New Patients Welcome
Getting started is super simple. Just fill out the form on this page, and we’ll promptly contact you with appointment options or you can contact us directly at (217) 698-7900. That’s it!
If you have any questions or concerns that need to be addressed before your first appointment, do not hesitate to contact us.
Monday – 9am to 6pm
Tuesday – Closed
Wednesday – 9am to 6pm
Thursday – 9am to 6pm
Friday – Closed
Our office utilizes state-of-the-art technology, infrared thermography, laser-aligned X-ray and is one of the most modern health care facilities in America. We specialize in helping difficult cases, helping people who have tried everything else, have been told there is no hope or that they must take this medication for the rest of their life.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you accept insurance?
We do accept Medicare. We also accept Personal Injury cases if we feel that they are a good fit for what we do.
Besides that, Keystone Chiropractic operates as a non-insurance clinic. Being a direct-pay chiropractic clinic allows us to offer high-quality, customized care at an affordable price and avoid the hassles of insurance billing, copays, deductibles, and declined reimbursements.
However, we do make a superbill available to our patients, upon request, as a receipt that can be submitted to your insurance.
What is Upper Cervical Chiropractic?
- Upper cervical care is personalized. You will see that our process is tailored specifically to fit your individual needs.
- Holding is healing. That’s what upper cervical is about. The longer the two bones stay in alignment, the fewer office visits are needed.
Once we meet with you and discuss your health history, we will review your visit expectations and see how we can best match those with our services.
What conditions can you help?
Springfield IL Chiropractor Dr. Frederick Schurger provides Upper Cervical specialized chiropractic care and relief to patients suffering from a broad range of chronic painful and debilitating conditions including:
- Meniere’s Disease
- Learning disabilities
- Trigeminal Neuralgia.
Many of Dr. Schurger’s patients experience pain relief for the first time since the onset of symptoms. They have often been told that the only way to manage their pain was to take medication for the rest of their life. And they believe that managing pain means that they will always have pain.