Hello December!


One of our patients were kind enough to write about us on her blog; Check it out!

Today turned out to be a completely ordinary but yet amazing day. I owe much of that to my chiropractor, Dr. Nicole Jensen of Back in Line Wellness Center.

I have been working with her more often since I started at Stitch Fix as I don’t want to live my life in constant pain as I did toward the end of my decade working for Target.

Nicole has a background in physical therapy so she can deal with my cerebral palsy issues, messed up S1 joint, and get all that tension out of my neck. (I never even told her about my tendency to hold all my tension in my neck— she noticed.) She also gives me ideas on what to do at home (like which of my physical therapy exercises and what new stretches).

And funny story— she’s even worked on one of my fingers (after my cat bite/hospital stay for cellulitis this past August) when it wouldn’t bend and once she adjusted a toe for me. I can’t quite remember why…

So today Nicole did what she termed some agressive work on my hips as my main complaints these days are more about stiffness than pain. Now don’t get me wrong— QCing (standing still folding clothes from 3:30 pm to midnight) makes me hurt. And picking also makes me hurt. But both those pains usually fade by morning leaving behind stiffness that can be quite uncomfortable.

I am very grateful for Nicole, as she has done more than any other person to help me understand how my body works because of my disability.

When I left her, I felt like someone had popped off my legs as if I were a Barbie doll and popped new ones on. They didn’t feel bad, they just felt loose and new and weird.

And I didn’t experience any pain at work, at least not the bad kind. I definitely experienced the discomfort of a good workout. Even bending down at the end of my shift wasn’t nearly as intense as usual.

And I walked more than 26,000 steps (but only picked 693 items).

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We trust you all have remained safe and healthy during this unprecedented time.

We are very excited to be officially reopening for Chiropractic services on Monday, June 8th.

While we are excited to provide for our patients again, we also want to make you aware of other changes you will be noticing both before and during your next visit.

The safety of our patients and staff is our number one concern, and we’re taking every precaution to ensure our office environment remains as safe as possible. Following the recommendations made by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, there will be a number of requirements that most of you may have already seen with visits to other businesses and services.

  • Our office will communicate with you the day before your appointment to take as much history (reason for visit, etc.) as possible as well as asking screening questions to reduce your time in the office during your exam.

  • We will have a set of screening questions located on our door in case we are unable to verify the answers prior to your visit. Our team members will be asked the same screening questions daily before coming in to work.

  • We are requiring that every patient entering our office wear a face mask during the duration of their visit. This practice is very important due to the close contact required to conduct an appropriate Chiropractic exam and manipulation. To preserve the limited number of masks that we have, please plan to provide your own; however, if you do not have a mask, one can be provided.

  • Only scheduled patients will be allowed into the office unless they require assistance from a parent/guardian or caregiver. We ask that additional family members who do not have an appointment either stay at home or in the car if possible.

  • We also ask that you come in as close to your allotted appointment time as possible. For this reason, at this time if you are later than 15 minutes we may need to reschedule your appointment time. Per CDC requirements additional time is needed to prepare the office for the next patient.

  • Their will be no sign in procedures at this time. The Doctor or assistant will get all needed information during your visit. This will help manage patient flow in and out of the office. Your temperature will be taken and recorded in your records. If you have a temperature higher than 100 degrees Fahrenheit, you will be asked to reschedule.

  • There will also be hand sanitizer available throughout our facility.

  • For the time being, we will not be offering books or magazines in the reception area or examination rooms as they are difficult items to clean and disinfect.

  • We will be managing appointments to allow for social distancing between patients. This could mean there are fewer options available for scheduling. We will be allowing greater time between patients to reduce waiting times for you, as well as to reduce the number of patients in the building at any one time.

  • Their will be no massage appointments at this time but will resume as soon as the CDC allows such practices.

  • We have added extra cleaning and disinfecting practices that will be continually performed in common areas in the office. All frames that are touched will be disinfected before being put back on the display boards.

  • Our office hours may be changed slightly during this transition time, due to scheduling demands.

We look forward to seeing all of you back as soon as possible. Please be aware that initially there may be a higher volume of patient inquiries by phone, and we will return calls as soon as we can.

Thank you for being our patient!! We truly value the trust and confidence you have in us and appreciate your patience as we adjust to a new way of serving you. We’ve missed you and look forward to welcoming you all back!

Many people experience chiropractic as a natural, drug-free way to get healthy. People also visit the chiropractor for more energy, for improved sports performance, for feeling more alive, for better resistance to disease, and to help ensure drug-free lives for themselves and their families.

At Back In Line Chiropractic and Wellness Center our staff offers the most effective quality health care to satisfy every individual's personal needs. Our unique combination of chiropractic, massage and physical therapy allow us to focus on returning our patients to proper health and maintaining it through chiropractic care, proper nutrition, exercise and massage. We treat each patient as an individual with specific needs.

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