- What is Chiropractic
- What is a Subluxation
- What is an Adjustment
- What is Muscle Guarding
- Care for Accidents and Injuries
- Rehabiliative Care
- Prevention & Wellness Care
- Chiropractic for Sports & Fitness
- Conditions Improved by Chiropractic
- Top 7 Reasons to get Adjusted
- What to Expect at Your First Visit
- Traditional Chinese Medicine
- TCM Diet Principles
- Acupuncture for Pain
- Acupuncture for Fertility
- Acupuncture During Pregnancy
- Acupuncture for Stress
- Acupuncture to Quit Smoking
- Trigger Point Dry Needling
- Moxibustion Therapy
- Cupping and Acupuncture
- Gua Sha Technique
- What is Chi/Qi and Meridians
- Conditions Improved by Acupuncture
- Chicago Community Acupuncture Project
- Top 7 Reasons to get Acupuncture
- What to Expect at Your First Visit
- What Are Orthotics?
- Foot Mechanics
- Symptoms of Improper Foot Mechanics
- Conditions Improved by Orthotics
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Shin Splints
- Hallux Rigidus
- Iliotibial Band Syndrome
- Morton’s Neuroma
- Knee Pain
- Low Back Pain
- Sports Performance
- Choosing Shoes for Your Orthotics
Our office accepts most insurance plans. If you are unsure of your coverage, please do not hesitate to call us. Our staff will verify and explain your benefits before treatment, at no charge.
Although each policy is a little different and each patient receives varying services depending on the condition being treated, a patient with insurance may expect to pay on average between $0 to $20 per visit regardless if we are in or out of network with your insurance company. Our office will fill out the claim forms and submit it to your insurance provider for you at no charge. Typically, Chiropractic, Physical Therapy, Massage, Acupuncture and Orthotics are incorporated into your health insurance policy.
In-Network Insurance Providers
Blue Cross & Blue Shield
United Health Care
If you do not have insurance we offer affordable prepayment packages which will be reviewed with you before treatment is begun.
If your condition is due to an automobile injury:
There are many situations in which a person(s) can be covered for treatment for such an injury. The best way to find out is to call our office and speak to our expert staff. If an attorney is involved he will advise you also. Our office will work with attorneys on a lien basis. This means that the attorney will be paying the doctor directly. These kinds of cases can be confusing so please don't hesitate to call our office for assistance
If your injury occurred at work:
Your employer or your employer's insurance carrier, by law, is financially responsible for payment of all treatment charges which are a result of your work injury or condition. You are entitled to receive all necessary care and treatment which restores your health to a pre-injury status or to the best possible condition. Please Note: When you have a work-related injury or illness, the law requires that you notify your employer immediately, no later than 30 days from knowledge of your injury. If it has been determined, upon the doctor’s evaluation, that you are currently experiencing symptoms or problems that are unrelated to your work injury, your employer's Workers' Compensation insurance carrier will not be responsible for treatment. It is very important for you to follow our recommendations and to keep your scheduled appointments with this office in order to achieve maximum benefit to your condition
Medicare requires that you pay a yearly deductible of $100.00 towards your Part B medical expenses before they will begin paying for covered services. If you have already been treated by other doctors this year, you may apply those bills toward your deductible.
After you have met your deductible, Medicare will reimburse 80% of the "allowable" treatment charges. The only "allowable" treatment charge by a chiropractor is "manual manipulation of the spine."
X-Rays may be needed or necessary, as to be determined by the doctor, for proper care and treatment.
Medicare will not reimburse for examination charges, and therefore, payment must be made by you upon services rendered.
The doctor may determine that certain physical therapy modalities or procedures, vitamin supplements or orthopedic supports may be necessary to assist in the treatment of your condition. Medicare may not reimburse for any of these services