Insurance & Payment Options

Allowing everyone to experience the benefits of chiropractic care and adjustments is our goal at Apollo Chiropractic.

Flexible Payment Programs

For patients who have little or no chiropractic insurance coverage, no worries as we will work with you to arrange a flexible payment program for affordable chiropractic care. If you have no insurance or if your insurance does not have any chiropractic benefits, there are still ways for you to receive the pain relief and chiropractic care that you need. Many patients choose to pay directly for their visits with the chiropractor, especially as they discover that chiropractic care is actually extremely affordable and cost-effective. For these patients, chiropractic care is often cheaper and more effective than alternative pain treatments such as pain medications or invasive surgery.

Insurance Plans We Accept

Apollo Chiropractic proudly accepts Presbyterian Health Plan, True Health New Mexico, and New Mexico Health Connections.

With the restructuring of New Mexico Health Connections and True Health New Mexico, Apollo Chiropractic is no longer enrolled as a provider for these insurances. Our patients who use these insurance companies may pay the routine cash rate of $60.00 and still receive the full service of chiropractic therapy here at Apollo Chiropractic. We know you will continue to find this a valued service and we hope to satisfy your chiropractic healthcare needs.

Additional Payment Options for Veterans

Our Chiropractor, Dr. Eric Dahl, is a veteran who found pain relief through chiropractic treatments after retiring from the U.S. Air Force. Our office is proud to serve Veterans who have served us. We work with the Veterans Administration to provide chiropractic care for veterans experiencing pain.

Dr. Dahl is a trusted VA Chiropractor who accepts Veterans through the VA Community Care Network. The VA Community Care Network (CCN) is VA’s direct link with community providers to ensure Veterans receive timely, high-quality care in their local community outside of VA.

Veterans may be eligible to receive care from a community provider when VA cannot provide the care needed; authorization for care must first come from the VA. Once fully implemented, CCN will be the preferred national network VA uses to purchase care for Veterans in their community and is available to Veterans based on certain conditions and eligibility requirements with consideration of a Veteran’s specific needs and circumstances.

Proudly caring for veterans