Insurance Information

Align Chiropractic accepts most major insurance companies. Those insurance plans that we currently participate with are listed below and will be updated on a regular basis. Please be aware that co-pays and coverage will vary upon your specific insurance plan. Feel free to ask any questions you may have regarding your chiropractic treatment and insurance.  

***As of 12/1/2021 the office will not be accepting NEW patients with Cigna or MVP insurances.  Established patients with these insurances will still be able to schedule***

Out of Network Insurance Plans

  • Aetna

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield Plans (Including Blue Choice & Blue Cross of Western New York)

  • CDPHP

  • Cigna

  • Excellus BCBS

    • Please note that most Blue Choice Option plans (Medicaid) do NOT cover chiropractic care. We can look this up for you prior to your appointment if you provide us with your information. We can still see Blue Choice Option patients but will be at 'Self Pay' rates.​

  • Independent Health

  • MVP

  • POMCO

  • United Healthcare

    • There are a wide variety of United Healthcare plans ​on the market. Most cover chiropractic services but some do not. We can look this up for you prior to your appointment if you provide us with your information.

    • We do NOT accept AARP Medicare Plans with a United Healthcare logo. This is a separate entity from United Healthcare

  • CorVel

  • HHealthNet

  • HHMSA

  • Optima

  • Premera Blue Cross

  • Prime Health Services

  • Providence

  • Rockport

  • Signature Wellness Plan

  • Universal SmartComp

We are happy to look into your benefits from other insurance plans.  If you have questions regarding your benefits it is always best to call the number listed on the back of your card and inquire about 'chiropractic benefits'.  For those insurances that we do not participate with we will gladly supply you with a Superbill (See Below). 

What is a superbill?

  • ​ A superbill is a form completed by medical practitioners which allows patients to be reimbursed directly from their health insurance companies.

  • Please be aware that a superbill does not guarantee that an insurance provider will pay for the services provided.  Each insurance plan is different.  It is your responsibility to contact your insurance provider and find out exactly what will be covered.

Sending in your superbill for reimbursement

  • To ask your insurance company to reimburse you for services you received, mail (or submit online, depending on the company) your insurance company the following:

    • The superbill you received from your doctor, and 

    • A photocopy of your insurance ID card, front and back.

  • It is advised to keep a copy of all the documents you send in for your records.