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Chiropractor: Health Care Resources

Chiropractor Schedule - Supplementary Health
Description of chiropractor services covered by the Ministry of Health through the Supplementary Health Program, Family Health Program and Seniors' Income Plan.

Individuals with low incomes receiving Supplementary Health Plan, Family Health Plan, and Seniors' Income Plan benefits are eligible for a maximum of 12 chiropractic treatments a year. 

Chiropractor Information Bulletin - May 2010
Information about the changes to the payment schedule effective April 1, 2010.

eHealth Tools 

Chiropractors can use the Person Health Registration System and the Provider Coverage Viewer to confirm a patient’s identity and eligibility for health care benefits and programs in Saskatchewan. 

You must be an authorized user to access these electronic tools. 

To request an application to use the Person Health Registration System and/or the Provider Coverage Viewer, contact: 

eHealth Saskatchewan Service Desk

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