Several of our massages are reimbursed by complementary insurance. Our massage therapist, approved by the ASCA Foundation - Swiss Foundation for Complementary Medicine. If you have additional insurance, your massage can be reimbursed up to 80%.
Each patient must first check with their insurer
if the therapy and the therapist chosen are reimbursed by his complementary insurance.
1 . MUTUAL GROUP
1.1 Avenir Assurance Maladie SA
(Future, CMBB, St. Moritz)
1.2 PHILOS Assurance Maladie SA
(Philos, Avantis, Civil service, Troistorrents, Panorama, EOS)
1.3 Easy Sana Assurance Maladie SA
(Caisse Vaudoise, Hermes, Easysana)
1.4 Mutual Health Insurance SA
(Mutual, Universa, Natura)
2.AMB Health and accident insurance
3. WÄDENSWIL HEALTH FUND
5. SANITAS (Sanitas & Wincare)
(Only for NATURA which should not be confused with Natura R3)
8. VIVAO SYMPANY, MOVE SYMPANY
10. FKB - Die liechtensteinische Gesundheitskasse
Established on April 21, 1991 by health insurance specialists and therapists, the ASCA Foundation, Swiss foundation for complementary medicine is a neutral, independent and non-profit organization which is subject to the supervision of the confederation (DFI). It encourages professional ethics by taking into account the approach of each therapist. She has nearly 25 years of experience serving naturopaths, health practitioners, insurers and patients.
The ASCA Foundation has its headquarters in Geneva. The Swiss administration is in Friborg with representations in Zurich and Lugano.
The philosophy of the ASCA Foundation, which brings together therapists throughout the national space, has a definite influence in the recognition of alternative and complementary therapies by insurers. Many health insurers rely on its quality label to reimburse their policyholders.
Today, the ASCA Foundation recognizes more than 130 therapeutic disciplines classified into 12 groups of therapies. In order to maintain or even adapt its training requirements, the ASCA Medical and Therapeutic Commission, which is made up of experts (doctors and non-doctors) in complementary medicine, regularly reviews all the criteria specific to each of the methods.