Most insurance plans contain chiropractic care benefits. We can contact your insurance company and help verify your chiropractic benefits for you. We work with personal insurance, auto insurance, and worker’s compensation for work place injuries. If you have any questions feel free to contact us anytime.
Eve Chiropractic Clinic accepts most health insurance plans that provide benefits for chiropractic care and massage therapy. Some plans may require a small co-payment that is paid by you to your healthcare provider at the time of service. Our office can determine your available chiropractic benefits before your initial appointment. Please provide us with your full name, date of birth, and insurance information when you call to schedule an appointment.
If you were in a car accident in Oregon, you are eligible to receive at least $15,000 toward your health care costs.
Motor vehicle accident insurance benefits can be used for numerous natural health care services, including chiropractic, massage therapy and acupuncture. You can open a medical claim by following these steps:
1. Call your auto insurance company (a claims adjuster will be assigned to your case and will help you open your claim)
2. Provide our clinic with the following information: the name of your insurance company, the name and phone number of your claims adjuster, and your medical claim number (which you get from your adjuster)
Some people injured in an auto accident may wish to speak with a personal injury attorney. Our clinic can provide you with a referral to a personal injury attorney for legal advice.
You may be eligible for worker’s compensation benefits if you are injured while you are at work. Worker’s compensation laws in Oregon state that, if you have successfully opened a worker’s compensation claim, you are entitled to 18 chiropractic visits or 60 days of care, provided your chiropractor is your “attending physician.”
You are only allowed one attending physician on your initial claim, and you must switch to an attending physician who is an MD or DO after your 18 visits or 60 days of care. Your new attending physician can refer you for further chiropractic care, if they deem it necessary. Your chiropractor, in this case, becomes your “ancillary care provider.”
If you are currently seeking care from a non-chiropractic attending physician, you can change your attending physician to your chiropractor. Oregon worker’s compensation laws allow you the freedom to change your attending physician up to two times after your initial selection.