The Care You Need at a Cost You Can Afford

The ChiroHealthUSA program provides discounts on many of your chiropractic expenses. The program may be used by you and members of your immediate family. While this program is not insurance, it may be used to cover expenses not covered by a major medical health insurance policy.

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Don’t Believe the Fitness Myths

Don’t Believe the Fitness Myths

by Brent Hearn • For most (read: pretty much all) of our posts, we like to delve into a topic that we find relevant to your health, citing a variable number of sources along the way. In this post, however, we’re going to veer into new territory and...

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Eat Your Way to Healthier Joints

Eat Your Way to Healthier Joints

by Brent Hearn • Maybe it comes on without warning. You’re in the middle of a routine workout—and not a particularly strenuous one—when you feel a twinge in your elbow that proceeds to nag at you for weeks.  Or you’re climbing the stairs at your...

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Tips for Healthy Vision

Tips for Healthy Vision

by Brent Hearn • Benjamin Franklin once noted that nothing is certain except death and taxes. You could make a pretty good argument for adding “an eventual need for corrective lenses” to that list. Maybe it was just too many words; Ben probably...

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Leg Length Discrepancy

Leg Length Discrepancy

by Brent Hearn • Perhaps you’ve suspected—or been told—at some point by someone (a physician, chiropractor, coach, for instance) that you or your child have “one leg shorter than the other.” Or maybe you’ve noticed a limp or “hitch” in your or your...

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ChiroHealthUSA Plus

The ChiroHealthUSA PLUS program provides discounts on many types of medical expenses. The program can be used by patients and members of their immediate families*. While this program is not insurance, it may be used to cover expenses not covered by a major medical health insurance policy.

This program is not available in Alaska, California, Rhode Island, Vermont and Washington.

*Immediate family members are defined as a spouse or domestic partner, dependent children up to the age of 26, parents in the household over age 60, and any other IRS Dependents.