MSP, ICBC, WorkSafeBC, RCMP / DVA

One of the main reasons why people do not seek chiropractic care is cost. There are several programs available that cover partial or all treatment expenses for the patient. If you are eligible for any of these programs, your chiropractor can assist you with obtaining coverage and will answer any questions you may have.


BC Medical Service Plans (MSP)



If you are currently enrolled in the BC MSP Premium Assistance Program, MSP contributes $23 per visit for a combined annual limit of 10 visits each calendar year for the following services: acupuncture, chiropractic, massage therapy, naturopathy, physical therapy and non-surgical podiatry.


WorkSafeBC



Workers who are injured on the job and who qualify for workers compensation benefits are covered for eight weeks of chiropractic treatment at no cost. Chiropractic treatment may not coincide with other medical treatments (eg. physiotherapy) without prior approval from WorkSafeBC. If you have been hurt on the job, contact your family chiropractor immediately to begin recovery. Please bring your WorkSafe Claim #, as well as your Social Insurance # ready for your first WorkSafe visit.

ICBC



ICBC provides 100% coverage to motorists who are injured as a result of a collision. No referral required and there are no out of pocket expenses for Chiropractic treatments. Simply provide your claim number to your chiropractor who will confirm that you have been approved. Treatment costs are covered for the entire length of recovery. Contact your chiropractor as soon as possible if you have been involved in a crash. They will complete all of the required injury reports. Get more information on ICBC’s program here.

Patients may also be eligible for up to 12 massage under their ICBC claim, but ICBC only covers $23/visit for Registered Massage Therapy. User fees will vary depending on length of visit.

RCMP / DVA


Patients can receive full or partial coverage. Please contact our office for details.