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Old 01-09-2015, 06:41 PM
Throttlejockey Throttlejockey is offline
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Default UnitedHealth - Two-Level Cervical now Covered! - Blue Cross hmmm..not so fast.

Dear All,

Looks like United Health has just opened the flood gates for two-level cervical artificial discs. If you are covered by ACA and have procrastinated now is the time to switch!

Link Below:


On the other hand, Blue Cross doubles down on their pathetic position as of 9/15/14. Blue Cross, are you listening?
- Wife has been diagnosed with Severe Spinal Stenosis Right and Left Sides, Degenerative Disk Disease at C5/6 and C6/7, Large Osteophyte Complexes at a both levels, with C6/7 on R/H Side, and C5/6 both R/H and L/H Sides. Also Reverse Lordosis.
- Performed 2-Level ADR with M6-C by Dr. Clavel, Barcelona Spine Center on 10/15/14.
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