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2700 West Anderson Lane, Suite 509
Austin, TX, 78757
United States

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Living Anew Therapeutic Massage is the product of 9 years in the business of bodywork and massage as well as lifetime of experiences beginning with childhood sports, college athletics, spirituality and healing, beautiful teachers, and a car wreck. We all have our stories to share. A past which brought us to the person we see in the mirror. What if we loved those stories and let them go? You know, focused on the present and the steps we are taking to create the tomorrow we want. Literally, Living Anew. To live in a new or different and usually a more positive way. Through a combination of structural massage and bodywork techniques to release physical tension and stress management  and self-care education, hopefully you, too, will begin to Live Anew. 

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FSA/HSA and Massage, Can You Use It?

Megan Crystal

I've had a number of clients asking me if they may use their FSA or HSA accounts for massage. After reading up a bit, I have an answer....YES!

However, always check your provider yourself to make sure of the protocol. From what I understand, you must obtain a referral from your healthcare practitioner stating that it is necessary for your condition. So, your MD, PT, DC, DO, etc. 


Here are some articles to check out for more information...

HSA vs. FSA: Which is right for you? http://www.dailyfinance.com/2014/11/18/fsa-vs-hsa/

Health Savings Account Info: http://www.hsaforamerica.com/newsletter-issue-28-post.htm

Flex Spending Account Info:  http://bucks.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/09/23/pay-for-massages-with-a-flexible-spending-account/?_r=0

I hope this helps...CHEERS!