Do you accept my insurance?
We participate with Medicare and most insurance companies. Our billing office will submit charges to your insurance company.
What does my insurance cover?
Insurance coverage varies, therefore, we encourage you to contact your insurance carrier with questions regarding your chiropractic coverage and benefits.
Will I be expected to pay at the time of service?
Co-payments are collected at each visit. Co-insurances and deductibles (that have not been satisfied) are your responsibility and a statement will be provided to you after our billing company has processed your insurance benefits.
Do you require a referral from my primary care physician?
You may set up an appointment without a referral. Your insurance company may require that you have a referral from your PCP in order for them to pay at the highest benefit level. If you are unsure of your benefits, please check with your insurance carrier for clarification.
What will my cost be if I don’t have insurance?
We strive to make our chiropractic care affordable for those patients not covered by insurance. Please contact the office for more information.
As a new patient, how soon can I be seen?
We generally can see new patients within a few days and sometimes the same day that you call.
Will I have a treatment at my first visit?
Most of the time, yes. There are circumstances where additional tests would be required before treatment.
I am looking for a practitioner familiar with the Webster technique.
Dr. Cline is certified in the Webster technique.
New Patient Paperwork
Please arrive 15 minutes early for your appointment to fill out the new patient paperwork or print the form from below, complete and bring with you to your appointment.New Patient Registration
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