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Reading, PA 19606 US


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Chiropractic Accepted Insurance

ALL insurance must be verified to confirm
coverage for your specific plan.

Please contact our insurance department at 
610-401-0598 for more information. 

AARP - Secondary Insurance

Aetna - PPO and HMO (HMO MUST have referral faxed to us)

Amerihealth - (NOT Medicaid plan, Caritas)

BHP/Loomis - (NOT through Reading Hospital and Reading Truck Body)
If card says "managed care" in upper right hand corner, NO chiropractic benefits

Blue Cross/Blue Shield - these are out of state plans: Acupuncture NOT covered

Capital Blue Cross - Massage/Acupuncture NOT covered **Tx Plan needed**

Senior Blue - (Capital Medicare Advantage, **Tx Plan needed** from day one)


Cigna - through ASH, Massage/Acupuncture NOT covered **Tx Plan needed**


First Health

Freedom Blue - Medicare Replacement Plan, follows Medicare guidelines **Tx Plan needed**

HealthAmerica/Health Assurance/Coventry Healthcare/Advantra - Massage/Acupuncture NOT covered

Highmark Blue Shield - Acupuncture NOT covered **Tx Plan needed**

HOP - Secondary Insurance

Humana - Medicare Replacement

Independence BCBS - billed through Highmark, Acupuncture NOT covered

Keystone Central - (Capital) effective 2/9/17

Medicare - Chiropractic Adjustment covered only



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