NEW PATIENT INFORMATION
NEW PATIENT FORMS
Your time is valuable. Speed up the process by filling out our new patient information forms prior to your first visit. These forms cover your health history as well as your insurance information.
We believe in the value of wellness care for you and your family and have maintained a pricing structure that allows care for all budgets. Our office participates in most insurance programs, and we accept auto accident and injury cases. For patients who have little or no insurance coverage, flexible payment programs can be arranged. To learn more about our payment options, please call our office directly.
We work hard to take out the “hassle.” We’re more than happy to contact your insurance company to verify your coverage benefits, so you don’t have to. Most plans have chiropractic coverage. We’re providers and accept most insurance companies. If you have any questions, regarding your financial responsibilities at our office, just ask. And if you have secondary insurance, we’ll be more than happy to assist with filing.
We take care of a lot of self-pay patients and offer a medical discount plan to make care very affordable. We have several payment plans so those patients may receive complete care without undue financial difficulty.
We accept Medicare, and our office will complete and file the forms for applicable charges to Medicare for you.
If you’ve been in an automobile accident, we work with the auto insurance department and your attorney. Although you are ultimately responsible for your payments, we will wait for settlement of your claim for up to six months after your care is completed.
CareCredit is a healthcare credit card that makes care possible today—for purchases of all amounts. It’s designed for health, beauty, and wellness needs. With many of our special financing options, you can avoid paying interest by making your minimum monthly payments and paying the full amount due by the end of the promotional period. Many patients put off treatments and procedures because they cannot afford to pay. Medical services providers offer CareCredit payment options as an alternative to consumer credit cards, cash or checks. CareCredit allows you to pay over time instead of a lump sum prior to treatment. Visit the Care Credit website.