Medical Insurance

If you are trying to use your medical insurance please bring with you your most current insurance card and a printed copy of current chiropractic benefits including the number of visits allowed; what is your co-pay or co-insurance, and if your deductible has been met, or how much of your deductible is remaining. If you haven’t met your deductible our office is allowed to collect our normal fees for that days appointment / session; a claim would be submitted to your insurance company which would be applied to your deductible; if a co-pay is due and if not paid at the time of visit a $20 fee would be accessed.

Involved In a Car Accident?

If you have been involved in a car accident whether it was your fault or not, you need to call & report the accident to YOUR AUTO INSURANCE COMPANY “NOT” THE INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE OTHER DRIVER. Your auto insurance adjustor will give you a CLAIM NUMBER. Bring that CLAIM NUMBER to your new patient appointment along with the adjustor’s name, phone number, fax number & email address in order for our office to submit medical bills.

New Cash-Paying Patient?

Paying by check or cash is preferred so that you can avoid any bank transaction fees.

Injured While at Work?

If you have been injured while at work, and if you are trying to use your worker’s compensation benefits, please bring with you the required documents, signatures, phone numbers and primary contact that our office would need to communicate with regarding payment for rendered chiropractic services.

New Patient Appointment Outside of Regular Business Hours

If you are scheduling a new patient appointment outside of regular business hours, a credit card would be required to reserve your appointment as you would reserve a hotel room (unless other arrangements have been made with Dr. Bob). Your credit card would not be charged unless you didn’t show up for your appointment.