Patient Information

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Our offices accepts most traditional insurance plans. As a courtesy, we are happy to assist you in fully maximizing the use of your insurance benefits. Please call our office to ask for a list of our current insurances accepted.

Intake Forms

Please bring any X-Ray, MRI or CT images related to your injury and a current Insurance card to your appointment.

Payment Options

Payment for office services is expected at the time of each visit if you do not have insurance. An itemization of your charges will be given to you each time you are seen in our office. MasterCard, Visa, and Discover cards are accepted, as well as HSA account cards. If you have insurance coverage we will file your claim for you.

We cannot look to a third party (i.e., auto insurance, liability) for payment of services rendered; therefore, the patient receiving such service is responsible. Any patient who wishes to discuss fees is encouraged to do so with our insurance billing department.

Our insurance department can be reached directly at (402) 399-9301 and will assist you in any way possible. If you have any questions regarding a claim that has been filed, please contact the insurance department.

Health Plans

If your coverage is with one of the HMO’s and PPO’s with which we participate, we will file your insurance claim. Any co-payment amount must be paid at the time you are seen. Please bring any required referral forms with you or you will be responsible for your charges that day. A statement will be sent for any balance due, and your prompt payment will be appreciated.

Even through patients have insurance and benefits are payable, the insurance contract is between the patient and the insurance company; therefore, the prompt payment of our fees remains the personal responsibility of the patient.

If you are unable to pay your account in full on receipt of your statement, we ask that regular monthly payments of at least $50.00 or 10% of the balance commence following receipt of the first statement. Accounts are considered delinquent 60 days following the date of service.

Health reports for insurance companies or to attorneys for litigation purposes, claims, etc., require payment in advance.