What if chiropractic is not covered by your insurance, you do not have insurance, or you have a really high deductible?
- A “same-day pay” discount applies when paying for services out-of-pocket.
- An initial consultation is free of charge.
- A typical treatment visit ranges from $30 to $50, depending upon the treatment performed.
- The first visit includes a physical exam, which is required by law, and typically ranges from $60 to $100.
What is my insurance coverage and what will I owe, if anything?
Dr. Christie accepts most insurance, but it is always a good idea to contact your health insurance provider for details about your particular policy. Usually, the best way to get answers is by calling them. A telephone number to reach them is usually found on the back of your insurance card. The following are important coverage questions you may want to ask:
- Is chiropractic care a covered service?
- What chiropractic treatments are covered under my policy?
- How many chiropractic treatments/visits am I allowed each year?
- How much is my office visit co-pay amount?
- How much is my deductible, and what date does it reset to zero?
Again, while most insurance is accepted, it is the patient’s responsibility to contact the insurance company to understand the details of their personal policy. Getting answers to these questions can help you make educated decisions about how you would like to proceed with your care. Please contact Dr. Christie if you have any questions about costs or insurance.
You pay for only what you need–to get better and stay better.
Fees are based on the procedures that are performed, with separate pricing for examinations, adjustments and physiotherapies. At each visit you are evaluated, consulted, and treatment is determined, based on your current symptoms—therefore, you are paying for treatments that are relevant, cost effective and understood by you. A priority for Dr. Christie is working with you to encourage preventative measures–keeping your health, as you gain it back, is the best medicine to avoid the cost of “sick care”.