If you have left over HSA or FSA money in your insurance accounts that you need to spend before the new year, what better way to spend it then on a Chiropractic package. Or if you know your deductible is about to start over, our packages are an affordable way to save on next years chiropractic visits for you and your family!
The end of 2020 is fast approaching, and we want to help YOU and your family save money on
chiropractic care. Here are 5 ways to save NOW before the end of the year!
1) Give the Gift of Health! Starting December 11th until February 17th we will be giving out Gift of Health Gift Certificates that can be used for a New Patient Visit! These include a full examination, consult, health history, and a Report of Findings for no charge. Grab one for a family member for $29 at your next visit!
2) Gift Certificates! Buy a gift certificate for your loved one or put it on your own WISH LIST! Let others know how important chiropractic care is to you, and how it would make a lovely stocking stuffer for you!
Available in $25, $50 and $100 Gift certificates
3) Buy a Maintenance care package! We offer a discount for purchasing adjustments in bulk, as it saves us time and money on our end, so we can pass that savings on to you. Ask us about it on your next visit. Maintenance care only.
Five (5) Chiropractic visits for $150 regularly $175 a $25 savings
Ten (10) Chiropractic visits for $275 regularly $350 a $75 savings
Six (6) 60 Minute Massage visits for $300 Buy 5 get 0ne free
4) Flex Plan Benefits! Many people have flex money or HSA benefits that need to be used up by the end of 2020. Chiropractic adjustments are a covered expense, and a great way to use your funds. Don’t lose your hard-earned money!
5) Insurance! By this time of year, most people have met their deductible, and often have chiropractic visits left to use before the end of the year. If you have been struggling with an issue, don’t wait until 2021 to get in and miss out on your 2020 benefits!
*Due to Federal Law the certificates and packages are excluded to Medicare and Medicaid patients.