Chiropractor for Knee Pain | What to Expect
- Manual Therapy
- Joint adjustments
- Therapeutic Exercise
- Nutritional & Dietary Guidance
Do You Need a Referral to See a Chiropractor?
You do not need a doctor’s referral to see any of the chiropractors. We are all quality professionals that accept walk-ins and phone bookings. Yet, some insurance companies need a submitted Doctor’s referral with your claim form. We recommend you call your insurance provider to determine what they need for your payment reimbursement.
What are the Payment Options?
We offer claim submissions for extended benefits for the majority of insurance companies. We also accept VISA, MasterCard, Interact debit and cash payments. Payments occur at the end of each session. You will get a receipt with your service provider’s information and registration number. The receipt is for benefit claiming. If you have health insurance that covers your treatment, a receipt is key. You then send your receipt and claim to your insurance provider for reimbursement. For your convenience, we also offer claim submissions to all major insurance companies.