Dr. Suman Chaudhuri is a licensed chiropractor from Logan College of Chiropractic and studied naturopathy at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine. His personal study includes Ayurveda, energy medicine including Reiki and Qigong, hypnotherapy, trauma resolution, shamanic practices, yoga, and meditation.
Do you accept insurance?
Yes! If your case qualifies for a chiropractic case, then we will gladly file your insurance. You will be responsible for you co-payment or coinsurance once your deductible is met.
Do you offer lab testing?
Hair analysis, urinary analysis, and specific functional testing are all done in-office. If blood work is needed, you will be sent to the local Quest lab in town with a requisition form detailing what is needed. Imaging such as X-rays and other scans are done nearby at Vanderbilt Imaging.
What does an new patient appointment entail?
The new patient appointment includes a full history, exam, and open discussion of pertinent questions and issues. Depending on the case and if time permits, then any appropriate treatments will also be included.
How long are sessions?
The first new patient visit is always one hour long. Subsequent sessions and follow-ups are half an hour to a full hour in length depending on the case.
Do you offer functional medicine?
Holistic-minded doctors such as chiropractors, naturopaths, and acupuncturists, for example, have been using various functional testing methods and treatments for far longer than the more recent functional medicine approach embraced by natural-minded medical doctors. Functional medicine doctors primarily use blood and salivary testing to treat organ, glandular, and biochemical imbalance with natural substances. At our office, we expand the functional medicine approach to also include the mind, emotions, and energy.