The Joint Chiropractic Opens In Hixson

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

The Joint Chiropractic - Hixson is now open at 5928 Hixson Pike, in the Creek Plantation Shopping Center. This is The Joint’s first location in Hixson.

New patients receive their initial visit for $29, which includes the consultation, exam and adjustment. The Joint is known for its retail setting and concierge-style services. For patients, that means no-appointments, no-insurance hassles, affordable chiropractic care and accommodating hours of operations, including evenings and weekends, said officials. 

The Joint’s purpose is to alleviate pain and help move patients toward a healthier lifestyle, including those seeking relief from neck and back pain, stress and tension disorders and improved posture or joint motion and coordination, migraines and more.

“Whether you are an active user of chiropractic care or a first-time patient, you can expect your visit to The Joint Chiropractic to be new and different from any healthcare experience you’ve had before,” said Dr. Steven Knauf, D.C., director of chiropractic and compliance at The Joint Chiropractic. “At The Joint, patients don’t need insurance or to book appointments, making it easy and affordable to take advantage of our accessible chiropractic care service.”

According to a Gallup-Palmer College of Chiropractic annual report, neck and back pain are common among adults in the U.S. About two-thirds of U.S. adults (62 percent) have had neck or back pain significant enough that they saw a health care professional for care at some point in their lifetime, including 25 percent who did so in the last 12 months. 

The Joint Chiropractic is the nation’s largest network of non-insurance, private pay chiropractic healthcare clinics in the United States.

For information on The Joint Chiropractic and its services visit thejoint.com



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