We No Longer Bill Insurance Company
Although we no longer bill insurance companies directly, some of the major insurance carriers in the state will reimburse you for massage therapy treatment.
In most cases, to receive reimbursement, you must be pre-approved. Call your insurance agent, or talk to the benefits representative at your office to find out if massage therapy is a covered benefit. In some cases, you can call the insurance carrier directly. We’ve provided phone numbers and website links below.
If you have a Medicare Part B plan, you may also be covered. We have the names of each company’s Medicare Part B plan listed below the company name.
In most cases, coverage includes deep tissue massage and acupressure for pain in the following areas: neck, back, legs, shoulder, wrists, hands, arms, ankles, and feet.
Landmark Healthcare – a Division of Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Colorado
www.landmarkhealthcare.com, Authorization. 800-832-7850
www.aetna.com (look under claims and coverage), 800-872-3862
(Aetna Medicare Select Plan)
www.kaiserpermanente.org, (look under member assistance)
(Senior Advantage Core, Senior Advantage Gold, Senior Advantage Silver)
Kaiser makes it very difficult to find phone numbers unless you sign in as a member.
www.ushealthgroup.com (look under member services), 800-221-9039
United Health Care
www.uhc.com (look under your plan type)
United Health Care makes it difficult to find a phone number unless you’re logged in
(United Healthcare Dual Complete)
www.humana.com (look under your plan type) 800-833-6917
(Humana Gold Plus, Humana Choice)
Celtic Insurance Company
Rocky Mountain Health Care Options
Time Insurance – Assurant Health
Pacificare of Colorado
(AARP Medicare Complete SecureHorizons)