We accept and are providers for Medicare Part B, Dakotacare, Sanford, Avera, Blue Cross & Blue Shield, and many others. However, it is best to check with your insurance company to determine if you have chiropractic coverage and if we are a provider before your appointment.
If your insurance covers chiropractic, but we are not listed as a provider, let us know and we can provide a form for you to send to your insurance. Your insurance company will either send you a check or apply the charges to your annual deductible.
Medicare Part B
In regards to chiropractic, Medicare Part B, does not pay for everything. According to the Medicare website, Medicare Part B only covers manipulation of the spine if medically necessary to correct a subluxation when provided by a chiropractor or other qualified provider.
Medicare may not cover the cost if they feel the service is too frequent, if it does not relate to the spine, and is determined to be maintenance care. Other items not covered are listed on our Medical Necessity Form.
Accident and Workman’s Comp Insurance
*Important Policy Change for New Accident and New Workers’ Comp Patients Effective April 1, 2023
-New Accident Patients will be required to pay out of pocket the day of the appointment for all services provided. The patient will be responsible for submitting what they paid to the accident insurance for reimbursement.
-We will no longer treat Workers’ Compensation patients.