Insurance Coverage

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One of the initial reasons that some people do not seek Chiropractic care, is cost. It isn’t high but it is out of pocket.

There are several programs available that cover partial or all treatment expenses for the patient.

If you are eligible for any of these programs, your Chiropractic receptionist can assist you with information to help obtain coverage, and will try to answer any questions that you may have.

Programs We Work With

Pacific Blue Cross

Over 60% of British Columbians have insurance benefits through Pacific Blue Cross. Most group benefit plans offer medical coverage for chiropractic treatment.

Pacific Blue Cross also offers eClaims service which allows you to submit your chiropractic claims online and receive reimbursement quicker than ever before.

Contact your employer’s Human Resources department or ask your benefits provider directly to find out more about coverage for Chiropractic Treatment.

ICBC

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) provides coverage to motorists who are injured as a result of a collision.

There are no out-of-pocket expenses. Simply provide your claim number to your chiropractor who will confirm that you have been approved.

Treatment costs are covered for the entire length of recovery.

Contact your chiropractor as soon as possible if you have been involved in a crash. They will complete all of the required injury reports.

MSP

If you are currently enrolled in the Medical Services Plan (MSP) Premium Assistance Program, MSP contributes $23 per visit for a combined annual limit of 10 visits each calendar year for the following services:

  • acupuncture
  • chiropractic
  • massage therapy
  • naturopathy
  • physical therapy
  • and non-surgical podiatry.

WorkSafeBC

Workers who are injured on the job and who qualify for workers’ compensation benefits are covered for eight weeks of chiropractic treatment at no cost.

Treatment may not coincide with additional treatments (eg. physiotherapy) without prior approval from WorkSafeBC.

If you have been hurt on the job, contact your family chiropractor immediately to begin recovery.