Cash, check, credit card, and FSA/HSA spending cards are all accepted forms of payment. We DO NOT accept insurance of any kind. If your insurance company provides out of networks chiropractic benefits, you can submit your bill to them to consider for reimbursement.

While we do not accept insurance, we do accept cards from Flexible Spending and Health Savings Accounts if you have one of these accounts, which allows you to spend money towards healthcare expenses on a pre-tax basis. These accounts are typically employee benefits so contact your employer for more information about HSA/FSA accounts.

You may also submit your receipt to your insurance company and see if they will count the services you have paid for here toward your yearly insurance deductible. This varies by insurance carrier so please contact you insurance for more information about this.

A note from Dr. Christina about insurance…

While patients obviously would prefer to use their health insurance, the world of insurance has become more and more limited in the coverage that they provide for Chiropractic services. They continue to increasingly UNDER-value the benefits of chiropractic treatment. Filing with insurance companies also takes a considerable about of time. All of this restricts my ability to best serve my patients by limiting both the availability of services and time that I have for you, the patient, so after thoughtful consideration I have made the decision to not contract with any insurance companies.

I strive to keep my prices affordable. The cost for a treatment is $55 and is sometimes less than the copay that insurance companies are charging patients for chiropractic visits.

The money that you spend in my office is a worthwhile investment in your health.

The new patient exam is $185 and includes a thorough health history, physical exam and ALSO the cost of your first treatment as long as there are no red flags or other contraindications to the safety of treating you on the day of your exam. This comes out to 1.5 to 2 hours of valuable one on one time with me; Not with an assistant, but with your doctor to ensure that we have plenty of time to talk about any health issues that you may be facing and ways that I can help you. I do not rush through this as the purpose of this appointment is for me to connect with you on a personal level so that I can provide the best personalized care possible. My patients really appreciate the time that I spend with them at their first appointment.

Please reach out to me if you have any question.

~Dr. Christina