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Chiropractic Appointment Using Your Health Insurance  


We understand that insurance is hard to understand! Luckily our doctors and front desk staff will explain your insurance benefits, how many visits you have left, what insurance is willing to pay and more. We do the hard work for you! Even though we have a lot of knowledge when it comes to insurance, our initial estimate is just that - an estimate. Once we receive your official Explanation of Benefits (EOB) from your insurance company, we will have a better understanding of the financial situation. Each plan is different and has hidden regulations, so please be patient and considerate of us as we work with your insurance. 

Dr. Porter and Dr. Bates are currently in-network with Aetna, Ambetter, Anthem, BlueCross BlueShield, Cigna, Medicare, and United Healthcare/UMR. Eventually, we will be in-network with Humana. This page will be updated as we continue to hear back from insurance companies.

** We do not accept Medicaid patients** 

Insurance Terminology & Definitions


The amount of money paid by the patient before insurance payments begin

Number of Visits

The number of visits that the insurance company will cover 


The predetermined fee that an individual pays each visit in additional to what the insurance covers


Refers to the percentage that the patient pays after the deductible is met

Insurance Premium 

Monthly fee paid by the patient for health insurance coverage 

Out of Pocket Maximum 

Once medical costs reach a certain amount in a calendar year, the customary costs for the benefits covered are paid at 100% by the insurance company 

Order of Payment:
1. Deductible is paid first
2. Co-insurance/Co-pays 
3. Once out of pocket maximum has been met, insurance pays 100% for everything 

Don't have insurance?

No problem! We understand that health insurance can be expensive and some insurances don't cover chiropractors. That's why we have a cash rate that is reasonable and affordable. New Patient rate is $100 and existing patient is $60. This includes all services - initial exam, adjustments, dry needling, soft tissue release, exercises, nutrition, etc. 

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