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Back out of whack? Save 30% to 50% on X-rays, diagnostic services and treatments at over 3,000 chiropractors nationwide.
What is the chiropractic benefit?
UHS Chiropractic™ provides services at discounted rates from a choice of over 3,000 participating Doctors of Chiropractic.
How much can I expect to save?
Members of UHS will receive a free initial consultation, as well as 50% savings on diagnostic procedures and X-rays performed on-site, and 30% savings on treatments and most other services.
Who needs chiropractic care?
Everyone can benefit from modern, safe, effective, and painless chiropractic care.
How do I receive my discount when I go for treatment? Must I file a claim?
All you need to do to receive your discount is show the provider your membership card and tell them you are with UHS Chiropractic™. To ensure you receive a discount, it is very important that you mention UHS when you make your appointment and at the time of service. Since this is a non-insured plan, there are no claim forms or reimbursement procedure. The discount is always applied at the time of purchase.
Can I receive a discount at any chiropractor's office?
No. You must go to a location that is contracted with UHS Chiropractic™ in order to receive your discount. Members can call our toll-free number located on the back of their card or search for providers above.
How do I nominate my chiropractor for this program?
Recommend a Provider through the mobile app, online member portal or by calling Member Support. Submit the provider’s information, and UHS Chiropractic will contact the provider about joining the network.
Is there a limit on how many times I may use my card?
There is no limit on the number of times you and your family may take advantage of the savings provided by the UHS Chiropractic™ benefit throughout the year.
Is there a consultation fee?
The initial consultation is free!
May I use this card in conjunction with my insurance?
Yes. In fact, after you pay the discounted amount at the point of service, you may then file the claim with your insurance.