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Chiro Health USA

If you are considering joining ChiroHealthUSA, you are among a growing number of people who are finding themselves uninsured, underinsured, or with limitations in their health plan.

As benefits for chiropractic care dwindle, more families are forced to choose between needed chiropractic care and other necessities. Because patients with insurance coverage have the benefit of the carrier negotiating the fees with the doctor, cash-paying patients, or those with non-covered services like Medicare beneficiaries, may actually have to pay MORE than insured patients. ChiroHealthUSA allows patients to use the membership concept they are already familiar with to access needed care for their immediate family.

Doctors are usually required to charge insurance companies and patients the same fees unless they are under a network contract for a lower fee. ChiroHealthUSA is a contracted network that allows doctors to set and accept discounts on their services for our members. When you join ChiroHealthUSA, you are entitled to similar “in-network” discounts just like the insurance companies.

  • A single $49 annual membership includes everyone in your immediate family.
  • Partially insured patients who have coverage for some services and not others, like Medicare patients, may use their ChiroHealthUSA benefits to complement their existing benefits, specifically for the non-covered services.
  • Patients may use their membership cards at more than 3,000 doctors in the network.


How To Join

By joining the ChiroHealthUSA Program, you immediately become a member and are eligible to enjoy these discounted fees. Your membership is just $49 per year and includes you and your dependents.

To join, simply complete a membership application in your provider’s (chiropractor’s) office. Your provider will collect the membership fee and submit it online for processing. You will be given a temporary card to use until your membership card arrives in 3-4 weeks. It’s just that simple!

Why Should I Join ChiroHealth USA?

ChiroHealthUSA is a great way to reduce your out-of-pocket expenses for health care as health care costs continue to rise. A single $49 annual membership includes everyone in your immediate family, giving them the ability to receive needed treatment that may be paid out-of-pocket at a reduced rate. Partially insured patients, who have coverage from some services and not others, like Medicare patients, may use their ChiroHealthUSA benefits to complement their existing benefits, specifically for the non-covered services. ChiroHealthUSA is provider network that works in conjunction with a discount medical plan organization (DMPO). As a patient, you may join ChiroHealthUSA in your chiropractor’s office for $49 a year. This membership will allow you and your legal dependents to receive discounts on many of your chiropractic expenses. While this program is not a replacement for insurance, it may be used to supplement a major medical health insurance policy.

For more information please visit ChiroHealth USA at www.chirohealthusa.com

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Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00 AM-6:00 PM

Tuesday:

9:00 AM-1:00 PM

Wednesday:

3:00 PM-8:00 PM

Thursday:

9:00 AM-1:00 PM

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

8:00 AM-1:00 PM

Sunday:

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