The Clinic Director, Dr. Bill Lionberger has been a Chiropractic Physician for over 30 years. Dr. Bill is a Qualified Medical Examiner Disability Evaluator, Industrial Disability Examiner and Forensic Examiner in his field. He is an author and lecturer in the Areas of Forensics and CADS injuries. He consults on nutrition and patient dietary management and educates on immune system support for cancer patients and is a stage 4 cancer survivor himself. Dr. Bill has worked in virtually all aspects of family Chiropractic Health Care and handles the more difficult cases. He has been a training doctor for chiropractic students preparing to enter practice. He has a very outdoor oriented family and stays on the move with, running, hiking, biking, swimming, paddling and horseback riding.
As a primary health care physician, he practices a drug-free, hands-on approach to health care that includes patient examination, diagnosis and patient centered individualized treatment. As a Chiropractor, he has broad diagnostic and treatment skills and recommends therapeutic and rehabilitative exercises, as well as providing nutritional, dietary and lifestyle counseling with his patients. As a Cancer survivor he brings a unique knowledge base to his patients facing this challenge.
Dr. Bill is an extreme sports athlete, adventure racer, runner and biker with a real life understanding of sports injuries and rehabilitation. As Doctor and athlete, he has worked with patients from all areas of sports and sporting injuries.
Often referred to as chiropractic physicians – practice a hands-on, drug-free approach to health care that includes patient examination, diagnosis and treatment. Chiropractors have broad diagnostic skills also providing rehabilitative exercises, nutritional, dietary and lifestyle counseling.
A chiropractic adjustment is the primary form of care offered by chiropractors.
Precisely delivered by hand and specialized equipment which adds a precise amount of energy at the tight time and in the right place to specific spinal bones to improve spinal
First, you’ll meet with Dr. Lionberger to discuss your health situation. If we think we can help, we’ll a conduct a thorough examination to identify the likely cause(s) of your problem. We’ll tell you what we found, what we can do to help.
If we feel that we cannot help you we will refer you to someone who can best treat you. We experience high levels of patient satisfaction because we explain everything in advance.
We ask that all patients bring a picture ID along with your insurance card if we are going through insurance. Bring any current x-rays, MRIs, MRI reports if you have them. Please bring a pair of shorts or comfortable clothing for your initial exam.
We accept all types of insurance, we will call to verify your benefits on your first visit..
Your first appointments cans last approximately one hour. Future visits typically last 30 minutes. Massage combo visits add one hour.