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Insurance FAQ

Insurance Questions Answered
By Dr. Nick Venturino
Chiropractor in Tampa FL 33613

Are You on My Insurance Plan?

Do You Accept My Insurance?

“One of the common question I get is do I accept your insurance?

The answer is, I am a preferred provider with:

  • Blue Cross
  • United
  • Humana
  • and about 40 other insurance companies.

So the odds are that I am!

We typically get a couple of pieces of information from you to verify your benefits so you’ll know exactly what your insurance covers usually before you even make it into the office.

We give you a call and let you know exactly what to expect before you even get here.

How Much Does it Cost?


How Many Visits do I Have with My Insurance?

Does My Insurance Cover Massage?

Well it’s been my experience that most of the insurance companies are now understanding the benefits of massage and most all the policies do nowadays.

We can verify that by getting some information off your insurance card when you call.

Once we confirm that information, we try to give you a call and let you know even before you come in for your first visit.

So you’ll know exactly what to expect when you get here.

Does My Insurance Cover All Your Office Procedures?

Most all insurances cover everything that we do.

Again if we are unsure about anything we call and verify your benefits before you ever get here if at all possible so we know exactly what your insurance is going to cover.

My office policy is that we try to get a hold of you before you even get here to let you know exactly what is or isn’t covered.

But in, in general all the treatments we do are covered by most all the insurance companies I’ve dealt with.

Will You Bill My Insurance?


Do You Know My Co-pay or Deductible?

What if I Don’t Have Health Insurance?

I see a lot of patients who do not have health insurance because my prices are affordable and we have a multitude of payment plans.

A typical office visit is $45.

We do everything we can to make if affordable for everybody and that way having insurance or not having insurance shouldn’t keep you from getting the care you need.

Do You Accept Medicare?


Do You Know My Medicare Co-pay or Deductible?

Do You Accept Medicaid?


Do You Know My Medicaid Co-pay or Deductible?

It’s been my experience that there’s no co-pay or deductible in Medicaid.

Does My Deductible Start Over at the Beginning of the New Year?