Wicked Good recommends that all patients contact their insurance providers prior to their first appointment to confirm coverage.
AETNA – Wicked Good Chiropractic practitioners are in-network providers for Aetna.
Blue Cross/Blue Shield – Wicked Good Chiropractic practitioners are in-network with Blue Cross and Blue Shield
Federal BCBS – Wicked Good Chiropractic practitioners are in-network with Federal Blue Cross and Blue Shield
Boston Medical Center-In Network
Cigna – Wicked Good Chiropractic practitioners are out of network with Cigna. Payment is required for your first visit; we will also bill to Cigna on your behalf. All follow-up visits are simply billed to Cigna.
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care-In Network
Neighborhood Health Care-soon to be Allways Health Partners-In Network
Unicare (GIC) – Wicked Good Chiropractic practitioners are providers for Unicare.
United Healthcare – Wicked Good Chiropractic practitioners are out-of-network with United. Payment is required for your first visit; we will also bill to United on your behalf. All follow-up visits are simply billed to United.
We accept Medicare for chiropractic
If Wicked Good is billing your insurance provider, please be aware if you have a deductible or other out-of-pocket amounts. Though we do not ask for payment up front at the time of the service, you may be billed for amounts that your insurance does not pay.
Wicked Good does NOT bill to Tufts through Masshealth or Tufts through the HealthCare Connector, or Celtic Care.
Insurance coverage for other services
Acupuncture benefits are covered in Network with BCBS of Massachusetts and BCBS Federal, and also available with some insurance plans; call your insurance if you think this may be the case. Otherwise, acupuncture is not a covered service.
Other services such as Weight Loss through ChiroThin or Nutrition appointments, LipoLight, Massage, Sauna or Graston Therapy are not covered. Nutritional and herbal products are generally not covered under pharmacy benefits, though certain Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) or Health Savings Accounts (HSA) may allow supplement purchases from a doctor’s office. Please check with your FSA or HSA account for their specific terms.
FIT testing and labs are not covered by insurance.