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    Bob VineyardPRO
    Founder, Georgia Medicare Plans, Atlanta,GA
    Generally, the answer would be no. Aetna (or any other major medical carrier) does not cover gym memberships.

    There may be plans available that have add-on (non-insurance) benefits such as travel discounts or gym memberships, but a true major medical health insurance plan will usually not pay for routine gym memberships.

    In some instances a carrier may agree to pay for a gym membership if the individual needs a type of physical therapy (such as swimming) that is more economical than traditional therapy sessions.
    Answered on April 4, 2013
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