Are you an expert in auto injury cases?
We could use your help with our patients!
At Birmingham Health, we are seeking to work closely with some of the premier auto injury attorneys near our chiropractic clinic in Birmingham, AL. Our marketing and advertising generates cases each month. Many of times, our new patients we help out of pain do not have an attorney and are in need for professional, legal help convenient to them. We are looking for help in various areas nearby our clinic.
Knowledge Experience Results
Not all Accident Injuries are the same and many require more diagnostic testing such as MRI’s to get the proper diagnosis of injuries involved in auto accidents. Our clinic specializes in treatment and management of these cases allowing a successful rate of proving disc herniations and other injuries to the accident. This is due to Dr. Casey’s specialized training and education, not only as a chiropractic physician, but also in his post graduate training in soft tissue injuries. You will find we are easy to work with and produce accurate, detailed documentation to help make your teams’ tasks easier.
For referral services, please call our front desk 205-385-9999
Other Professional Services
- Complimentary Attorney Team Educational Workshop
- Second Opinions
- Utilization Review
- Biomechanical Analysis
- Claims Review
- File Review
- Chiropractic Necessity Determinations
For your insurance carrier to participate, they require that your care be “medically necessary”. That means:
1. Your treatments must relate to your particular health complaint.
2. Your treatments must hold the promise of making functional improvements and
3. You faithfully follow your doctor’s treatment plan.
The number of treatments covered by each health insurance policy varies. It depends upon the severity of your condition. Sometimes, more visits will be needed than what your policy covers. If continued care seems promising to you (but not to your carrier), you will be encouraged to pay for it yourself. We’ll work with you to help make it affordable.
Instead of judging your progress by how you feel, your insurance carrier expects to see improved function. That means a restored ability to turn, bend, walk, sleep, or perform, activities of daily living.
Most insurance policies don’t pay for care designed to maintain your progress or help prevent future problems. This preventative care, similar to brushing and flossing your teeth, may help avoid future problems. That’s why many of our patients wisely choose to pay for such care themselves. It helps them to stay well and avoid a relapse.