Frequently Asked Questions
We hear many questions from new and current chiropractic patients. Here are some of the most common questions and answers…
Can the doctor help my condition with chiropractic care?
Depending on the condition (see 74 Reasons to Choose First Choice Chiropractic), we’ve been successfully helping people very much like you with problems very much like yours. Since 1980 we have had a lot of very happy clients. There’s no reason you can’t be one too.
Do you accept my insurance?
We accept all insurance that covers chiropractic; including all health insurance, auto accident insurance, and worker’s compensation insurance. We will be happy to call your insurance company for you and find out exactly what, if anything, your individual plan will cover.
If you have a HMO: unfortunately, some HMOs will not cover chiropractic care without a referral from your primary care doctor (check your HMO to determine their policy). So if required and you obtain a referral from your PCP, your care will be covered to the extent your PCP allows. In any case and whatever your coverage, Dr. Klapp has fee plans that most of our clients find very affordable, in fact only half of our clients have any insurance coverage.
By the way, we always encourage people without chiropractic coverage to complain to their employers or to the people who design these insurance plans that don’t cover chiropractic care.
Are you in my health insurance network?
Our practice is in every major network in the Ann Arbor area. In the unlikely event that we aren’t in your network, we’ll seek admission to it.
How many times will I have to come in?
Everybody responds differently to chiropractic care, but the doctor will make recommendations based upon objective criteria for correcting your problem. Then it is up to you to decide how much chiropractic care you wish to receive.
Call today and let the Ann Arbor chiropractors answer all of your questions.
Providing personalized chiropractic care to the Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, Belleville and Saline communities.