- Who practises osteopathy?
- What happens during an osteopathic consultation?
- Do you always have to 'click' joints?
- What are the effects of osteopathy?
- How many sessions will I need?
- I feel embarrassed about undressing in front of a stranger
- Are there any reasons I shouldn't seek osteopathy?
- I have private health insurance. How do I make a claim?
I have private health insurance.
How do I make a claim?
Blue Eye is a service provider with most health insurance companies. Firstly, check that your insurance covers osteopathy and what the procedure is for making a claim. Some insurance companies insist that you visit your GP first. Also, check the maximum amount that your insurance provides, since you could be left with a dispute and an unwelcome bill.
Blue Eye kindly requests that you settle bills for treatment at each visit directly and that you claim back yourself from the insurance company later. If this is not possible, then please get in touch. Finally, always mention to your osteopath if you are planning to make a claim, since the osteopath often has to be a registered provider and treatment has to be authorised.