In our office there is no such thing as "maintenance care."
Once a person achieves their desired goal, usually getting out of pain, we then start a care plan of seeing how much improvement we can get with their particular problem. Is it exercise, diet, nutrition or all of the above? Do they need chiropractic care to try and correct a postural distortion, which was the original cause of their problems in the first place.
In our office, we offer the complete package of spinal care, knee and foot dysfunction, cranial work, organ reflex therapy and other means of health care AND health improvement. Why would you just want to maintain a certain level of no pain and problems? Why wouldn't you want to improve on what you have? Or at least try to?