Will my insurance cover my visit?
Most insurance companies cover chiropractic care but do require a co-payment.
It is important to note that though these companies cover chiropractic care, their coverage may be limited and come with certain restrictions.
We currently accept:
Medicare, Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, Pacific Source, Providence, Regence, Moda, Health Net*
We recommend you call your insurance company and verify your Chiropractic benefits since insurance companies have specific health plans and will have different requirements, limits to care, and levels of coverage.
Do you accept motor vehicle accident and work injury cases?
If you were involved in an MVA, we require your claim and policy number, the name of your adjuster, and your auto insurance company. If you don't currently have a claim open, we can assist you in opening a new claim. We then bill the auto insurance directly. Please be aware that this process differs from state to state.
If you are involved in a workplace accident, please bring your case number and adjuster's name to your initial treatment. We currently only accept Oregon workplace accidents.
What if I don't have insurance?
No insurance? No problem! If you pay for your care the day you receive your care, we offer a 15% time-of-service discount. We are also a part of ChiroHealthUSA, a discount medical plan that provides discounts on health care services and allows you and your family to save money on services not covered by your health insurance plan.
Is Chiropractic treatment painful?
Under normal non-severe circumstances, manipulations or adjustments don't hurt. The patient may experience minor discomfort during the adjustment, which lasts only a second or two. The majority of patients feel immediate relief. By providing explanations of their actions, the doctors will ensure that you are aware of everything they are doing before any treatments are performed.
Visiting a chiropractor regularly reduces your pharmaceutical costs by 85%.
Chiropractic techniques are 40% more effective than medical care when it comes to treating lower back pain.