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X-rays, Imaging, and Lab Work

Get the tests you need.

How do you know you need x-rays, imaging, or lab work?

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You have not had x-rays and are wanting chiropractic care.

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Stress is a, “normal” part of your life.

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You have a chronic health condition.

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You’re ready to have answers and a plan to treat your health.

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X-rays, Imaging, and Lab Work

What kinds of diagnostic testing may your doctor recommend?

Your doctor may recommend diagnostic testing to help determine what treatment is right for you. Every patient is different. Your doctor may order none, one, or a combination of the following *tests:

  • X-rays (on-site)
  • MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)
  • CT Scan (Computed Tomography Scan)
  • Ultrasound
  • Thermography
  • Wellness Panel
  • CBC/Diff (Complete Blood Count)
  • Pregnancy
  • Hormone Testing
  • Iron, Total & IBC
  • Lipid Panel
  • Vitamin D
  • Hemoglobin A1C
  • Food Allergy Test: IgG or IgA
  • Environmental Allergies
  • Chemical Exposure Hair Analysis

*This is not a complete list of diagnostic tests. Your doctor may recommend a test not listed above.

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What’s my investment?

Your out-of-pocket cost will vary based on your health insurance benefits.

You can review the average cost of healthcare treatments and procedures in your area by visiting fairhleathconsumer.org. Upon enrollment at Loehr Chiropractic & Acupuncture, our financial office team will run your insurance benefits. Your benefits will be reviewed with you at your first appointment. We will ask for your consent prior to any treatment given and prior to you incurring any fees.

Are x-rays, MRIs, and CTs covered by insurance?

Most insurance plans cover x-rays and diagnostic imaging (ex. MRIs) that are medically necessary. However, specific benefits on individual insurance plans may vary.

Is functional  medicine lab work covered by insurance?

Functional medicine is not covered by insurance.

A health savings account (HSA) may be used to pay for lab fees if they are part of medical care according to the Internal Revenue Services (IRS). A patient may also submit a claim to their insurance company for potential partial or full reimbursement of lab work.

We accept Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) and Flexible Savings Accounts (FSAs) to pre-pay for these services. We will provide you with all of the required receipts to submit these services. Please note that most HSAs and FSAs will allow you to pre-pay for these services. However, it is the account holder’s responsibility to determine the limitations with their contact person who holds these specific guidelines.

For many other services at our office, we are in-network with many insurance companies. We will run your insurance benefits prior to your first appointment, so that you know what is covered before receiving treatment.

Have a financial question? Schedule a call with a billing support team member.

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Are x-rays or other tests necessary?

Diagnostic Testing

To see is to know. To know is to guess. And we won’t guess about your health. Your doctor will only order the diagnostic tests (ex. x-rays) that are medically necessary to diagnose and treat you.

X-rays

Your doctor may request x-rays prior to your treatment. Your doctor will only order x-rays if it is necessary to diagnose and treat you. We have digital x-rays on-site, so you do not have to make a separate appointment to have these taken.

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Understand your diagnostic tests.

X-rays, Imaging, and Lab Work FAQs

How will the diagnostic test be completed?

We have a wide range of diagnostic testing available and how or where the testing is completed varies based on the test.

For diagnostic testing not offered on site, our Director of Patient Wellness will provide you with the information to schedule your test.

How will I know when the results are in?

We will call you when we receive the test results and get you scheduled to go over the results with your doctor.

Have another diagnostic testing question? We’re happy to help.

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