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.

CHIROPRACTIC NEWS
National Handwashing Awareness Week

National Handwashing Awareness Week

by Brent Hearn • December 1st through the 7th is National Handwashing Awareness Week, so now is as good a time as any to learn a bit about the history of handwashing and remember once again to… “Wash your hands!” From the mouths of our mothers to sound...

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Better Neck Health? Sleep On It!

Better Neck Health? Sleep On It!

by Brent Hearn • We ask a lot of our necks during the day. They have to support our noggins while we’re at work, which for many of us involves sitting behind a computer in various degrees of slouch. They have to deal with unnecessary strain as we look...

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Is Falling Back As Bad As Falling Down?

Is Falling Back As Bad As Falling Down?

by Brent Hearn • The countdown has begun, and the clock is running out on daylight-saving time. (Was it really necessary to include two time-related puns in the very first sentence of this article? Depends on your definition of “necessary.”) In 2021,...

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Chiropractic in the Modern Era

Chiropractic in the Modern Era

by Brent Hearn • What comes to mind when you think of a chiropractic appointment? The answer may largely be dependent upon how recently you’ve been treated—or if you’ve ever been treated—by a chiropractor. Popular culture tends to portray chiropractic...

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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.