We are in-network for acupuncture with:

Due to the fluctuations in the insurance industry, please contact your insurance company to verify what your health benefits and deductible are for acupuncture services before your first visit. We can check your benefits prior to your first visit as a courtesy and confirmation of coverage.


Please note: Insurance information provided by your insurance company is not a guarantee of payment. Not all conditions and services are covered by insurance. If your insurance company does not cover services for your visits, you are responsible for payment.

Frequently Asked Questions: Insurance Coverage for Acupuncture

We do not accept Medicaid/OHP plans.

Acupuncturists are not qualified Medicare providers and therefore we do not accept Medicare.

However, we may be in network with a Medicare Advantage plan if it is from Regence, United Healthcare or Providence. Contact us with your information and we can do a courtesy check for your benefits.

Insurance will only cover what your particular plan allows. Many plans offer coverage for 12 or more visits per calendar year. Insurance will also only pay for certain covered conditions. Most plans, unfortunately, do not offer enough coverage for a full treatment plan.


We recommend calling your insurance plan on the number on the back of your insurance card to ask about your benefits, including your copays and whether you need to meet a deductible.

Your cost per visit depends on your individual plan. You may have a copay or may need to meet a deductible first. Deductible costs varies between insurance companies.

Yes, we do! Be sure to ask your HSA/FSA carrier if acupuncture and massage therapy are covered services and if any referrals are required.

We accept Personal Injury for Auto-Accident Claims

We currently do not accept health insurance plans for massage therapy

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