Beginning November 1st, 2015, Minnesota families, individuals and small businesses can begin to sign up for Individual Health Insurance Plans for 2016. For about 300,000 Minnesotans the rate increases may come as a real shock with premiums rising anywhere from 14 to 49 percent depending on the plan that you choose. A press release by Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton expresses his concerns and dismay with the very large rate increases paid to insurance companies. Perhaps the best way to keep your individual healthcare costs down is to be Focused on Your Health. AdvaCare Clinics is dedicated to helping patients improve their overall health and wellness. Continue reading “Rising Rates of Minnesota Health Insurance”
Have you been injured recently in a car accident or on the job? Injuries can leave you in a lot of pain and not sure how best to manage your medical care, since there are many different health care providers might be needed. One thing that is often helpful if you find yourself in a situation like this is to partner with a healthcare team that values multiple treatment options that are both highly effective and holistic in nature. AdvaCare Clinics in Bloomington, MN is leading the healthcare industry in wellness solutions for auto injury treatment, Injuries on the Job, Acute Injuries, Chronic Pain and many other health related problems that people commonly encounter. AdvaCare Medical Clinic is an Outpatient Rehabilitation Center in Bloomington that combines medical care, chiropractic care, alternative medical practice and physical therapy to help our clients achieve all of their wellness objectives. Continue reading “Work or Car Accident Help Bloomington MN”
Alternative healthcare has become increasingly popular over the last decade or two. But, historically, because it is sometimes viewed as outside the norm, particularly by insurance companies, it has been difficult for individuals to get comparable coverage, or coverage at all. This may now be changing at least at some level, with the advent of the affordable care act.
Alternative medicine is defined as any of a range of medical therapies that are not regarded as orthodox by the medical profession, including meditation, acupuncture, chiropractic care and homeopathic treatment and other things. But the National Institutes of Health reports that alternative health care is used by about 40% of adults in the US, many reporting very positive results. Continue reading “Rising Popularity of Alternative Healthcare”