ICD-10 for the Chiropractic Office

Chiropractic Symbol - GoldWith so much anticipation of looming ICD-10 transition, I’m getting more and more calls from Healthcare Professionals wondering what they should be doing to prepare. Luckily, there are a lot of resources out there and I am happy to be one of them.

There is an abundance of information for medical practices, but it is more difficult to find resources for the chiropractic office. The following link is a quick PDF file that was created in order to address some commonly used ICD-9 codes and what they will look like as ICD-10 codes:  ICD-10 for the Chiropractic Office

I hope that you find it helpful, and expect more resources to be posted as we get closer to the transition (October 1, 2014).


  1. They evaluate your condition and run a series of physical tests to determine if chiropractic can help or if you are better off seeking a physical therapist.
    For me, it has been a safe, drug-free alternative with huge benefits.
    Chiropractors analyze your spine and locate (and correct) your subluxations.

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