Currently, we are In-Network with the following insurance companies
If you do not see your insurance on here, that does not mean that we do not accept it! Listed here are the major healthcare insurance companies that we have contracts with. Many of these companies have subdivisions which may include your plan!
Understanding your insurance benefits
Co-Payment: this is a standard amount due at the time of service. For some insurance carriers, chiropractic is considered a specialty. On most insurance cards, you will be able to find your co-pay information.
Co-Insurance: this is a variable amount due at the time of service. This amount depends on your plan and the treatment you receive. For example, if your co-insurance is 30%, you are responsible for 30% of the visit, and your insurance company covers the rest. We’d be happy to help you determine an approximate amount of what your visit may cost you.
Deductible: this is the amount that you, as the patient, must pay before your insurance benefits apply. For example, if you have a $2500 deductible, you are responsible for your chiropractic treatments until that $2500 deductible has been met. Other healthcare services can apply to your deductible too.
Many of our patients have plans that include a deductible- which can sometimes be confusing to understand. We are able to check on your benefits and eligibility, and can explain your insurance coverage to you. The deductible has been confusing for some patients- so please call with questions. We are happy to help!
I don’t have insurance (or, you don’t accept my insurance)… can i still receive treatment?
Of course you can! We have self-pay patients from out of state or who simply do not carry health insurance. The cost of treatment usually ends up being close to what your co-payment would be if you had insurance. We try our hardest to make chiropractic care accessible and affordable to all who need to feel better. Please do not hesitate to ask any questions you have regarding your insurance or your coverage. Be prepared with your insurance ID number and be willing to provide the date of birth of the policy holder (it could be yourself, a spouse, a guardian, etc.)