I accept all major credit cards, however, I do prefer cash.
FSA account information:
Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) cover massage for certain treatments. These treatments must be approved and prescribed by a physician.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has ruled that massage therapy for the sole purpose of tension and stress relief does not qualify as an eligible expense. Examples of medical conditions that qualify include carpal tunnel, back pain, arthritis, fibromyalgia, anxiety, depression and pain management.
The first step to using your FSA to schedule massage therapy is to visit your primary care doctor. Let the doctor know you have an FSA account and are seeking massage as a solution to a medically eligible condition. The physician will then write a prescription for you massage if he deems it to be medically necessary. The physician must provide three pieces of information on your prescription. First, he must detail why it is medically necessary. Second, the number of sessions per month or frequency or your visits should be listed. Third, the length of treatment should be provided.
Information provided by Nathan Bueller
Its Cold/Flu season again. I would like to remind you that you should not come in if you are sick. Please reschedule your appointment within 24 hours to avoid a charge.
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Birthday Parties and Massage
Enjoy an evening with the girls and have your feet massaged too! For information please call me. 908-472-5170
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