The chiropractic profession offers countless techniques, philosophies and patient care models.  Among all the variability, the one uniting element is the chiropractic adjustment, a specific force applied to a joint that is malpositioned or restricted (“stuck”) in order to restore proper positioning or movement.  


Misaligned or restricted joints are problematic because they do not allow full motion to take place.  Without full motion, correlating joints and soft tissues (muscles, ligaments, tendons, fascia, nerves) suffer by being under or overused.  This results in tissue breakdown, which leads to tendonitis, muscle strains and nerve entrapment.  


The body will attempt to stabilize the area of a misaligned or restricted joint by sending messages to the surrounding muscles to “lock down” or spasm.  Now two pain patterns are affecting the body; one from the misaligned joint and the other from the surrounding spasm.  Joints with a poor movement pattern place increased burden on surrounding joints by having them make up for the motions lost.  Such a reaction causes undue wear and tear on healthy neighboring joints and tissues, essentially expanding the area of dysfunction beyond the initial problem.    


Unlike most tissues of the body, joints do not have a direct blood supply.  Joints rely on motion to create an osmotic effect that helps to pull in nutrients from the surrounding tissue and to get rid of waste products that all cells produce.  Without full range of motion, a joint will build up waste products and will not receive adequate nutrients, all which lead to faster degeneration and arthritis.  


A chiropractic physician can determine which joints are misaligned and restricted by using their hands to feel and induce motion.  Then with a precise contact and direction of force, an adjustment is performed, restoring motion to the effected joint. 

Chiropractic care can help:


  • Chronic/ acute pain

  • “Pinched nerves”

  • Improving arthritis

  • Sprains and strains

  • Migraines and other headaches

  • Neck pain

  • Back pain

  • Hand and arm pains

  • Foot and Leg pains

  • Thoracic outlet syndrome

  • Carpal tunnel

  • Jaw pain

  • Numbness in hands and feet

  • Rotator cuff injuries

  • Digestion issues

  • Sciatica 

  • Tendonitis

  • Bursitis

  • Reduce ear infections

  • Stress reduction

  • Feeling off-kilter

  • Strengthening immune system

  • Increasing range of motion

  • Improving mood


For patients of Dr. Jaime Lubelczyk:

Schedule appointments directly with Dr. Jaime Lubelczyk by calling or texting (413) 237-5665

For patients of Dr. Jenna Mooney:

New patients: Please contact Jenna directly by e-mail or use the contact form on her website.

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You may also call or text Jenna at (978) 855-6350

Current patients of Dr. Jenna Mooney may still book through all about you or call her directly


Insurance covers chiropractic care

Most insurance plans have a chiropractic benefits. 

Call the company to assure your plan includes chiropractic care.

This office accepts:

  • Aetna (Jenna only)

  • Anthem BC/BS

  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield 

  • Cigna

  • GIC Indemnity

  • Harvard Pilgrim

  • Health Plans by Harvard Pilgrim

  • Medicare

  • Motor vehicle cases*

  • Tufts (commercial)*

  • Unicare

  • United Health Care*

  • Veterans Admin (VA)*

* Only Jaime accepts these insurances


Other insurances are accepted by this office with approval from the company.


Contact your provider if you don't see your insurance company listed.

Cancellation Policy

A 24- hour cancellation notice is required on all services. Those failing to cancel in advance or not showing will be charged the value of the missed service.


Returned check fee is $25.00

Tufts Commercial Insurance

The address on the back of a Tufts insurance card has to be a Massachusetts address in order for Dr. Jaime to accept it.