The Number 1 Question people ask…

“Do you take my insurance?”


What No One Tells You:

  • No one tells you that choosing a quality chiropractor is a process that actually requires quite a bit of knowledge before you even know the right questions to ask. 
  • Most people only ask about insurance and assume that is enough. 
  • The inevitable result is landing in a chiropractic office that MAY accept insurance, but fails your expectations or needs in literally every other way.
  • At best, using this method, you’ll move on to another chiropractor and search using the same method, but at worst, you’ll give up on this incredible addition to a family health strategy because you’ll assume all chiropractors are the same.

You couldn’t be doing it MORE wrong:

  • Switch your thinking into a “value-based” assessment of each practice, rather than an “insurance-based” assessment.
  • Plenty of offices that take your insurance provider will let you down, but VERY FEW chiropractors who meet all your other criteria minus the insurance component will let you down.
  • What you want are results, and you want results that you can afford. What if the BEST chiropractors didn’t take insurance but could deliver relief much faster, and with fewer adjustments than their insurance-taking counterparts? Which would you prefer?

What you never knew about chiropractic and insurance coverage:

  • This isn’t to diminish the importance of insurance coverage in the healthcare space. 
  • You pay a LOT for your insurance (as do we), but the fact of the matter is that if you find a good chiropractor, they’ll be able to offer their services at a rate that is TOTALLY affordable. 
  • Most drugs and surgeries are NOT affordable without insurance. Finding a surgeon that is in network with your insurance is essential, because these procedures cost tens and sometimes hundreds of thousands of dollars.
  • Chiropractic adjustment services can cost anywhere from $30 to $300 depending on the office. 
  • Example: If an office charged $50 for an adjustment service and was out-of-network with your insurance provider, and another office down the road charged $45 as an insurance co-pay, would you automatically choose the $45 office over the $50 office? What if the cheaper office had a significantly poorer adjusting technique, or had poor flexibility and customer service? 
  • Is $5 really worth it? Only you can know the answer for yourself.

The Bottom Line:

  • Dive into your e-book guide and start interviewing your chiropractic offices with questions that help get to the root of your needs–affordable results.

Reach out with further questions–we can be reached at:

Rebel Chiropractic

1222 Pray Blvd. Suite 1

Waterville, OH 43566


Instagram: @RebelChiropractic

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