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Welcome to Rocky Mountain Chiropractic and Sports Injury

Voted Windsor's Top Chiropractor 7 Times!

Call us at (970) 674-0147 today.

Anthem Bluecross/Blue Shield: IN-NETWORK:

Our office is the only Chiropractic Clinic in Windsor who is In-Network with every major health insurance, INCLUDING BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD.  Although there are downsides to the contract BCBS offers to Chiropractic Providers, we do not foresee any change in our network status anytime in the near future.  

Does your company commonly change insurance carriers?  No problem, we are also In-Network with Cigna, Aetna, United, UMR, MVP, Coventry, First Health, Humana, Meritain, Cofinity, AARP, Banner, University of Colorado Health and we are a Participating Provider with Medicare.  It is likely that your insurance uses one of these networks.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with your Windsor chiropractor, call (970) 674-0147 today!

Welcome to Rocky Mountain Chiropractic and Sports Injury, providing superior healthcare to Northern Colorado for over 8 Years and home to Windsor’s Best Chiropractor and Windsor’s Best Massage Therapists. Whether you are dealing with headaches, neck pain, shoulder pain, a knee injury or lower back pain, our trusted clinicians and therapists aim to provide the most comprehensive treatments available.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with one of Colorado’s most awarded Chiropractors, please call (970) 674-0147.

Dr. Brent G. Hextell, DC, CSCS is a Doctor of Chiropractic proudly serving Northern Colorado. As an office team, we are committed to providing chiropractic solutions to address your unique needs. Whether you are experiencing back pain, neck pain, headaches or even muscular tightness and tension, you are at the right place. You may be searching for help following a car accident, a sports injury, a work injury or simply a problem area as a result of wear and tear from simply working your body hard for years. Maybe you aren’t seeking symptom relief and you are new to the area and need to continue your maintenance care, wellness care, sports performance or lifestyle care. We are here to help you meet your goals!

At your first visit, our doctor will review your case history and perform a comprehensive examination before making any recommendations. Some cases require new x-rays and some do not. This is determined based on your individual case. Our office follows state and federal guidelines, which means we do not cut corners or skip steps. Exams and documentation is done by those guidelines and you cannot just “pop in” your first visit to our office. Your safety is our number one concern and we will make sure you are given a proper diagnosis and treatment plan to fit your needs.

Our office is “In-Network” with all of the major insurance companies. This includes, but is not limited to: Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield and all other Blue Cross Blue Shield plans, United Healthcare, Cigna, Aetna, Kaiser, UMR, MVP, Medicare, Banner, Humana, ASH and several other companies. We are a “participating provider” with Medicare. Please be aware that “accept” does not mean “In-Network.” Many offices “accept” Aetna or Blue Cross, but your benefits do not apply in those offices. You will find Dr. Brent Hextell listed as a preferred provider on your insurance website.

Dr. Brent Hextell
Windsor Chiropractor | Rocky Mountain Chiropractic and Sports Injury | (970) 674-0147

1230 West Ash St. Suite #1
Windsor, CO 80550

Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

2:00 pm-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Thursday:

Closed

Friday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Two Weeks per month

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Reviews From our Satisfied Patients

  • "I am very impressed with Dr. Hextell. He took the time to explain things, treatment, ect."
    Barb S.
  • "Dr. Hextell is very thorough and did treatments never done to me before."
    Richard S.
  • "Love Dr. Hextell. Great staff and office!"
    Kent S.

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