Dr. Christopher May is a participating in-network provider for some insurance companies including Blue Cross/Blue Shield PPO plans , Aetna, United Healthcare, Humana, MultiPlan, PHCS, Golden Rule, Beechstreet, and many others. If you are covered by insurance, in some cases your insurance company may cover the cost of the visit after your co-pay. Be aware that you may have a yearly insurance deductible that must be met before your insurance company will provide reimbursement.
In addition many insurance companies are now choosing to only cover "high volume" Chiropractic care. This is basically "in and out" treatment" in which the patient only receives the Chiropractic adjusting aspect of care ("popping"), and is in and out of the office within a few minutes. While some patients may prefer this type of care, it is only a fraction of the care that will be received in this office. This office not only provides the Chiropractic adjustment, but also addresses the vertebral column surrounding tissue (ligaments, tendons, joint capsule, fascia), that is usually just as, if not more important than just the "popping". If the "in and out" version of Chiropractic is preferred, there are many other offices that can provide this type of care including quick adjustment facilities such as The Joint.
If unsure about in-network coverage through your specific insurance plan, it's always a good idea to verify coverage directly with your insurance company. Even within a particular insurance company, there may be different coverages provided for various insurance offerings. An example is Cigna, which now uses a 3rd party administrator "American Specialty Health" which in most cases, provided decreased provider and treatment choice. In cases in which Dr. May is not a participating provider for your particular insurance plan, the cash payment at time of service reimbursement rates will apply. For all health insurance in which Dr. May is considered an in-network participating provider, fees are determined by the insurance company reimbursement contract and vary with each insurance company, but keep in mind, your insurance company may not longer cover the full cost of the visit as explained above. Health Savings Accounts are accepted as well which can help if you have a high deductible health plan. These Health Savings Accounts are usually set up by your employer and provide tax free money that will pay for all healthcare costs.