Payment Options - Insurances


We are in network with all major health insurance plans, including Medicare, United Health Care, Cigna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aenta, Humana, Coventry and more. Because there are so many insurance plans out there, and because coverage for chiropractic care varies widely with each individual plan, our staff would be happy to verify your benefits and explain them to you at no charge. If you know we are out-of-network with your current insurance plan, please let us know that way we can get in-network with your plan or HMO so we can accommodate you!

No Insurance

Our goal at Plainfield Chiropractic and Rehabilitation is to allow everyone to experience the benefits of chiropractic care and adjustments. For patients who have little or no chiropractic insurance coverage, we can work with you to arrange a flexible payment program that fits your budget. If you have no insurance or if your insurance does not have any chiropractic benefits, there are still ways for you to receive the pain relief and chiropractic care that you need. Many patients choose to pay directly for their visits with the chiropractor, especially as they discover that chiropractic care is actually extremely cost-effective and affordable. For these patients, chiropractic care is often cheaper and more effective than alternative pain treatments such as pain medications or invasive surgery. We are also providers for ChiroHealthUSA members!

Car Accident, Workers Compensation, Personal Injury

We accept auto accident, workers compensation, personal injury cases that have resulted in back pain, neck pain, headaches, or other related pain conditions. Our staff can easily assist you with your paperwork and guide you on the process of these claims. Our clinic has had substantial experience treating injury cases. Chiropractic care for these types of injuries is the most effective way to manage these cases and start the body's natural healing process.

Payment Methods

Payment Methods include: credit, debit, cash, flex spending cards, health savings cards, CareCredit, and checks.