Does our office accept medical insurances?
At the present time our office accepts different plans of Aetna, Blue Cross, some University of Utah health plans, PEHP. Please call the phone number on the back of your insurance card to confirm your chiropractic benefits, if any deductibles apply, what is your co-pay or co-insurance. Our office has state-of-the-art equipment, which can greatly help you like spinal decompression for your neck or back, Class IV laser therapy and our new BioCharger NG, which uses photonic light, sound & electromagnetic pulsating energy waves.
If you are trying to use your insurance call & ask your insurance if they pay for these following codes, if these services are performed by a chiropractic physician?
- 97124 (therapeutic massage)
- 97140 (trigger point therapy)
- 97026 (infra-red photonic therapy)
- 97760 (fitting for custom-made orthotics)
- L3030 (RT & LT) insertable custom-made orthotics)
- S9090 (spinal decompression)
- 97039 (Class 4 Laser Therapy)
- 0552T (Dynamic Photonic/Vibrational Energy Therapy)
Ask your insurance if you need an “Authorization” from your medical doctor to receive chiropractic care?
Whose insurance card do you need to bring to your new patient appointment?
You need to bring the “insured’s” insurance card. You must also know the “insured’s” exact name, address, date of birth and phone number in order for your insurance claim to be processed, otherwise your claim may be denied.
Our Office Will Submit A Claim To Your Insurance Company if you have all your insurance information and the insurance card of the insured.
Does Holistic Chiropractic & Wellness perform x-rays in their office?
No; because x-rays are not always needed. If needed, our office will submit an x-ray request to a near-by imaging clinic. The clinic will call your insurance to see how much your insurance pays and what would be your responsibility. There are cash / credit card discounts to have imaging performed.
What if you need an MRI, CT ?
These can be performed at our near-by imaging clinic, which would be a lot less expensive then going to your local hospital.