How to get your care started:
The steps that a veteran needs to take to get approved for community care chiropractic will depend on the specific community care program that the veteran is enrolled in and the policies of the chiropractor or chiropractic clinic. In general, however, the following steps may be involved:
Determine if you are eligible for community care chiropractic. To be eligible for community care chiropractic, you must be enrolled in a VA health care program and meet the eligibility requirements of the specific community care program that you are using.
Choose a chiropractor or chiropractic clinic. You will need to find a chiropractor or chiropractic clinic that participates in the community care program that you are enrolled in. You may be able to search for participating providers on the VA's website or by contacting the VA directly.
Obtain a referral for chiropractic care. In most cases, you will need to obtain a referral from your primary care provider before you can see a chiropractor for community care. Your primary care provider will assess your needs and determine if chiropractic care is appropriate for you.
Contact the chiropractor or chiropractic clinic to schedule an appointment. Once you have obtained a referral, you will need to contact the chiropractor or chiropractic clinic to schedule an appointment. You may need to provide your referral and other information, such as your insurance information, at this time.
We Provide Community Care For Veterans
As a veteran, you may be looking for ways to manage chronic pain, injuries, or other health conditions. One form of treatment that you may want to consider is chiropractic care.
There are many potential benefits of chiropractic care for veterans. For example, chiropractic treatment can help to alleviate chronic pain, such as low back pain and neck pain, which are common problems among veterans. Chiropractic care can also help to improve mobility, balance, and coordination, which can be particularly beneficial for veterans who have experienced musculoskeletal injuries.
In addition to these physical benefits, chiropractic care can also have a positive impact on your mental health. Research has shown that chiropractic treatment can help to reduce stress, anxiety, and depression, which are common issues among veterans.
If you are considering chiropractic care, it is important to find a chiropractor who is experienced in working with veterans and who understands the unique health needs of this population. Dr. Chett is a community care provider. That means when approved by the VA, Chiropractic, Acupuncture, and Massage therapy is covered 100%.
Overall, chiropractic care can be an effective form of treatment for many veterans, offering relief from chronic pain, improved mobility, and better mental health. If you are a veteran and are interested in exploring chiropractic care, don't hesitate to talk to us and learn more about this safe and effective form of treatment.