Frequently Asked Questions
Do I Need An Appointment?
Yes. All services require scheduled appointments.
Am I Covered By Insurance?
All the services that we provide are can be covered by Extended Health Benefits Plans. All plans are different so you will should check with your employer or Health Beneftis Provider to see what treatments you are covered for.
Are You Registered Practitioners?
Why Do I Need To Fill In A New Patient Form?
We take your health seriously. All of our practitioners are required to perform a detailed health history at your first appointment. This includes reviewing the new patient form that you have filled in, asking additional questions for clarification and performing the required physical assessment. This diligence with your health history ensures that you are given the appropriate treatment. At following treatments your practitioner will quickly review to see if there have been any significant changes to your health since the last treatment.
What Information Should I Bring?
If you have had a significant health event like an accident, surgery or any severe health condition or complication, you can bring any medical reports, bloodwork, x-rays or MRIs to your first appointment. We will take the time to include this health information in your assessment. If you are a current patient and have had a signficant health change, please let us know and bring any medical paperwork about it that you may have.
Do You DIRECT BILL To Insurance?
Yes! We DIRECT BILL to most insurance companies.
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