Does Medicare pay for chiropractic services?

Does Medicare pay for chiropractic services?

Chiropractic Services with Original Medicare

Medicare does not cover chiropractic services with one exception. Medicare Part B will pay for the correction of subluxation, a condition in which one or more of the bones in your spine are no longer aligned in the correct position. A chiropractor or other qualified provider must perform the subluxation correction and the correction must be considered medically necessary to be covered under Medicare Part B. 

Chiropractic Services with Medicare Advantage 

Medicare Advantage plans also offer additional benefits to Medicare coverage already provided. These additional benefits could include chiropractic services. Contact your Medicare Advantage plan about coverage for Chiropractic services.

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Does Medicare pay for chiropractic services?