Chiropractic treatment can greatly reduce back pain and other spinal misalignments. Back pain, specifically, is the second leading cause of hospitalization and physician visits, second only to childbirth. Chiropractic treatments help restore the body to its peak condition by resolving structural problems to maximize the functional ability of the body.
- Increases circulation
- Increases removal of lactic acid
- Increases delivery of oxygen and nutrients
- Increases flexibility
- Increases training effectiveness
- Reduces soreness and pain
- Reduces adhesions
- Reduces recovery time
- Reduces muscle spasms
- Reduces the chance of injury
Cost is determined on a case by case basis.
Dawson Chiropractic does not offer payment plans, however, we do accept Mastercard, Visa and Discover credit and debit card.
Dr. Dawson is a preferred provider with Blue Cross/Blue Shield and Kaiser Permanente. We will bill your insurance if you qualify for coverage as a courtesy service. However, we recommend if you are interested in knowing your benefits prior to your first appointment to call your medical insurance yourself since your contract is between you and your medical insurance company.
Your insurance plan should have a member services phone number located on the back of your medical card where you can request your chiropractic benefit services in your health care plan. Currently, Dawson Chiropractic is only a preferred provider for Blue Cross/Blue Shield and Kaiser Permanente, but that does not mean that your insurance will not cover services at Dawson Chiropractic.
Yes, Dawson Chiropractic does accept Medicare, but we are not a preferred provider with Medicare. As a courtesy we will bill your insurance for you, but you are responsible for paying Dawson Chiropractic in full at the time of service. Medicare will then reimburse you, directly.
Dawson Chiropractic is required by OR State law to bill your auto insurance whether you are or are not at fault. You will need to provide us with your vehicle’s insurance company’s claim number upon your first visit.
Patients should plan 45 to 60 minutes per appointment once they have become established.
The patient is responsible to pay $25 for each appointment missed with less than 24 hours notice, with the exception of emergency situations.