Preferred Providers Health Insurance

At Body Aware Massage we are in network with many major insurance carriers.  Together we work as a team to coordinate your care, billing, and record keeping. This allows you more options for appointment times and the ability to find the therapist that best suits your specific needs. Please read carefully as this is recently updated. In order to confirm if your plan covers massage with us, please call your insurance company directly. We are no longer able to offer insurance verifications. In the event your massage is not reimbursed under your plan, you will be billed directly for our services.

Questions to ask when calling your insurance company

Is Massage Therapy (97124) or Manual Therapy (97140)  covered under my plan?
Do I need a referral or pre-authorization?
Will Massage or Manual therapy  apply to my deductible ?
What is the copay ?

MVA (Motor Vehicle Accident) Massage

Prior to coming in for your appointment for Auto Injuries

Obtain a prescription for Massage Therapy. You can get one from an MD, ND, NP, or DC or other prescribing provider. In order for your massage to be covered by a licensed massage therapist, the prescription must state a diagnosis i.e, cervical strain and sprain, the number of treatments prescribed, and a 97124 cpt code.

Collect insurance information and bring with you to your first appointment.

Insurance company name, address and phone number.
Incident claim number.
Adjustor’s name and phone number.

*If you were involved in an auto accident in the State of Oregon, your medical expenses are covered up to $15,000 and more. It’s called PIP insurance (personal injury protection) and is part of every insurance policy written in the State of Oregon. You are entitled to receive massage treatment, and it’s your legal right to choose the Oregon Licensed Massage Therapist you want to work with. The auto insurance will cover the costs of the massage treatment. It is important to seek medical attention as soon as possible after an MVA. Prior to seeking massage, your primary care provider (MD, ND, DC, NP etc) must evaluate the extent of structural, nerve and internal/external injuries. Once you have ascertained you have no injuries that need to be treated by a medical doctor, you can discuss treatment options. Massage can be very beneficial to your injury recovery. Start as soon as possible to minimize the negative effects of your injuries.