Frequently Asked Questions

What insurances do you accept?

We are in-network providers with BlueCross BlueShield (Anthem, Carefirst, Federal), Aetna and United Healthcare.

Do I need a referral from my primary care physician?

Most insurance companies do not require a referral from your Primary Care Physician prior to seeing a Chiropractor, but there are a few plans that do require a referral. It is best to refer to your insurance website or call them directly to be sure.

What can I expect from the initial visit?

The initial visit will include a comprehensive patient intake relating to your chief complaint. A thorough medical history and any other pertinent information will be obtained. A focused evaluation will be performed to determine the cause of the complaint. The doctor will then explain all treatment options and care will be provided unless recommended otherwise.

Who can benefit from Chiropractic care?

Chiropractic care can be beneficial for everyone from infancy to adults. The treatment looks very different for infants, young children, and adults. For our younger patients, light touch and vibration are performed to the joints along with light soft tissue massage. For our adolescent and adult patients, enough pressure is used with our adjustments and manual work to accommodate the needs of the patient. Chiropractic care is great for easing discomfort related to growth and development, sports-related injuries, neck and back pains, postural complaints, headaches, and more.

what are your cash prices?

We offer a discounted cash price through Chiropractic Health USA (CHUSA). CHUSA is an independent membership program where members can enjoy chiropractic care without the limitations of insurance companies. Please contact us to learn more.

What if I do not want to join CHUSA?

If we are out of network with your insurance and you do not want to join CHUSA, we will gladly provide you an itemized form (Superbill) at time of your visit to submit to your own insurance for reimbursement. You will be responsible for full provider fees at time of service to us.