Chiropractic care finds its roots in the Greek words cheir (hand) and praxis (action), signifying a hands-on approach. Practitioners of Chiropractic medicine are experts in employing gentle adjustments to enhance range of motion, flexibility, and restore optimal function. An adjustment involves using a natural, manual technique that applies gentle pressure to correct dysfunctional joints in the spine or extremities. At Virtus, we integrate chiropractic adjustments with various treatment modalities, supported by extensive research, and it has consistently demonstrated its safety and effectiveness for individuals of all age groups.

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The Diversified Technique is a widely practiced chiropractic adjustment method that involves manual spinal adjustments to correct joint dysfunctions and misalignments. Chiropractors use their hands to apply quick, controlled thrusts to specific areas of the spine, promoting improved joint mobility, reduced pain, and enhanced overall spinal function. It is a versatile technique suitable for addressing a variety of musculoskeletal issues and is often used to alleviate back pain, neck pain, and other spinal conditions.


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The Webster Technique is a chiropractic method specifically designed for pregnant individuals. It focuses on the assessment and adjustment of the sacral and pelvic region to help optimize pelvic balance and function. By reducing pelvic misalignments and tension in surrounding ligaments, the Webster Technique aims to create a more comfortable and balanced environment for both the mother and baby during pregnancy, potentially aiding in the optimal positioning of the baby for a smoother and safer delivery



Spinal decompression is a non-surgical therapy aimed at relieving pressure and tension on the spinal discs and nerves. It involves the use of a specialized table or device that gently stretches and decompresses the spine. This technique can help alleviate conditions like herniated discs, sciatica, and degenerative disc disease by promoting the retraction of bulging discs and improving spinal alignment, which may reduce pain and increase mobility.


Do you take Insurance?

We are preferred providers for all major insurance companies in Washington State. Here is a list of a few: Premera, Regence, Aetna, United Health Care, First Choice, Kaiser Permanente PPO, American Specialty Health, and Cigna

Do you take X-rays?

We do not take x-rays in the clinic, but if the provider suspects imaging is medically necessary, we will be sure to get you the correct referral in the quickest fashion.

What does cupping do?

Cups create a vacuum effect, suctions the skin and underlying tissue, promoting increased blood flow and circulation. Cupping is often used to alleviate muscle tension, reduce pain, and improve overall relaxation

How long are the appointments?

Our first new patient appointment is around 1- 1.5 hours and all of our follow up appointments are around 45 minutes - 1 hour.

Do I have to be adjusted?

We understand that adjustments can be scary. We strive to make our patient feel as comfortable as possible. Therefore if you do not want to be adjusted you do not have to. Through all of the other rehabilitation exercises, soft tissue and mobilization techniques, we can create a great result.

How much does it cost?

We will bill out to your insurance company and every insurance company has a different set rate.