The cost of chiropractic care can be just as expensive as visiting a medical doctor. If your insurance doesn't cover chiropractor visits, you'll have to pay for those costs on your own. Expenses associated with chiropractic care can vary depending on the extent of your physical problem. You may want to compare the costs of several different chiropractors, but, in general, costs don't vary greatly. If your insurance covers chiropractic care, you may want to read your policy carefully to see if there are any restrictions. In some cases, your insurance may only cover a certain percentage of the cost or a specific number of visits per year, and the policy may not cover 'extras' such as equipment and nutritional supplements. If your insurance company does cover chiropractic care, it may extend special coverage to treatments for injuries from car accidents. In some states, your employer or your employer's health insurance company will pay for chiropractic costs if you've been injured on the job. If the cause of your injury is associated with legal action, such as a product defect or lawsuit, you may be able to receive monetary reimbursement for your chiropractic care. Because costs can add up quickly, it's best to know what costs you'll be responsible for before you receive care.