I am not an expert on SSI, but isn't it money from the government to help with basic necessities? They will not give you money to go see a chiropractor. Unless you are talking about which case yes, a chiropractor can accept Medicare as long as he/she is a Medicare provider.

Posted By DrDave on September 09, 2007 at 18:47:46:

In Reply to: SSI posted by matthew brockhum on September 05, 2007 at 12:41:28:

Ankle braces go on fast and the athlete does the applying so there is no waiting in line to be taped. Valuable trainer and coach time is saved when taping is eliminated. In an independent sudy of athletes Swede-O ankle braces were chosen as most comfortable.

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