Appointments: (253) 302-3131

FAQ

What type of treatment does Dr. Bland employ?

Dr. Bland utilizes alternative and traditional treatment methods combining applied kinesiology, clinical nutritional, functional medicine, functional neurology, chiropractic, and soft tissue modalities. Dr. Bland uses these tools to create a clear picture of your current concerns and how to restore your health. Instead of having to go to many doctors you are cared by one doctor who has knowledge of several doctors.

How Long Are Appointments?

A 60-minute(+) initial appointment is necessary so treatment may begin upon the first visit. Dr. Bland will spend a lot of time with you so you may begin to feel better after your first visit, and each patient leaves a clear understanding of how to obtain healthier version of themselves. A follow-up visit is typically scheduled for 30 minutes the following week but could be longer depending on your initial visit.

What are his fees?

Dr. Bland does not accept insurance but can provide receipts for superbills for your insurance company to reimburse you if you are covered. Patients are charged by the time spent with the patient.  All patients pay at the time the service is given. Cash, check, and credit cards are acceptable forms of payment.

Can I speak with Dr. Bland before I come?

The doctor can speak with you for a brief discussion if you have specific questions about your issue(s). Email is much easier and faster. Dr.RyanBland@gmail.com 

Does insurance cover his charges?

 Dr. Bland does not participate in any insurance plans and is an out of network provider. If you have chiropractic coverage, your insurance may reimburse you. If so the doctor will give you the necessary paperwork, however patients are responsible for payments at the time of services.

What adjusting method does Dr. Bland utilize?

Dr. Bland is a chiropractor so he has been trained on many techniques and benefits of manual adjusting. In school, he was trained to detect and correct misalignments in the spine. He has trained in multiple methods to adjust the spine which includes: Applied Kinesiology, SOT, Full Spine, Extremity Adjusting, Pediatric Adjusting, Webster Technique, Diversified Technique, Gonstead, Thompson, and Activator Techniques, in addition to taking other adjusting seminars. Utilizing his training he has received he gets to the root of what caused the imblances in the boy and fixes them, in addition to any needed adjustments. By doing that it allows him to get to the root cause of the issue and achieve longer-lasting results.