A Greeley Chiropractor You Can Trust

As a premier Greeley chiropractor, Weld Family Clinic takes each patient’s issues seriously and offers excellent care and solutions that keep your body healthy and functional. Dr. Patricia Sorbo and Dr. Erik Sorbo work to improve your overall health or help navigate a health crisis with a variety of treatments and solutions for all.

At our clinic, we offer chiropractic services to all members of the family so everyone can feel their best. Contact us to see how we can help you improve your health in good times and bad. You can schedule an appointment or a consultation online or over the phone or simply stop by our Greeley office to see how we can get you on the path to full functionality and health.

A Greeley Chiropractor for All Types of Patients

Weld Family Clinic offers top-quality chiropractic care in Greeley. We work with all types of patients and perform a wide range of chiropractic services depending on your needs. From injury treatment to injury prevention, we’re passionate about providing non-invasive options that help bring your body to optimal health.

Here are a few of the services we offer. If you don’t see what you’re looking for here, contact us with your questions to see how we can help.



At Weld Family Clinic, trust us when we say we pride ourselves in our pediatric care. As parents to four children themselves, the Sorbos are committed to getting your children started off on the path to lifelong health and wellbeing.

The fact is, everyone can benefit from a healthier spine alignment and an improved nervous system. Children actually experience stress in much of the same way as adults, with negative health consequences from extended periods of stress, including subluxations, which are dislocation areas in the nervous system that can disrupt the body’s other normal functions.

It’s important to mitigate the problems that these subluxations can cause in children, particularly because they can cause problems later in life that are extremely difficult to fix. For example, some subluxations can stunt the proper growth of the spine, leading to abnormal curvatures that can cause many types of problems, from back pain to nervous system issues, later in life.

Pediatric chiropractic care takes the practiced skill of an experienced professional. Dr. Patricia Sorbo, our pediatric specialist, earned a three-year postgraduate degree in Clinical Chiropractic Pediatrics and has helped a great number of children in her community.

Sports Therapy

No Greeley chiropractor would be complete without a focus on sports therapy. No matter at what level you are as an athlete (or hope to be), a qualified sports therapist like Dr. Erik Sorbo at Weld Family Clinic can help you improve your performance. We use calculated techniques designed to help you get the most out of your body no matter your age.

Even the most active and conditioned athletes have their physical limitations. Chiropractic sports therapy ensures that all the moving parts in your body work properly and do what they’re supposed to do. A tweak to the back here, a twinge in the neck there, and you could risk further, more serious injuries down the road. Don’t let yourself succumb to pain or injuries. Let Erik Sorbo and his staff work with you to help you work toward optimal athletic performance.

With the help of our qualified staff, you can improve your mobility in muscles and joints, increase your blood flow and circulation, reduce fatigue, increase strength, and improve overall function and performance of crucial bodily structures that allow you to improve your athletic performance. The goal of chiropractic sports therapy is always to maintain wellness and improve or restore proper function.


Emergency Services

Weld Family Clinic provides after-hours and weekend services by appointment for your emergency chiropractic needs. We know how frustrating it can be to get after-hours attention at other chiropractors in Northern Colorado. We work hard to ensure that our patients can get the services they need for an emergency situation.

For more information on the services we provide as a Greeley chiropractor, contact us.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you are new to chiropractic, you may have some questions before you’re ready to schedule your own first appointment for the first adjustment for a family member. Below are some of the commonly asked questions and answers that you may find helpful. 

What Is Chiropractic Care?

The definition of chiropractic according to www.wfc.org is, “A health profession concerned with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system, and the effects of these disorders on the function of the nervous system and general health. There is an emphasis on manual treatments including spinal adjustment and other joint and soft-tissue manipulation.” A chiropractor could be defined as a primary care doctor whose focus and specialty is spinal wellbeing and health. One of the primary treatments used in chiropractic is manual adjustments.

What Is a Chiropractic Adjustment?

A chiropractic adjustment applies a specific and controlled force to spinal joints in order to improve and restore mobility and function. The doctor may use their hands or a small instrument to apply the pressure. An adjustment may also be referred to as spinal manipulation.

Is a Chiropractic Adjustment Painful?

Because an adjustment is highly controlled and specific, and the pressure and force are minimal, this procedure rarely causes discomfort. Many patients report feeling immediate relief after the adjustment. Patients may experience aches or mild soreness similar to having sore muscles after beginning a new exercise plan. This soreness in many or most cases does not last beyond 24 hours. 

Is Chiropractic Care Safe?

Chiropractic treatment is widely known and recognized as being one of the safest non-invasive and drug-free treatments available for back and neck related complaints. No health treatment is completely risk-free; however, risks associated with chiropractic care are very minimal. 

What Types of Pain Can a Chiropractor Treat?

Whether you’re dealing with a new source of pain after an injury or have been battling chronic pain for years, a chiropractor may be able to help. Here are a number of the different types of pain a chiropractor can help to treat:

  • Upper (Thoracic spine, the area between one’s shoulder blades) and lower back pain
  • Pain that comes from ligament, muscle, and joint disorders or injuries
  • Tension and migraine headaches
  • Neck pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Hip and pelvic pain
  • Knee pain
  • Pain following a car accident, including whiplash
  • Pain resulting from sports injuries
  • Pregnancy back and pelvic pain

Those are just a few examples of pain issues your chiropractor can address. If you’re suffering with pain, talk to your chiropractor to see if spinal adjustments and other alternative treatments they offer could help provide relief and healing. 

What Are the Health Benefits of Chiropractic Treatment?

Treatment from a professional, licensed chiropractor can benefit a patient’s health in a variety of ways. Some of the benefits you may experience include the following:

  • Improved joint mobility, function, and health 
  • Improved circulation
  • Loosened muscles that were tense and tight
  • Improved function of the nervous system
  • Strengthened immunity
  • Reduced/improved back and neck pain
  • Improved organ function
  • Increased energy
  • Improved sleep
  • Decreased inflammation caused by subluxations 
  • Improved bodily nerve communication
  • Improved posture
  • Improved digestion
  • Headache relief
  • Improved infant colic symptoms
  • Reduced discomfort during pregnancy

Will Insurance Cover Chiropractic Treatments?

Most insurance plans do include chiropractic treatment so many of them will pay at least for a portion of your chiropractic treatment costs. Healthcare plans that can help cover chiropractor costs include Medicare as well as some Medicaid plans. Workers’ compensation plans will also often include chiropractic. It’s important to note, however, that some insurance plans will require that your doctor prescribe chiropractic care as a medical need before they will help cover the costs. Most insurance companies do not cover regular maintenance chiropractic care. 

How Much Does a Chiropractic Adjustment Cost?

The average cost for a chiropractic visit is around $65. However, you could see costs that range anywhere from $30 to around $200, depending on the provider you choose and the therapies included. Some chiropractors will perform a variety of tests for the first consultation and as a result, could have a higher cost for the first visit. Others may give you a new patient special initially. The exact cost will depend on the service provider. 

Many chiropractors will offer payment plans for ongoing treatments. 

To learn about the pricing at our Greeley chiropractic clinic, give us a call at 970-356-5255.

What is the Age Limit for a Chiropractic Adjustment?

There is no age limit for chiropractic care. Chiropractors often treat infants who are just hours to days old to check for spinal misalignment that can happen during the process of birth. Seniors can also greatly benefit from chiropractic care. No matter your age, chiropractic care can be an excellent treatment option.

Do Chiropractors Do Anything Besides Adjustments?

While the top thing that comes to mind when most people think of chiropractors is a spinal adjustment, chiropractors are also able to advise their patients on healthy lifestyle changes, exercise/fitness, and nutrition. A good chiropractor focuses on overall health and well-being, and spinal health plays a large role.

Additional treatments you can receive at Weld Family Clinic include sports therapy and low-level laser therapy.


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