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Laser Spine Surgery Costs 2020

Along with the procedure itself, one of the biggest concerns regarding spine surgery that many patients have is cost. At USA Spine Care, our mission is helping people find the lasting relief they deserve from neck or back pain — and we understand that having answers to your cost-related questions can give you peace of mind as you consider coming to us for your care.Since every person, procedure and insurance plan is different, we will match you with one of our Patient Empowerment Consultants who can discuss your potential costs and help you find out if you are a potential candidate for minimally invasive spine surgery at USA Spine Care.

Frequently Asked Questions about Laser Spine Surgery Costs

Your Patient Empowerment Consultant can help provide answers to these and other questions you may have regarding USA Spine Care surgery cost:

Will my insurance plan pay for all or part of my neck or back surgery?

USA Spine Care works with most major insurance providers and we are always trying to negotiate the best possible reimbursements for our procedures to reduce out-of-pocket costs for patients. The specific amount covered depends on many factors, including your provider, the way your plan is structured and the procedure you undergo.

What is my out-of-pocket cost for surgery with USA Spine Care?

Typical out-of-pocket costs due at the time of surgery often range from $1,000 to $15,000, but it can be more or less depending on your individual coverage. Like any other medical facility, a patient may receive a statement for additional responsibility if deemed necessary by their insurance company.

Can I finance all or part of my back surgery with USA Spine Care?

We do offer financing options for patients undergoing spine surgery. Your Patient Empowerment Consultant can give you more information about how to enroll.

How to Find out What USA Spine Care Costs

Before discussing cost, patients need to find out whether they may be a potential candidate for minimally invasive spine surgery at USA Spine Care. To help you with this, we are happy to offer a free review of your MRI or CT scan* so you can find out. Reach out today to learn more.

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Coverage for Laser Spine Surgery by Medicare

If you've been to a specialist that advises laser spine surgery as medically necessary then you may be eligible for medicare coverage. The actual laser spine surgery will be covered by Medicare Part A, also sometimes called the facility fee. Part A also covers supplies, rooms, meals and other hospital services.

Diagnostic services such as MRIs, X-RAYs and CTScans which are deemed medically necessary prior to surgery may be covered by Medicare Part B. Post-operative care, PT, and exams after laser spine surgery will also be covered by Part B. You may be responsible for coinsurance, copayments, and deductibles, depending on your Medicare coverage.

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