As a courtesy to our patients, we will bill insurance directly if your policy includes acupuncture benefits that would cover your diagnosis, however we are limited by the list of conditions that they will cover. We are contracted with the following insurance providers.
- Blue Cross/ Blue Shield
- First Choice
- Pacific Source
- United Healthcare
Your insurance company will provide you with the best information about your benefits. Use this questionnaire form to be fully informed about your acupuncture insurance coverage: Checking Your Coverage Sheet
All Motor Vehicle Claims - Acupuncture and Massage are including in all Personal Injury Policies (PIP) for automotive injury claims in the State of Oregon up to $15,000
Make sure to include your insurance information on your intake form.
We do not manage or monitor your insurance benefits for acupuncture - the contract is between you and your insurance provider so please make sure you understand the policy you chose by asking the company directly.
Make sure to bring in your insurance card along with valid ID at your first appointment.
When we are out of network with your insurance, we will provide “Superbills” which are itemized receipts with the Diagnosis and Procedure code allowing you to get maximum reimbursement from your insurance provider.
Individual herbs, herbal formulas and supplements are sold separately as they are not a covered by prescription benefits.
Federal Savings and Health Savings Accounts
If you are enrolled in a high-deductible health plan, you may use your health savings account to pay for treatment. By using your HSA checks or debit card, you may pay for acupuncture, naturopathic and massage treatment with pre-tax dollars while working toward your deductible.
Our services are also considered qualified medical care for Flexible Spending Accounts. You are welcome to use FSA checks or credit cards for acupuncture treatments.
The IRS recognizes our services as a qualified medical expense, which you may find beneficial when preparing your income tax return. Speak with your tax advisor for more information.
Payment options also include Cash, Check, Visa or MasterCard.