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Great West Healthcare

With so many insurance providers to choose from in the State of Washington, we’re used to working with patients from many different plans, each with its own set of rules and guidelines. That’s why at Zenaptric Chiropractic, Disc Centers of America we’re committed to cooperating with our patients and their insurers to determine the best … Read More

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First Health Network

We understand how difficult it is dealing with health care providers such as First Health Network. That’s because every day at Zenaptic Chiropractic, Disc Centers of America we deal with patients on a variety of health plans who struggle to understand what is and is not covered by their particular policy. We’re happy to work … Read More

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Beech Street Network

Many of our patients at Zenaptic Chiropractic, Disc Centers of America are covered by Beech Street Network healthcare plans. Naturally, they have many questions regarding their chiropractic plans, and as such, we have a lot of experience helping patients navigate their policies and making sure they have the best possible coverage.       The … Read More

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ML830 Cold Laser Treatment

Are you tired of living with chronic pain?  Many individuals who live with chronic pain depend on dangerous prescription and over-the-counter painkillers. However, there is a solution where pain sufferers can find relief naturally and heal faster than traditional methods by using cold laser therapy.         What Is Cold Laser Therapy? It’s … Read More

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Medicare Chiropractor – Vancouver Wa

Medicare patients are accepted at Zenaptic Chiropractic in Vancouver, Washington. Our doctor is in network with Medicare. Schedule an appointment today or call us, so that we can help restore your health! Medicare Chiropractic FAQ Is your doctor in network with Medicare? Yes, he is! Do I need to get a referral from my primary … Read More

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