Dr. Tom Katsadas has a bachelor of science (B.S.) degree in biology from the University of Pittsburgh, a bachelor of science (B.S.) degree in anatomy from the Parker College of Chiropractic and a doctor of chiropractc (D.C.) degree from Parker College of Chiropractic. He has been in practice for over 10 years and has worked in various clinic settings ranging from medical rehab in a multidisciplinary setting to a solo chiropractic practice. He established his Arlington, TX clinic in 2005. We are in network with Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Healthcare, Cigna and many other insurance companies. Please call and we can check your insurance benefits. However, we are out of network for A E T N A. health insurance. We accept workers compensation cases and we work with local orthopedic surgeons and neurosurgeons. We do not accept Medicare and Medicaid. We also accept personal injury/auto accident cases. With patients who have P.I.P. (medpay) and letters of protection (L.O.P.) from attorneys. We have even worked with attorneys from places as far away as C.A. and N.Y. We will see patients on weekends by appointment only. Why Us? "No Wait Policy". All of our patients are seen immediately. Friendly and courteous staff. Professional but comfortable atmosphere. Large private treatment rooms. Convenient location. Secondary evaluations/opinions. M.D. and attorney referrals. Most insurance accepted; we do all the paperwork. Dr. Katsadas believes that chiropractic care can enhance everyone's quality of life regardless of age. Auto Injuries According to the Insurance Research Council, nearly 1/3 of all claimants injured in motor vehicle accidents (M.V.A's) seek treatment from doctors of chiropractic. This is an impressive number given that the National Safety Council (N.S.C) has determined there to be more than 12 million M.V.A's annually involving more than 20 million vehicles. The reason individuals like yourself choose chiropractic care for treatment of injuries sustained in M.V.A's is simple - chiropractic care is exceptional in the treatment of soft tissue injuries, especially of the spine. Since the most common injuries associated with M.V.A's are sprains and strains of the spinal muscles and ligaments, it's only natural that chiropractic be the treatment of choice.