Mitchell B. Green DC, DACRB
Dr. Mitchell B Green
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Three Manhattan Locations
Convenient to the Financial District,
Theater Districts and Tribeca

Personal Attention

As a sole practitioner, Dr. Green
gives his patients the attention
they need

Joint Mobilization
Dr. Green is an area specialist in
getting people moving pain-free

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What kind of clothing should I wear?
A. In most cases you should just wear something comfortable but if you're dealing with a hip, knee, or foot problem it's a good idea to wear loose-legged pants or shorts.

Q. How much time do treatments take?
A. Your first visit will last about an hour and subsequent sessions usually last 30-45 minutes.

Q. How many visits are necessary?
A. It depends upon your condition, medical history, and the progress of your treatment. We conduct periodic evaluations to determine your progress and needs as you heal.

Q. What can I expect on my first visit?
A. You can expect the following:
  1. Come at your scheduled appointment time since we allow for paperwork when we schedule your first appointment
  2. We'll need you to fill out some paperwork detailing you medical history
  3. Your provider will perform a complete physical evaluation relative to the condition for which you are seeking treatment
  4. We'll develop a plan for treatment, provide care and schedule follow-up appointment(s)
Q. What do I need to bring with me?
A. Please bring your insurance card or information and any prescriptions or referrals you have as well as the results of any X-rays, MRIs or CAT scans (if available).

Q. What exactly is a chiropractor?
A. A chiropractor is a health care professional that helps restore proper motion in joints - primarily, but not limited to the spine - to allow for natural movement and function. Using gentle hands-on techniques, a chiropractor may also prescribe exercises and stretches to increase range of motion, reduce pain and help individuals feel better.

Q. Who pays for treatment?
A. Most insurance policies cover some or all of chiropractic care. Workers' compensation and automobile insurance carriers also often pay for treatment. Patients lacking health insurance have the option of paying for treatment directly. Contact us to discuss your coverage options.

Q. Is chiropractic therapy painful?
A. Quite the opposite, treatment provides relief from pain. Our treatments work to reduce the inflammation and muscle spasms which cause stiffness and soreness. If you've undergone a recent surgery or have been immobile for a lengthy period of time you may experience some stiffness after your treatments

Q. Can I go to either of your offices?
A. Yes. Both of our facilities honor the other's doctor referrals and prescriptions.

Q. Do I need a referral from my doctor to be treated by Dr. Green?
A. In most cases insurance companies do not require a referral to a specific provider. Call our office with any questions.

Q. Are you licensed?
A. All providers in our office are state licensed and board certified.