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A Little About Your Chiropractor . . .
Dr. Tim St. Onge is your Branson Chiropractor. He is a graduate of Texas Tech University and Parker College of Chiropractic where he earned numerous honors and was his graduating class's Salutatorian.
A bit of information about Dr. Tim that you may find most useful is that he has been dealing with pain of various types since he was 17 years old and hit by a truck while riding his bicycle, so Dr. Tim can literally "feel your pain." Dr. Tim understands that if you are living with pain, your quality of life is simply not as good as it SHOULD be. He enjoys making people's lives better. Plain and simple.
Dr. Tim enjoys the privilege of caring for a wide variety of people, from athletes, to office workers. Moms. Dads. Kids of all ages.
In his spare time, Dr. Tim enjoys playing with his family, running, lifting weights, playing golf (he is hoping one of his kids will take up the game so that he has an excuse to play more) and he attends First Baptist Church in Branson.
"My goal is to get you feeling better as fast as possible and keep you feeling that way so that you can keep doing the things that make you HAPPY." -Dr. Tim St. Onge, D.C.
Frequently asked questions
Can I get adjusted on day one?
Of course. That's why you came in . . . Assuming of course that you are a good candidate for care in our office and we don't have a reason to send you out for x-rays or an MRI or need to refer you to another provider.
What can I expect on my first visit?
Do I have to commit to a long-term plan?
The fear of this probably keeps more people from going to the chiropractor than anything else in the world. The simple answer is NO. You do not have to commit to a long term plan or go forever. Many people come in for a specific complaint but realize after a series of adjustments that they feel better in other ways too, so they choose to continue receiving regular but less frequent chiropractic care so that they can continue to experience those added benefits. But how much care you recieve is always up to you.
Do you take my insurance?
We do not take any insurance. We used to take insurance but found that the insurance companies just got in the way of providing you, our patient, with the best care possible. Also, when you figure the crazy high deductibles and co-pays going on these days, we can usually save you money by NOT taking your insurance.