We accept a range of insurance carriers and offer flexible payment options to provide the care you need.
Our experienced insurance consultants will work with your health insurance company to determine your benefits, coverage, and out-of-pocket costs. During your consultation, we will discuss your insurance coverage, out-of-pocket costs, and reimbursement. We look forward to assisting you with the insurance process as you take this important next step to feel well again.
We offer our patients the Advance Care Card, the quickest and easiest way to pay for treatment costs not covered by your insurance.
Get the Help You Need with the affordable Advance Care Card:
-Wide Range of Credit Accepted
-Credit Decision Made Instantly
-No Annual Fee
-Interest-Free Up To 14 Months
-Secure Online Application Process
-No Fees, No Hassles
Neurocare Clinics are in-network with most large national and local health insurance plans. Contact a specific Neurocare clinic location for more details.”
Adults who receive the healthcare they need enjoy healthier and more productive lives as they grow older.
Neurocare accepts traditional Medicare and Medicare Advantage coverage to help our patients regain and maintain a better quality of life utilizing personalized, safe, and proven therapies.
We are thankful for the men and women who serve our country and help protect our rights and freedoms.
Neurocare accepts TRICARE insurance coverage for active duty, national guard/reserve, or retired military veterans and their families. To show our gratitude, we provide the world’s most advanced treatment techniques to improve their lives
During your consultation, we will discuss your insurance coverage, costs, payments and reimbursement. Our experienced patient consultants will work with your insurance company to determine your benefits coverage.
We accept the following forms of payment:
We will work with other insurance carriers regarding out-of-network benefits.
If your carrier doesn’t cover the cost of therapy, it may be recoverable from various other sources including, but not limited to, Health Savings Accounts, Flexible Spending Accounts, and Patient Financing Loans.