No where in the materials I received for my plan does it state that in order to see a chiropractor, prior authorization is required. My plan allows for 12 visits per plan year. So why doesn't Humana want me to use my visits? If I am in terrible pain, I need to wait for prior authorization for a chiropractor? How can a chiropractor get prior authorization if they have never seen me anyway? This makes no sense. Chiropractic care is much less of a cost to Humana, yet they put up these roadblocks to the chiro and the patient.

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