The cost for treatment does NOT affect your health insurance deductible (“eigen risico”) and reimbursement will be paid out of the complemental part of your health insurance. Inquire at your insurance company what this means in your particular situation.
From January 1st 2023:
Intake and first treatment: € 76,00 (duration approx. 1 hour)
Next treatment: € 68,50 (duration approx. 45 min.)
Short treatment: € 42,00 (children up to 12 years old, duration approx. 30 min.)
Time reservation: € 37,50 (in case of cancellation within 24 hours of appointment)
Cancellations more than 24 hours prior to appointment will not be charged.
After every treatment payment is preferably settled by debit card (PIN machine available). If debitcard payment is a problem, please discuss other options with me. You receive the invoice on paper or by email to be used for your health insurance reimbursement or tax return.
Usually 4 to 8 treatments are necessary to effectuate changes in your situation. I evaluate the treatment process after 4 treatments to review progress and prognosis.
Health insurance reimbursement
Ellen IJspeert is member of the Dutch Association for Acupuncture (NVA) and of the Dutch Toyohari Association (NTV). Generally all Dutch health insurance companies pay (part of) the cost for acupuncture treatments out of the complemental part of the health insurance. You can find information about the cost for treatment when dubble clicking on “rate”.
On the website of the NVA - www.acupunctuur.nl, tab “vergoeding”. You can find a list of current health insurances and their compensation for acupuncture treatments. Or make inquiries at your own health insurance company.