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    Edward HarrisPRO
    Owner, Best Health And Car Insurance Rates - Instant Online Quotes, US
    Typically, holistic treatment is not covered or only marginally covered under standard health insurance policies. 
    Although this type of treatment is widely considered to be safe, you are still advised to notify your primary care physician (if you have one) of any treatment you are considering. There are many conditions where it appears to be recommended.
    Answered on April 27, 2013
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    Paul RothPRO
    Senior Commercial and Annuity Specialist, Freedom Brokers, Marion, Carbondale, Harrisburg IL
    No, I have not seen a policy that covers Rolfing. I have personally been through the Rolfing protocol, paid cash, and it has benefited my family. My advice is if something-whatever it is-improves your health, don't stop doing it because your employer or employer coverage wont pay for it.
    You wouldn't use a rake to dig a hole, even if someone else bought it for you, because it is the wrong tool. You would use a shovel, even if you had to pay for it. Your health is more important than digging a hole. Use what works on you, even if you have to pay for it.
    Answered on October 14, 2015
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