Massage Therapy, FST, and Craniosacral sessions are charged at the same rate: $90 per 60-min session, $130 per 90-minutes, and $50 for $30 minutes. I also offer a 4-pack of 60-min sessions for $340 and 90-min sessions for $500.
I understand that unexpected events happen in life. However, last minute cancellations and “no-shows” are costly and eliminate the possibility of making that appointment available for others. Out of respect for the therapist and other clients, a 24-hour notice is required to cancel or reschedule an appointment. Late cancellations and “no-shows”, except in the event of an extreme emergency or illness, will result in the full session rate being charged. The charge will be waived if your appointment can be filled by another client.
I do offer services outside of the office at your place of business or home. Please give as much notice as possible so I can plan for the extra time. Additional fees do apply depending on location. I bring all necessary supplies so you can enjoy the benefit of the services at your convenience.
Most massage therapy is widely accepted by insurance with a detailed prescription from your physician or through HSA benefits. At this time, Tyler can accept First Choice Health offered through Multiplan, depending on the specific benefits available. Providence Health Insurance is also accepted. For those who are not under a currently accepted plan, I can provide you with a detailed receipt showing all of the necessary information required allowing you to submit the receipt to your insurance carrier. Please contact me directly to provide your insurance member ID, full name, date of birth, and plan name so I can check your benefits prior to the first appointment. Insurance benefits are accepted in both Portland and Bend locations at this time.
If you currently participate in a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Savings Account (HSA), your tax-free contributions to the plan can be used for qualified medical expenses not normally covered by health insurance, including massage therapy treatment. Although not always necessary, I recommend asking for a prescription from your physician for FSA/HSA approval. A prescription for massage therapy ensures that your treatment will be considered therapeutic and medically necessary for your health. Some FSA/HSA programs provide a debit/credit card to use for payment of medical expenses which deducts the funds directly from your account. If this is not the case for you, I will be happy to provide a receipt with the necessary information for you to submit a claim for reimbursement.