INSURANCE is NOT NECESSARY to receive care in this office.
DO YOU TAKE MY INSURANCE? That’s the first question most people ask when they find out I'm a chiropractor. They don’t ask if I’m accepting new patients, if I’m good at what I do, or if I think I could make their life better. They just want to know who is going to pay for it. And they don’t even know what my fees are! They just assume that chiropractic care in ALL offices is expensive.
Here’s what you need to know about ALL major medical health insurance.
Insurance ONLY pays for medically necessary care and services.
If the intent of care is to:
Promote optimal health
Improve quality of life
Prevent further damage or disease
then such care is NOT considered medically necessary. It may very well be extremely important and valuable to you, but it is not considered “medically” necessary. Since my intention is ALWAYS to promote optimal health, improve quality of life, and to prevent further problems, my care is NEVER considered MEDICALLY necessary.
So to make this simple, the short answer is “NO,” I don’t accept your insurance, except HSA (Health Savings Account) or a FSA (Flexible Spending Account), but I do offer “weekly” care at a fixed monthly fee that most everyone can afford, that will allow you to receive ALL of the benefits of chiropractic care, not merely the medically necessary ones.
I wish your insurance paid for that sort of care. The reality is they don’t. The best news is our fees are so reasonable that most people find that they don’t need the insurance to pay for their care any way.
The very best part of a membership practice is the doctor/patient relationship that occurs. I am FREE to make my recommendations based on what I believe is best for you, and not what your insurance plan covers. That’s clean. I work for you. I don’t work for Affordable Health Care, Blue Cross, Anthem, Medicare, or any other insurance company. I just work for you.