COVID-19 National Resource Centre
As the national association representing Canada’s chiropractic profession, ensuring the safety of patients, staff and yourself in this shifting environment remains a top priority.READ MORE
Non-invasive and Precise
The main form of treatment chiropractors deliver is called an adjustment — a non-invasive procedure consisting of a precise directed movement to help relieve pain and discomfort, and restore range of motion.
When to See a Chiropractor
Some of the common conditions people see a chiropractor for include: conditions of the spine and extremities, back pain, neck pain, headaches and migraines.
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The Government of Alberta provides premium-free Alberta Blue Cross coverage to seniors for health-related services not covered under the Alberta health care insurance plan.
Workplace Injury (WCB)
If you are hurt at work, you can go straight to an authorized chiropractic for treatment. The Workers' Compensation Board does not require you to see a medical doctor first.
Chiropractors are recognized under the HPB for outpatient services. Services can be accessed only when prescribed by the attending physician, nurse practitioner or physiotherapist.
Extended health care insurance/benefits provided through employers or individual coverage like Alberta Blue Cross usually covers most, if not all costs, for chiropractic treatments.
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Chiropractic treatment for minor injuries is billed directly to your insurance company. You do not have to submit receipts for reimbursement, but tell your chiropractor that you were injured in an MVA.