A number of health insurance plans in New York cover acupuncture, including Blue Cross and Blue Shield (BCBS), Aetna, Cigna, United Healthcare (UHC), Oxford and others. Unfortunately, all plans are different, and many have restrictions or deductibles that must be met before coverage begins.

We are out-of-network with many major insurance providers. Each of these insurers offer different plans to choose from, some of which include acupuncture benefits and some of which may not, but we will help you find out if your plan covers our services. To best serve you, we can verify your insurance benefits before you arrive. Please click on the link below and complete the online form. We will contact you as soon as the benefits are established. Verification is free with no strings attached.

If you would like to be treated before we receive your verification details, If your policy covers our treatments, we will bill your insurance provider for our services. If our services are not covered under your plan, then you will be informed of alternate payment options for future treatments during your consultation. We accept cash and most major credit cards.

Out of pocket patients can enjoy big savings by purchasing an acupuncture package, if your insurance policy does not cover our services. Our packages include large discounts for pre-paying for your treatments.

Insurance FAQ


Not at the moment. Currently only Min Wang(Maggie) takes insurance.

Absolutely! Just be clear that you will be charged the amount of a first visit, so in the event that you are covered, any amount paid will go towards co-pays, co-insurance, an/or deductibles.

An insurance deductible is the amount paid out of pocket by the patient before the insurance company will pay for any billed services. The amount of the deductible depends on the plan.

We work with patients under Cigna, United Healthcare, Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Oxford and more. However, insurance plans differ even with each carrier so we require a verification in order to confirm the details