Dr Rick Wells
An exam is required.
Active treatment means:
Medicare judges your progress by wanting to see improved function—
not just how you feel. At this point, your case would be considered,
“Maintenance Care.” Medicare does not pay for chiropractic care
to maintain your progress or help prevent problems.
You do have the option to opt to self-pay.
Medicare requires you to pay your annual deductible amount.
Once you pay that amount, you will be responsible for a 20% coinsurance on the cost of your
active treatment adjustments. Everything else in the office will be your responsibility.