Insurance coverage for chiropractic care varies depending on your specific insurance provider and plan. Some plans offer reimbursement for chiropractic care, while others do not. You will need to clarify with your insurance company directly to determine whether your plan covers chiropractic care and what your out-of-pocket expenses will be.
The initial chiropractor’s assessment fee is $120. Follow-up visits may cost between $90 and $120 per session, depending on the type and length of the treatment session.
Yes, our clinic offers direct billing with most insurance companies to make the process more convenient for our patients.
Patients do not need a referral to see a chiropractor. Chiropractors are recognized as primary contact healthcare providers so that patients can consult them directly.
Yes, chiropractic care is safe and effective for children. Kids are more prone to sports injuries and physical activity-related injuries that may cause discomfort in the back and neck. Chiropractors customize treatment plans for each patient, tailoring gentle and safe therapy for children.
When a joint is adjusted, it can cause the release of gas bubbles, which results in a popping sound. This noise is caused by a shift in pressure within the joint, which causes the expulsion of gas bubbles. Typically, there is no pain involved.
Chiropractors undergo rigorous and extensive training. After completing four years of university, chiropractors attend four years of chiropractic school. They then take extensive qualification exams to be licensed in Canada, and they are considered licensed healthcare practitioners.