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Insurance Accepted

Auto Insurance

If your injuries were sustained in or aggravated by a motor vehicle accident, your acupuncture treatments may be covered through the Personal Injury Protection (PIP) portion of your Oregon auto insurance, without a referral from your Primary Care Physician. Acupuncture can be effective in the treatment of traumatic injuries and chronic pain, including whiplash, neck pain, concussion, back pain, shoulder pain, low back pain, sciatica, leg pain, nerve conditions, and post-traumatic stress.

 

In-Network Insurance *

David is a preferred "in-network" acupuncture provider with the following insurance companies:

Blue Cross Blue Shield

First Choice Health

Lifewise

Moda

Providence

Regence 

Every insurance plan is slightly different. For detailed information about your insurance benefits, 

please call the number on the back of your insurance card and ask them the following questions:

 

Do I have acupuncture benefits?

Are there any yearly limits?

Are my acupuncture benefit limits combined with chiropractic, physical therapy or any other modality?

Is there a copay? If so, how much?

Is there a co-insurance? If so, what percentage?

Are there any diagnosis code restrictions? If so, what are they?

Is pre-authorization required?

Do I need to meet my deductible before acupuncture benefits can be used?

 

Knowing this information will help minimize surprises when we bill your insurance.

* The patient is responsible for any fees not covered by insurance. 

 

Out-of-Network Insurance*

David is not a contracted, in-network provider with the following insurance companies:

Aetna

AllCare

Cigna

Jackson Care Connect

OHP

Pacific Source

United

Please call the number on the back of your insurance card to inquire if you have any "out-of-network" acupuncture benefits.

 

If you would like to try to bill your insurance for "out-of-network" acupuncture benefits, payment is required at the time of the service. David can provide you with a "superbill" that you send in for reimbursement. Alternatively, he can bill your insurance directly and then refund you, if your insurance reimburses for the treatment. 

* The patient is responsible for any fees not covered by insurance. 

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