We accept most insurance plans at Flutura Healing. Please call your insurance provider to find out what your massage therapy benefits are before coming to your first appointment and subsequent visits there after, as benefits are subject to change throughout the year. It is important that you are aware of your benefits before receiving your massage. If your insurance does not cover massages you will be responsible for payment of your massage.
Massage therapy is utilized for the treatment of a variety of health issues ranging from stress to certain medical conditions. For example, health conditions including insomnia, TMJ, anxiety, and nerve pain can be treated using massage therapy. Medically backed benefits of a massage include decreased stress, improved circulation, and reduced pain. Plus, getting a massage is simply rejuvenating to your body and mind.
Your insurance plan may cover your massage therapy. This depends on the insurance plan and carrier with whom you have your insurance. While some insurance plans cover massage therapy, there are typically restrictions. For example, some plans cover massages under the spectrum of chiropractic care. Other plans might cover only a portion of care, such as the initial 15 minutes of a massage. You should be able to determine if your insurance covers massage therapy by taking a closer look at your health insurance policy. Otherwise, your insurance agent if your coverage includes massage therapy.
Massage therapy can be prescribed by your doctor. If you are suffering from any of the following conditions, consult your physician to see if massage could be a treatment option:
If your physician gives you a prescription for massage therapy as a treatment your insurance plan may cover treatment. Specifically, if you are being covered under workers compensation due to an injury you may be eligible for insurance covered massage. Injuries received in an automobile accident may also qualify you for massage therapy as a treatment prescribed by a physician.