Currently, few health insurance companies will cover massage therapy services even with a doctor’s referral. We recommend that all of our clients check with their provider and their referring doctor’s office. At the time of service, you will need to pay us for the therapies provided. We will happily give you a receipt to forward to your provider for possible reimbursement. In New Jersey, clients with a doctor referral for massage therapy, do not need to pay NJ sales tax of 6.625%. Please see our Office Policies page for more information about getting a prescription from your doctor.
Some health insurance company’s flex spending accounts and health savings accounts will cover massage therapy services. Many of our clients use their FSA/HSAs towards their bodywork, often planning for the coming year for how much they want to put towards regular massage that is part of their personal health and wellness program.
We recommend that all of our clients check with their providers. You will need to pay us for the services provided. We will happily give you a detailed dated receipt for you to forward to your provider for possible reimbursement. Massage therapists do not diagnose and we cannot provide you with a diagnosis code.