Over the years, the demand for chiropractic care and services has grown tremendously. What does that mean for you as a patient? More flexible health care options because chiropractic care is now a common coverage item under most insurance plans.
Dr. Adamson and her team, at Adamson Chiropractic in Lacey, have set the standard of excellence in chiropractic care in the South Sound. Their number one priority is getting you back on the field and back to work. Their philosophy is not aimed at establishing long-term care, but at lifestyle restoration. This model is a good fit for most insurance plans, which tend to offer more covered care options for acute and short-term chiropractic care.
Copays & Insurance Coverage with Chiropractic Care
Insurance plans can vary in number of visits covered, types of services covered and out of pocket copays. It’s important to understand your specific coverage before receiving chiropractic care and the team at Adamson Chiropractic is happy to help you discover your benefits. Confusion over insurance coverage should never block the path to receiving the care you need.
Employer Insurance Coverage with Chiropractic Care
While primary insurance coverage through your employer is the most common means to cover chiropractic costs, there are other ways to get the care you need. Some patients find they have secondary insurance through their spouse’s policy. Dr. Adamson’s office will happily bill both primary and secondary insurance companies that they work with. In the case of an auto injury or accident, chiropractic care may be covered by your auto insurance policy.
In addition to working with most insurance companies to cover your costs of chiropractic care, Adamson Chiropractic also handles worker’s compensation claims and will happily help guide you through the process.
Contact Dr. Adamson and her team at Adamson Chiropractic in Lacey to learn more about the insurance companies they work with and other ways to cover the costs of chiropractic care so they can get you on the road of recovery.