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• Does Jade accept my insurance?
We accept most major health insurances. Some of those include:
• Cigna (out-of network)
• Harvard Pilgrim
• United Healthcare
• Workers Compensation
If your insurance is not listed, please give us a call and we can confirm your coverage.
• Can I try PT, acupuncture, massage or yoga without insurance coverage?
Yes! All of our services have the option of private pay.
• Do I need a referral?
Some insurance plans do require a referral. However, you CAN schedule your appointment before obtaining one! You can simply request one from your doctor or we can request one for you.
• HMO insurance plans= require referrals
• PPO insurance plans= do not require referrals
• Will my insurance cover acupuncture?
Many insurance plans now have acupuncture as a benefit. If you’re not sure, you can find these listed in your summary of benefits or we can call and check for you!
• How long is my appointment?
• Each physical therapy appointment runs between 45-60 minutes.
• The first appointment runs an average of 90 minutes, and, depending on your needs, each follow-up sessions run between 60-90 minutes.
• We offer 60 minute and 90 minute massages
• What should I wear to my treatment?
We recommend comfortable, loose clothing for the appointment.
• How many appointments will it take to help?
This is a common question for our patients! Your recovery time depends on your condition, as well as your compliance with appointments and home exercise programs. You and your therapist/acupuncturist will discuss a treatment plan on your first visit.
• What does acupuncture feel like?
Acupuncture feels differently for everyone. Typically patients feel a slight pinch when the needles first enter the skin. Each person’s body is different so some points may be more sensitive, while others you will hardly feel. Once the needles are inserted, you can feel lots of different sensations including a heaviness, gently pulling, and our favorite - a deep relaxation.
• What is the difference between acupuncture and dry needling?
Dry needling is a geographic type of acupuncture with focal treatment at the area of the musculoskeletal issue. Acupuncture is a more comprehensive medicine that assesses and treats all systems of the body.