Dr. Danielle Hoeffner and Optilife Chiropractic are proud to be a VA Approved Chiropractic Office!

Optilife Chiropractic is a eligible provider through the VA’s Community Cares Program.

Optilife has three chiropractors on staff who are able to address any of your musculoskeletal and other health issues. Dr. Danielle Hoeffner specializes in accident, sports and general family chiropractic care; Dr. Alan Molina specializes in physical therapy and general family chiropractic; and Dr. Lauren Meyers specializes in pre & post-natal, pediatric care, as well as general family chiropractic.

Our staff will work directly with the VA to get your chiropractic benefits approved, and will help to get additional visits covered as needed for your care.

Call to schedule an appointment today:  813 926-9500

How to qualify?

Visit you local VA for one chiropractic visit and let them know you want to transfer care to Optilife Chiropractic.  Feel free to call us at 813 926-9500 for more information.

See Veteran Community Care- Appointments and Getting Care Fact Sheet (va.gov) for more information.


Community Care Overview

Female soldier smiling while holding her daughterVA provides care to Veterans through community providers when VA cannot provide the care needed. Community care is based on specific eligibility requirements, availability of VA care, and the needs and circumstances of individual Veterans.

Being a VA (Department of Veterans Affairs) approved chiropractic office means that the chiropractic services provided by that office are recognized and accepted by the Department of Veterans Affairs. This approval allows veterans who are eligible for VA healthcare benefits to receive chiropractic care at that particular office.

What does it mean to be a VA Approved Chiropractic Office?

In the context of healthcare for veterans, the VA has established a network of approved providers, including chiropractors, to ensure that eligible veterans have access to a range of medical services. Veterans may seek chiropractic care for various musculoskeletal issues, and having VA approval means that the chiropractic office has met certain standards and requirements set by the VA.  It also means we will work with the Veterans Administration to get the proper visit authorizations as needed for each patient.

What does it take to become a VA Approved Chiropractic Office?

For a chiropractic office to be VA-approved typically involves the chiropractor and the office Marine veteran at home with family poses for portrait.meeting specific qualifications and standards, such as appropriate licensure, adherence to VA policies, and the ability to provide quality chiropractic care. Veterans seeking chiropractic services through the VA can then choose from these approved providers.

If you are a veteran interested in chiropractic care in the greater Tampa area, we welcome you to Optilife Chiropractic.  We have digital x-ray and advanced diagnostic equipment on-site and can treat many of your health care needs.