Q & A

How many years has Dr. Gaeta been in practice?

Dr. Gaeta began his career in 1989 after graduating from New York Chiropractic College. Since moving to Florida in 1990, he has maintained the same office staff.

What techniques does the doctor practice?

There are many techniques used on a daily basis that include diversified, activator, drop, Palmer, and Cox distraction (lumbar traction).

Do you have expertise in specific areas?

Dr. Gaeta is certified for Workers Compensation patients and Impairment Rating of patients involved in motor vehicle accidents. Dr. Gaeta has training in MedX rehabilitation for neck and lumbar instability.

What makes your office different from the rest?

As a group together for over 25 years we provide a close family atmosphere in our little office. We have worked as a team for so long that we all know our strengths and abilities. We help each other accomplish our goal of providing services beyond our patients’ expectations. We pride ourselves on very short wait times for patients’ visits, quick turn around on paperwork for attorneys and ease of accessibility. We work closely with our patients needs for treatments, answer questions and welcome your opinion about treatment options.

What tests do you utilize?

Like many doctors, Chiropractors use diagnostic tests like X-rays, MRIs, CT scans, blood tests and specialists to help diagnose their patients as needed.

Do you work with Medical doctors?

Yes, actually often. We have great working relationships with Neurologists, Orthopedists, Surgeons, Dentists (TMJ), Acupuncturists as well as General Practitioners.

How long does each treatment take?

Typically patients are seen for about 30 minutes for adjustments and physical therapy, plus an additional 30 minutes if massage or the Axial Vertebral Decompression is prescribed.

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