OVERVIEW

We accept many insurance companies including:

  • 1199
  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Careconnect
  • Cigna
  • Empire Plan (NYSHIP)
  • GHI
  • Health Republic
  • HIP
  • MagnaCare
  • MediBlue
  • Medicare
  • Medicare Supplement Plans (AARP)
  • No-Fault
  • Oxford
  • United Health Care
  • Worker's Compensation

The coverage for acupuncture varies among plans. See below for details and feel free to email us if you have questions. 

 

IS YOUR insurance not listed?

If your health insurance company is not listed please contact us for more information. Don't worry, we will offer you a discounted rate if your health insurance plan does not cover acupuncture treatment. 


1199

1199 mostly has plans that cover acupuncture treatment at 100% with 25 visits per calendar year. The patient may be responsible for a co-pay for their initial visit. Please call either of our offices with your insurance information to find out benefit coverage.

 

Aetna

Aetna has plans that do and do not cover acupuncture treatment. Many of the Aetna plans may cover Acupuncture in lieu of anesthesia. This means that Acupuncture is a covered benefit in replacement of anesthesia for surgery. 

Other Aetna plans will cover with either a co-pay or co-insurance. Please call either of our offices with your insurance information to find out benefit coverage.

 

Blue Cross Blue Shield

Blue Cross Blue Shield has many plans that cover acupuncture with either a co-pay or coinsurance. Some plans may be limited to a number of visits per calendar year. Please call either of our offices with your insurance information to find out benefit coverage.

 

Careconnect

Careconnect has plans that do and do not cover acupuncture treatment. The patient may be responsible for a co-pay or coinsurance. Many of the plans require authorization for treatment. Please call either of our offices with your insurance information to find out benefit coverage.

 

Cigna

Cigna has plans that do and do not cover acupuncture treatment. The patient may be responsible for a co-pay or coinsurance. Please call either of our offices with your insurance information to find out benefit coverage.

 

The Empire Plan – (New York State Health Insurance Plan “NYSHIP”)

The Empire Plan covers acupuncture treatment at 100% after a $20 co-pay. There are no visit limits for this plan. 

The ID number of the card must begin with “890”.

 

GHI

GHI does not cover acupuncture treatment but the insurance companies will cover the initial consultation with a specialist co-pay. Please call either of our offices with your insurance information to find out benefit coverage.

 

Health Republic

Health Republic has plans that do and do not cover acupuncture treatment. The patient may be responsible for a co-pay or coinsurance. Please call either of our offices with your insurance information to find out benefit coverage.

 

HIP

HIP does not cover acupuncture treatment but the insurance companies will cover the initial consultation with a specialist co-pay. Please call either of our offices with your insurance information to find out benefit coverage.

 

MagnaCare

Magnacare has plans that do and do not cover acupuncture treatment. You can call your Insurance Company to find out whether your plan has this benefit. The patient may be responsible for a co-pay or coinsurance. Please call either of our offices with your insurance information to find out benefit coverage.

 

MediBlue

MediBlue does not cover acupuncture treatment but the insurance companies will cover the initial consultation with a specialist co-pay.

 

Medicare

Medicare does not cover acupuncture treatment but the insurance companies will cover the initial consultation.

 

Medicare Supplement Plans (AARP)

All Medicare supplement plans follow Medicare guidelines. Therefore, these plans do not cover acupuncture treatment.

 

No-Fault

No-Fault is accepted at all of our locations. Please call either of our offices with your No-Fault information for more details.

 

Oxford

Oxford does not cover acupuncture treatment but the insurance companies will cover the initial consultation with a specialist co-pay. Please call either of our offices with your insurance information to find out benefit coverage.

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United Health Care

United Health Care has plans that do and do not cover acupuncture treatment. United Health Care has many different plans for acupuncture treatment. The patient may be responsible for a co-pay or coinsurance. Also, number of visits per calendar year varies with each plan. Please call either of our offices with your insurance information to find out benefit coverage.

 

Workers Compensation

Workers Compensation is accepted at all of our locations. Please call either of our offices with your Workers Compensation information for more details.

 

If your insurance is not listed, please call either of our locations with your insurance information for more details.