We know that price is a worry to some when it comes to you choosing your chiropractic care. Our staff at OrthoIllinois Chiropractic is highly educated and is here to discuss your particular circumstance.
Please be aware that although not every chiropractic treatment technique has gone to the degree to develop and publish its algorithm of decision-making - its "standard of care" - a specific algorithm of decision-making is published regarding application of Cox Technic flexion distraction and decompression, our featured chiropractic technique of choice. This accepted and published protocol asks for 3 to 6 visits per week as a standard for care of a radicular pain patient (one who has severe pain extending down the leg or arm) and 2 to 3 visits per week for a non-radicular patient (one whose pain is contained only in the back or neck).
If your chiropractic insurance coverage covers spinal manipulation, it will most likely cover Cox Technic. The same applies for coverage of ancillary care items (like hot/cold therapy, electrical stimulation, nutrition, support belts). Check with your insurance plan or ask our staff to help you find out.
Realize that insurance coverage does not control what is necessary to regulate your spinal pain - leg pain, arm pain, neck pain or low back pain. You and the staff at OrthoIllinois Chiropractic must conclude what chiropractic care is appropriate to relieve your condition and regulate the pain. If your insurance says it will only pay for 12 visits and your spinal condition demands that you be seen daily or a couple times a week until your pain is relieved, you will have to determine what is best for your health.
Know that we work with you and your insurance/financial circumstance to the advantage of your health and pain-free quality of life. Just ask.
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