Is Treatment Expensive?

Our office gets it, we all live in the real world.  When we first started treating people with the DRX9000 back in 2006, it was an expensive treatment.  Today many offices still follow that old “cash only” payment model; our office DOES NOT!

Since those early days of spinal decompression treatment we have accepted insurance.  Most of our patients have insurance that will pay for care in a chiropractic office.  By utilizing your insurance plan, the treatment is usually the cost of your co-payment.

When you enter the office for DRX9000 treatment, we will check your insurance for what type of coverage you may have.  Most often there is chiropractic coverage on people’s plan.  This includes covering therapies, depending on the insurance company, may be what  spinal decompression treatment falls13177519_10153446229947007_7353294888869806141_n under.  A through communication between our office and your insurance company will allow us to understand what, if any treatment may cost.

As always, our initial consultation for the DRX9000 is complimentary.  This includes a thorough analysis on why your back and/or leg may be hurting, orthopedic & neurological testing and report of findings.  If we feel that spinal decompression is something that cannot help you, we will tell you – and you still will not be charged.  If it is something that can help you, we will explain what course of treatment you should take and what your insurance covers.

Don’t let a rumor that treatment with the DRX9000 is unaffordable stop you from pursing care.  We have received referrals from other providers (including MD’s), former patients who were successfully treated with the DRX9000 and even insurance companies.

Why wait, call Dr. Guadagnino today at 201-825-6601 to see if and how DRX9000 treatment can help you.

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