Does My Health Insurance Cover the Treatment Cost?

Yes and no. Most major insurance companies do not cover non-surgical spinal decompression therapy. However, most insurance plans cover many of the components of our Complete Spinal Rehabilitation Program including examinations, your visits with the doctor and deep muscle therapy.

Each insurance company offers its members multiple different health insurance plans. Call our office at (949) 857-1888 to find out the exact details of your coverage. Most of our patients have realized a 50-90% cost savings compared to nearly every other Spinal Decompression office in Orange County.

Our office is proud to be among just a handful of offices in California that has fulfilled the requirements set forth by the Secretary of State to allow for DRX9000 Spinal Decompression and Rehabilitation to be reimbursed by health insurance plans.

What is the Cost of Spinal Decompression Therapy?

We offer a complimentary consultation. This allows us to accurately determine your specific healthcare needs and answer all your questions – including your questions about treatment cost. Call (949) 857-1888 to schedule a complimentary consultation to find out if Spinal Decompression can help you AND how much our Insurance-Covered Program can save you.

What Insurance Plans Do You Accept?

We accept all major PPO and POS insurance plans. This includes (but is not limited to) Medicare, Blue Shield, Anthem Blue Cross, Aetna, Cigna, United Healthcare, Humana, PacifiCare, Beech Street Network and Medicare. Since each plan offers different coverage benefits please call our office at (949) 857-1888 to set up a complimentary consultation and insurance benefit analysis.

How Do the Spinal Discs Become Injured?

Over time gravity, spinal joint dysfunction and accumulated trauma cause the discs to compress, flatten and degenerate. This constant compression prevents much-needed oxygen and nutrients from entering the disc to aid in healing and trauma recovery. This ongoing starvation causes the once-tough outer layers of the disc to soften allowing the contents of the disc to bulge outward. Significant disc damage can become a tear called a disc herniation or the inner gelatinous material of the disc can leak out called a disc sequestration. The “jelly center” of the disc can also dry out over time which is referred to as degenerative disc disease. All forms of disc injury can eventually impinge on the nerves exiting the spine (“pinched nerve”) which can create numbness, tingling, burning or sharp pain down the arms or legs. Sharp pain originating from the back and “shooting” down the legs is often referred to as sciatica. The only treatment that can reverse this degenerative compression is Non-Surgical Spinal Disc Decompression (DRX9000).