"My practice accepts insurance for patients. In order to best serve you, I can verify your insurance benefits before you arrive.
Please click on the link above and complete the online form.
I will contact you as soon as the benefits are established."
Yes! If you carry a medical payment (med-pay) option on your auto insurance policy, we can bill for your treatment in our clinic. Contact your claims adjuster as to how much is available on your medical payments benefit and how much has been used to date. It is recommended that you keep track of the funds because when they are exhausted you are responsible for outstanding billing to your health providers.
We can bill your insurance company for your massage if it is a covered benefit on your plan. These companies have plans available and offer coverage for 60 minutes of massage therapy 1x per week or month: United Healthcare, Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield of Colorado.
Yes, we do, as long as we have authorization to provide treatment from your workman’s compensation caseworker. If you received a work related injury, you should file a claim with your employer or the company at fault, consult your physician and obtain a prescription for massage therapy (which we require to prove medical necessity). Then let your caseworker know that you need authorization for the prescribed massage.
Most health plans have you pay a co-payment at the time of service. You may have a deductible that must be met before the insurance company would begin paying. And some plans have a co-insurance amount rather than a co-payment. It is a good idea to get all this information from your insurance company so that you know what to expect when we send bills to your insurance.
Because we are a smaller business, we typically ask for your co-insurance amount to be paid up front as a co-payment may be. This is to cover our expenses such as paying the massage therapist while we wait for the insurance company to process our billing and remit payment.
We also have you sign a patient agreement upon your initial visit to our clinic which states that you are responsible for costs incurred by you for services that are denied or unpaid by your insurance company.
These rates reflect charges that have been deemed usual, customary and reasonable by the American Medical Association.
If you prefer, you may pay out of pocket for your massage treatment and seek reimbursement from your insurance company.