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 Does Medicare cover disc decompression?

Answer Chiropractors perform most disc decompression procedures. Private insurance plans may reimburse for some of these services, but not Medicare. Medicare covers only chiropractic adjustments, and does... Read More »
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Does Medicare pay for back decompression and neck traction?

Most spinal decompression and neck traction facilities are run by chiropractors. Medicare does pay for chiropractic adjustments; however, they only pay about $30 for the decompression treatment, ac... Read More »
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Does Medicare cover chemotherapy?

Medicare Part A will cover chemotherapy treatment as long as eligibility requirements are met and the treatment is a medical necessity. Medicare Part A will cover 80 percent of the cost after the y... Read More »
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Does Medicare cover glucerna?

Glucerna is both a vitamin supplement and available over-the-counter, therefore Medicare Part D will not cover it. Medicare Part D law excludes any Part D plan from covering drugs or supplements th... Read More »
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Does Medicare cover braces?

Medicare almost never pays for dental procedures, according to YourDentistryGuide.com. However, you could get Medicare to cover your dental braces if you can prove they are a medical necessity, suc... Read More »
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