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Rethwisch Family Chiropractic PC believes in the value of chiropractic care for you and your family and have maintained a pricing structure that allows care for all budgets. Our office participates "in-network" most insurance programs. We also accept auto accident and workers compensation cases. For patients who have no insurance coverage, flexible self pay programs can be arranged. To learn more about our payment options, you can call our office directly.

Private Health Insurance

Chiropractic care is covered by your regular major medical health insurance. It is the same coverage you have for your regular primary care physician, NOT a separate coverage like dental.  We accept all major plans at our office including BCBS, (Network blue and Blue select-Tier1) UHC, Coventry, Aetna, PHCS, Qual Choice, Cigna, Medica, and UMR just to name a few.  Since there are so many plans and coverage varies widely our staff will verify and explain your benefits to you, at no charge.

HSA, Flexible Spending, and HRA:

Your out of pocket expenses can be paid for using any of the above accounts.  These plans may or may not require an itemized receipt of your services.  We can print these out at your request free of charge.

Personal Injury

If you are injured in a car wreck, your own auto insurance will pay for your medical bills including chiropractic bills at no charge to you under your medical payments (or MED PAY) coverage.  This will not affect your premium rates.  When you are done treating and settle your case with the liable party, their liability insurance will reimburse your car insurance company for the expenses paid on your behalf. 

Workers Compensation

By law, in Nebraska, if you are injured at work your employer's workers compensation plan is required to pay your medical bills at no cost to you.  There are no deductible, co-pays or other expenses you will have to pay.  Chiropractic care is included in Nebraska workers compensation, and you have the right to choose your own physician which includes Chiropractors. 

No Insurance/Self Pay

For patients who have no insurance coverage, we have several affordable self pay options to choose from. If you have no insurance,there is still a way for you to receive the care you need. Many patients pay directly for care, as they discover chiropractic to be extremely cost-effective and affordable.

Medicare & Medicaid

We accept both Medicare and Medicaid.  Medicaid will have either a $0 copay or $1 copay per visit.  Medicare will have a small deductible or copay.  Medicare out of pocket expenses will be covered by your Medicare supplement or Secondary if you have either.

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

7:00 AM

6:00PM

Tuesday:

7:00 AM

6:00PM

Wednesday:

7:00 AM

6:00PM

Thursday:

7:00 AM

6:00PM

Friday:

7:00 AM

12:00PM

Saturday:

8:30AM

10:00AM

Sunday:

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Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I have referred many patients, including my wife and both parents, to Dr. Jeremiah Rethwisch for various conditions including cervical or lumbar radiculopathy (pinched nerves in the neck or low back), lumbago, cervicalgia, SI joint dysfunction, hip pain, and muscle spasms just to name a few. I have found chiropractic care and joint manipulation to be essential components in the conservative management of spine related conditions and other orthopedic conditions."
    Stephen R. Brown, M.D., Orthopedic Surgeon
  • "I am thankful for Dr. Rethwisch’s multimodal treatment approach including mobilizations, manipulations, Active Release Therapy, and utilization of Cold Laser Therapy. He has been a great adjunct in treating my headaches and thoracic hypomobility. We have also successfully used a multidisciplinary approach with common patients. His compassionate and comprehensive care, in addition to his expertise, is highly respected. The staff is friendly, prompt, and always willing to find the perfect appointment time for you."
    Amy L. Millar, PT, Physical Therapist

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