a an accident at work, and we specialize in treating them with natural, non-invasive methods. Our auto injury rehabilitation chiropractors and team members are ready to help you alleviate your pain that can result from being in a car accident.
To help you recover after an auto injury, we create a customized treatment program specifically for you using the following diagnostic testing and treatments:
Our athletic trainers help a wide variety of individuals including truck drivers, landscapers, student athletes, office workers, professional movers, runners, sports enthusiasts, and more! They assist individuals with:
- Lifting patterns
- Gait training
- Proper technique and form
- Agility work
- Strength training
- and more!
If medically necessary, we will refer for surgery or other medical treatments.