- Chiropractic Injury TreatmentYou will need to provide our office with both your auto insurance and any other party’s insurance who were involved in your accident. If you have Personal Injury Protection (PIP), we will bill your company immediately and they should begin paying soon. If you do not have PIP, the third party insurance company will not pay on your account until you are ready to settle, which can be months and even years later. IN this instance, we will first try to bill your health insurance. If there is none available, we will need to file a lien so that we will receive direct payment when settlement is made and would request some sort of monthly payment to show good faith for services rendered to you. Please see our Office Manager for any questions.
- Disc Herniation TreatmentIf a spinal disk is damaged, it can cause the disk to bulge or herniate, pinching the nerve. Lumbar disc herniation is a common cause of sciatica resulting in tingling or numbness in the low-back and legs.
- Chiropractic AdjustmentsEvery year, around 100,000 Americans have surgery to relieve knee pain. But studies suggest that many people can avoid surgery through natural, conservative treatments. Chiropractic adjustments, exercise therapy, and weight loss have all been shown to reduce symptoms of knee pain in patients osteoarthritis.
- Spinal AdjustmentsChiropractic involves treating the person as a whole by assisting the body to heal naturally. It has long been known that healthy, nutritious diets coupled with rest, exercise and spinal adjustments are an integral part of preventative health care.
- Nutritional ConsultationPersistent nutritional deficiencies are commonplace in the world today. As such, nutritional therapy has evolved and grown to include specialized treatments. Preventative health care aims to address stressful environments and the lack of essential nutrients in one's daily diet.
- SubluxationRecent research suggests that neck dysfunction, such as is common with subluxations, is the root cause of balance and dizziness problems reported by older people. Fortunately, one effective way to correct this particular dysfunction is chiropractic care.
- Manipulation Therapy$5+We accept assignments on Medicare claims. Please note that Medicare does not pay for your initial exam or any x-rays taken at this office, you will need to pay for these services. Medicare does pay for your chiropractic manipulation if it is deemed “medically necessary”. You will need to inform us of a current date and cause of injury to substantiate medical necessity every 3 to 6 months. If you have secondary insurance coverage, Medicare usually, automatically bills your insurance. If you do not have secondary (supplemental) coverage or if Medicare doesn’t bill your supplemental, your payment of $5.01 to $8 per manipulation is expected at each visit.
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