Payment Information - Wisdom Ways Acupuncture

Payment Info

At your initial appointment, during your consultation I’ll go over your diagnosis and treatment options with you, and together we will come up with a treatment plan that best fits your needs.

There are three types of payment options, each listed below.

Self-Pay (non insurance) Patients:

Pay-As-You-Go: These treatments are charged at the full treatment price and are due at each treatment.

Packages: Because acupuncture works over a series of treatments, I offer discounted treatment package rates. The more serious or long-term your condition – and therefore usually the more treatments you need – the higher the package discount will be (and therefore the lower the cost of each visit).

All payments for packages are due at time of first treatment in package to receive the discounted rates.

Insurance Patients:

  • Your fees are based on your personal contracted rate with your insurance company and differ for each plan. Any required Co-pay is due at time of service.
  • It is the patient’s responsibility to make sure they have acupuncture benefits before their visit. If you would like your insurance billed at your first visit, you simply need to print out the Insurance Verification Form, then call your insurance to get the answers to the questions on the form so you can arrive with it fully completed at your first visit, your coverage verified and understanding what it includes.

If you arrive at your appointment unsure if you have benefits, we’ll simply apply the self-pay rate until the time at which your benefits are understood.  If keeping your appointment hinges on your plan’s coverage, please verify your benefits as soon as possible so we can open your slot for someone else if you won’t be able to keep it.

  • We are in network and can bill to: Cigna, United, Aetna, & Anthem Blue Cross PPO plans. For other companies, you would pay our regular self-pay rate, and we are happy to give you a document with all the information you need to submit on your own to attempt direct reimbursement to you. 

Medicare/Medicaid currently do NOT cover acupuncture services.