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1444 E. Washington Blvd.

Pasadena, CA 91104 US

626-449-0900

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FOCUS CHIROPRACTIC

Retail Fees For Services

  • $125   New Patient  Examination * 
  • $75     Chiropractic Adjustment
  • $75     Pediatric Chiropractic Adjustment 
  • $350  House Call *                                  
  • * New Patient visit requires a debit/credit card to reserve appointment time. A No-show fee of $20 applies.
  • * House Calls for New-borns, Labor & Delivery, and Post delivery Mothers.
  • * House Calls: No Insurance accepted for this service. (w/in 10 mile radius of our office).

Adjustment Bundles*

  •  $120       2 Adjustments     ($ 30 savings off retail fees)
  • $350       6 Adjustments     ($ 100 Savings off retail fees)
  • $660     12 Adjustments     ($ 240 Savings off retail fees)
  • $1260   24 Adjustments     ($ 540 Savings off retail fees)
  • *Benefits are transferable for immediate family only (spouse & children).
  • *No expiration on Bundles
  • *Refundable for unused Adjustments; subject to office policies
  • *Prices effective Jan. 3 2017.  Prices are subject to change.

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    Office Hours

    Our Regular Schedule

    Monday:

    9:00am-12:30pm

    2:00pm-4:00pm

    Tuesday:

    9:00am-12:30pm

    2:00pm-4:00pm

    Wednesday:

    9:00am-12:30pm

    2:00pm-4:00pm

    Thursday:

    9:00am-12:30pm

    2:00pm-4:00pm

    Friday:

    9:00am-12:30pm

    2:00pm-4:00pm

    Saturday:

    9:00am-1:00pm*

    *Limited. Established Patients only

    Sunday:

    Closed

    Closed

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    Testimonials

    Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

    • ""I can't describe what Focus has done for me. I was in so much pain, especially the way my baby was positioned. After our visit, I went to the OB and he did an ultra sound. My baby literally turned right after I saw you and is now head down. We are both much happier and more comfortable. Not only that, but my fluids were low but after being adjusted they increased. Now his kicks don't hurt as much and he is even moving and kicking more now that the adjustment made room for him. After experiencing an adjustment, my muscles are more relaxed. You guys are amazing and I feel so grateful that you helped me and I look forward to my next visit. I have been to many chiropractors and no one has helped me like Focus Chiropractic. They really know what they are doing and I felt so comfortable there.""
      -Michelle C

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