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... They key is to have your physician agree with you that it is medically necessary. My general physician agreed and sent me to a plastic surgeon for a consultation. The Plastic Surgeon was very good at creating a validating statement to send to the insurance company. ... (3 replies)
... The insurance company should have criteria set forth to determine if something is "medically necessary". ... (3 replies)
... E breasts. I suffer from back pain and breast pain, and general discomfort from them. I have gone to a GP to ask for a referral for my insurance company. ... (3 replies)

... how to get insurance to pay for breast reduction my breast are a size 36dd and i always have pain in my back (2 replies)
... how can i get my insurance to pay for breast reduction (3 replies)
... the one right where my bra hooks in back. Ive actually layed on the floor with my digital scale and was able to put just one breast on it and it said 5 lbs. ... (1 replies)
... A physician will likely have to prove that the surgery is medically necessary for the insurance to incur the costs of the procedure. ... (3 replies)
... nd. Your doctor should have given you a range in the consult. Also make sure you include any physical therapy or back pain meds you've received in the past and for how long. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Rachael, You will want to, if you haven't already, ask your insurance company what their criteria would be to cover the surgery. ... (2 replies)
... I agree with Mvandenberg, a very important point. When I had my breast reduction, my surgeon told me that she would have to remove X amount of tissue for my insurance to cover my surgery. ... (5 replies)
... Get a copy of the exact medical policy under which you are covered. Pay special attention to the exclusions and limitations as some plans will not allow Breast Reduction under any circumstances. You can seek to have it covered under plans like this, but it can be an uphill battle. ... (5 replies)
... I understand what you are going through with the back problems. I am actually in the process of trying to get my insurance to cover breast reduction as well. I'm 25 years old and a 32J. I have to special order all my bras. I'm allergic to the underwires so that basically takes away all the support. ... (2 replies)
... How to get your health insurance to pay for breast reduction? ... (2 replies)
... how to get your insurance company to pay for breast reduction surgery (0 replies)
... My HMO paid.. and your dr's and their staff know how to get it to them. I went to my regular MD told him what I wanted... he said off the record... we do this and that, and I'll refer you to a back specialist and then we'll submit it... ... (15 replies)
... Each insurance company is different and they do not all require chiropractic care. ... (3 replies)
... First you need to find a board certified plastic surgeon. YOu also need a few chiropractic visits and then they will review and approve or deny. ... (3 replies)
... Every insurance company sells thousands of different plans. So it's your specific health insurance policy booklet and the provisions within that will be important. ... (3 replies)
... Insurance coverage for breast reduction is very dependent on the specific insurance plan under which you are covered. Every insurance company sells thousands of different policies, all with very different limitations and exclusions. The key to approval is that there must be medical necessity. ... (1 replies)
... he works for the state, so big company. great coverage... ... (1 replies)

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