|Monday||10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.|
|Tuesday||10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.|
|Wednesday||10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.|
|Thursday||10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.|
Adjust Today Chiropractic
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Excellent therapist!Jul 12, 2017Verified
Dr. Dukart has treated my shoulder and knee. My results have been significantly better than the treatment I received from the Ortho clinic. I am very impressed with his knowledge and his genuine concern for my improvement. He is very thorough and cares for my overall physical health. I would, and have, recommended him to others seeking relief to their pain. CathyOct 30, 2016
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?$55 for initial functional assessment and treatment (40 min) (We offer a complimentary phone or office consult to meet the doctor and discuss your current situation before scheduling your initial appointment) $35 for a chiropractic adjustment (20 min) $105 for adjustment plus neuromuscular education (60 min) $55 non-invasive allergy testing (40 min) $35 Craniosacral Therapy/Neuroemotional Release We do not currently accept insurance unless it is related to an automotive injury. Luckily we are priced similarly to a copay without all the insurance hassle!
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I was involved in a work injury when I was 18 years old. I fell out of a truck while working and landed on my back. I had shooting pains and constant soreness in my lower back. I saw Dr. Tim Peters in my hometown of Dickinson, ND. I saw him twice a week for 8 weeks and my back felt better than it ever had! He used manual adjustments just like I do now. I was drawn to this "magical" profession. I thought it was amazing to seemingly own the ability to take others out of pain and change their lives so much. I was hooked and have been ever since.
- Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?I really enjoyed a recent patient who came in unable to lift his L foot while walking causing a lurching effect in the way he'll walked. He also had numbness on the top of his L foot. He was diagnosed by another provider as having a disc issue, which was also on my list of possibilities. The silver bullet in this case was he had a muscle spasm in a specific spot on his L leg where the nerve that controlled that muscle resides. We began treatment and his numbness would lessen after every treatment. I cautioned him that his full foot function may never return or could take up to 3 years to truly return, which is typical of this type of specific injury. The reason I said this is to inform him of the possibilities and I never want to give someone false hope. Since treatment was making a noticeable effect on his numbness and he was slowly regaining bits of movement in the foot, he agreed to continue treatment. After 12 weeks of treatment and an MRI exam, he regained 95% function in the foot and his numbness was gone. The MRI revealed a fracture in his back that according to the Doctor reading it "was there for 15 plus years". We call this a non-union or non-healing fracture. It seems very straightforward that his pain should be caused by this non-union, but it was not so. He had what is called a peripheral neuropathy or a nerve impingement from the area in his leg we had been treating. I knew his low back wasn't reacting in a congruent way to a disc injury and that he had been misdiagnosed, and the proof is in the L foot which regained function. The caveat is this: many providers out there use a recipe textbook when assessing patients and consider it the golden rule. This may work for the 80% but what if you're not in that group and they are treating the wrong symptom/issue? I love taking every patient as they are and assessing them according to their body, relating it to the research, but then making a decision based on all the information.