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Currently most insurance programs do cover Chiropractic care. Once your deductible has been met, most plans will only hold you responsible for a small co-pay and will cover you for a certain number of visits and/or dollar amount for the whole year (some will even cover massage therapy).
Here are some but not all of the insurance programs we work with:
I'm sure we have forgotten quite a few, but the only way to be sure is to call our office and we can verify your coverage. A consultation at our office will answer all your questions.
F.Y.I. - Unfortunately Tricare does not cover Chiropractic services
Can you believe it? Yes, Medicare does cover Chiropractic care. It won't cover your exam and diagnostics but will cover your treatments. Your co-pay is minimal if Medicare is your only insurance, but if you have a supplemental insurance there will likely be no cost for you.
If you were injured in an automobile accident there is a good chance that your car insurance will cover Chiropractic Care to heal your injuries. In many cases the insurance will cover you at 100% until you reach pre-accident status. You must be seen within 14 days of the accident so be sure to get in to see us ASAP!
At our office we try to make Chiropractic Care as affordable as possible. We offer many choices in care plans that adapt to most budgets for individuals or families. For cash patients I highly advise a consultation before ruling out Chiropractic Care.
I hope the above information answered most of your questions about Insurance and care costs. Please feel free to e-mail me or call the office with any additional questions you may have about Chiropractic or Insurance.