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Fee Schedule


The state of Pennsylvania does not require doctor's offices to post a "menu" (fee schedule) for their services at this point in time. It is our desire to provide cost-efficient and effective primary spine care. With the fee schedule posted online, there are no unexpected surprises when it comes to your care. The best course of care for your condition will be presented to you and you will have the choice of what services you would like to include with your care.


ChiroHealthUSA (CHUSA)


I am contracted through CHUSA, a discount medical plan organization (DMPO), through whom I can legally offer a savings on services for self paying patients. If you elect to use your health insurance plan, we will bill for the appropriate services, collect payment and submit a bill to you for any copayments/coinsurance/deductibles.


If you are considering joining ChiroHealthUSA, you are among a growing number of people who are finding themselves uninsured, under insured, or with limitations in their health plan. As benefits for chiropractic care dwindle, more families are forced to choose between needed chiropractic care and other necessities. Because patients with insurance coverage have the benefit of the carrier negotiating the fees with the doctor, cash paying patients, or those with non-covered services like Medicare beneficiaries, may actually have to pay MORE than insured patients. ChiroHealthUSA allows patients to use the membership concept they are already familiar with (Sams Club, etc) to access needed care for the entire family.


Doctors are usually required to charge insurance companies and patients the same fees unless they are under a network contract for a lower fee. ChiroHealthUSA is a contracted network that allows doctors to set and accept discounts on their services for our members. When you join ChiroHealthUSA, you are entitled to similar "in-network" discounts just like the insurance companies.


A single $39.00 annual membership covers an entire family. Partially insured patients, who have coverage for some services and not others, like Medicare patients, can use their ChiroHealthUSA benefits to complement their existing benefits, specifically for the non-covered services. Patients can use their membership card at more than 2,000 practices in the network.

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