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
Breathe Away Your Stress

Breathe Away Your Stress

by Brent Hearn • Breathe in...breathe out. Breathe in...breathe out. Breathe in...breathe out. It’s simple, right? It’s so simple, in fact, that we usually do it without even thinking about it. It’s a two-step process we repeat at a variable pace from...

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A Chiropractic Q & A

A Chiropractic Q & A

by Brent Hearn • Doing anything for the first time can be a bit daunting. Whether it’s your first day working at a new job, your first time visiting a new place, or your first time trying a new hobby, it’s completely understandable to be a bit nervous....

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It’s Time to Talk: Three Benefits to Seeing a Therapist

It’s Time to Talk: Three Benefits to Seeing a Therapist

by Brent Hearn • “Seeing a counselor.” “Going to therapy.” “Seeking help.” Though the stigma of uttering these phrases aloud has lessened over the years, it can still lead to hesitancy when it comes to finding a therapist. There are many who wouldn’t...

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Get the Kink out of That Hose!

Get the Kink out of That Hose!

by Brent Hearn • To most people—whether or not they’ve ever been treated by a chiropractor—the word “chiropractic” refers to neck and back care. This is completely understandable, of course, but it points to an incomplete understanding of the many and...

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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.