Military Care Program
Stucky Chiropractic Center launched its Military Care Program in July of 2007 in an effort to honor the men and women of our armed forces who so diligently work to serve our country. Our soldiers face increased physical demands and risks of injury in their everyday duties. Military personnel are groomed to ‘tough it out’ mentally and will push through trauma and injury; Often living with, or medically treating their chronic pain.
We seek to be the link in their health and wellness care so that they can reduce incidence of chronic pain and stress. Ultimately with chiropractic and wellness services, we seek to provide a reduction in their stress and serve as an alternative to medications. Surveys indicate military personnel take advantage of chiropractic services up to 7x more often than civilians. (1)
The Stucky Military Care program is available to all qualified active duty and military veterans who meet the criteria below.
You are qualified to receive a care discount with Stucky Chiropractic Center if any of the following statements are true for you…
1. You are on current active duty with the military DISCOUNT: 50% discount on services*
2. You are a veteran of the Middle East conflict, have completed a tour of duty within the past 12 months and are not currently under chiropractic care at this or any other clinic.
(Form DD214 required for verification). DISCOUNT: Eligible for 6 months of complimentary chiropractic care*
3. You are a veteran who is not currently under chiropractic care at this or any other clinic, and you have no insurance coverage for chiropractic care.
(Form DD214 required for verification). DISCOUNT: 50% off services for 3 months*
*Some restrictions apply. Services do not include massage. Discounts do not include products or supplements.Schedule An Appointment
(1) Goertz C, Marriott BP, Finch MD, Bray RM, Williams TV, Hourani LL, Hadden LS, Colleran HL, Jonas WB. Military report more complementary and alternative medicine use than civilians. J Altern Complement Med. 2013 Jun;19(6):509-17. doi: 10. 1089/acm.2012.0108. Epub 2013 Jan 16.