The Back Alley Chiropractic & Massage is a participating Medicare provider. We contract with all major insurance carriers in our region, as well as many of their subsidiaries. Our office accepts 1st and 3rd party auto accident, personal injury, worker’s compensation, and attorney liens.
Don’t have chiropractic coverage? No problem! We offer affordable self-pay rates. Many of our patients choose to pay out of pocket due to little or no coverage.
If you have any questions about your coverage, contact our office at (520) 877-2666. Be sure to have your insurance card handy so we may collect the proper information to answer all your questions.
Methods of payment we accept
- HSA & FSA eligible
Insurance we accept
We routinely contract with new networks, if you do not see your insurance carrier on this list please call our office at (520) 877-2666 to speak with a member of our staff directly.
If you are insured privately or through a union, your benefits may differ from the usual carriers listed below.
- BCBS of Arizona
- BCBS FEP
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Cigna Medicare Advantage
- Humana Choice PPO
- Humana Gold Plus
- Medicare Part B
- Railroad Medicare Part B
- UnitedHealthcare Community Plan
- UnitedHealthcare Dual Complete
- UnitedHealthcare Medicare Solutions
- AARP Medicare Complete by UnitedHealthcare
- Golden Rule
- Banner Aetna
- Aetna Medicare
- AZ Complete Health
- Banner University Family Care
- Chiropractic benefits are available up to 20 years of age
Medicare supplement plans do not require network contracting, claims can be routed directly after Medicare has processed your initial claim. Supplement plans do not approve Medicare Non-Covered services.
Auto accident and personal injury
We accept auto accident and personal injury patients on a lien basis. If a 3rd party is responsible for your injuries, a lien will be filed against all responsible parties and recorded in Pima County. If you carry medical payment (MEDPAY) benefits on your auto insurance policy, your carrier will be billed up to the available limits. Click here to learn more about MEDPAY. Should you retain an attorney at any time during your care, our office will forward your lien to your attorney right away.
We accept all worker’s compensation patients. If you have completed a report of injury with your employer, retain a copy for your records, we will require this at your first visit. Some worker’s compensation insurance carriers require authorization or referral for chiropractic treatment. Please be aware that very specific paperwork may be necessary to insure your treatment is covered under your employer’s plan.