Dr. Xavier A Ortiz Ramirez DC, MD, CME is a Chiropractic Physician at Back 2 Work Clinic inside the Ideal Spine Health Center in Eagle, ID. He has over 25 years in the healthcare field and is an experience instructor in many fields.
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By: Dr. Xavier A. Ortiz Ramírez DC, MD, NRCME
Are you experiencing pain, discomfort, or decreased mobility? Whatever the cause or if you are unsure, you should seek chiropractic care. This care is 100% natural and has many benefits. What are they?
As previously stated, chiropractic care is natural. It involves manual therapy, also known as hand therapy. A chiropractor may use an MRI or x-rays to diagnose a problem, but that is it. Therapeutic massages, fusions, alignments, and adjustments are done with the hands and precision force. Chiropractors believe that pain needs to stop, but they do more than just mask the pain with medication. They do not prescribe medication. Instead, they go directly to the source and fix the problem.
If you like the sound of chiropractic care, you may be ready to seek relief. You will want to call and schedule an appointment with a local care provider, but what about payment. How will you pay for treatment? It depends on the care center in question, but you should have several options.
Before worrying about how you intend to pay for a chiropractor, consider insurance. Do you have health insurance? If so, contact your insurance provider immediately. Many insurance providers are now embracing chiropractic care. They realize the benefits and decreased costs of natural relief. If your insurance coverage includes chiropractors, examine your options. Are you free to choose any provider that accepts your insurance or must you opt for a special in-network doctor?
If you have medical coverage, determine how much is covered. You may be required to pay 20% of the bill or have an affordable $11 co-pay. If you do not have medical coverage, you will need to cover the entire cost yourself and out-of-pocket. What are your options?
Personal checks. Most chiropractors do accept personal checks as a method of payment. They realize that consumers prefer these checks to carry around cash. Checks are ideal, as you receive an additional receipt. There is a record that you paid your bill.
Credit cards. Not all chiropractors accept credit cards as a method of payment. This is usually due to fees. Credit card fees can be costly. If your care provider does accept credit cards, only use them as a last resort. The cost of treatment can significantly increase with high-interest rates and late fees.
Debit cards. If a chiropractor accepts credit cards, they should also accept debit cards, also known as bank cards. These cards will need to be processed as a credit, but the funds will be withdrawn from your bank immediately. If you rarely carry personal checks, a debit card is a quick and easy way to pay for treatment.
Cash. All chiropractors should accept cash. They are ideal for low amounts, such as when you are only responsible for an insurance co-pay. Most chiropractic treatments are affordable. Unless paying an overdue balance, you will not need to have thousands of dollars on hand. If you are unsure which methods of payment your provider accepts, always bring cash.
You now know what forms of payment most chiropractors accept, but you may have affordability concerns. How will you pay your bills?
In full. Most chiropractors require payment made in full after each appointment. As previously stated, this will not be high. A little bit of planning and preparation can do the trick. At your first appointment, your chiropractor may recommend a later appointment for a therapeutic massage or adjustment. Inquire about costs. You will only get an estimate, but you should have a week or two to save that money.
Payment plan. As previously stated, most chiropractors prefer payment in full after each appointment. This lowers their risk of losing money. There may be some exceptions, especially with long-term care. If you need treatment, like if you are in severe pain and your chiropractor knows this, they may be willing to make an exception. That exception could include monthly or weekly payment plans.
Contact the Author:
Dr. Xavier A. Ortiz Ramirez, DC, MD, NRCME
CEO / Chiropractic Physician @ Back 2 Work Clinic
Office Phone: (208) 965-2262
Mobile Phone: (208) 576-4696
Mail to: PO Box 382 Meridian ID, 83680
Practice: 950 E Riverside Dr. Eagle Idaho, 83616