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Does anyone know if Partenamut insurance reimburses the cost of "cures"?
I would like to go for therapeutic treatment for a longstanding skin problem in a paramedical centre in Germany. It is manned by doctors but is not a "medical centre" strictly speaking.


I can't imagine that any mutuelle would reimburse a non-prescribed, non-medical treatment in another country.

However, to be sure the only way to find out is to contact Partenamut themselves.

Mar 9, 2019 10:31

I didn't say it was not prescribed.
It is a "para" medical treatment - just like acupuncture.
BTW, if they reimburse gym memberships, I don't see why they shouldn't reimburse therapeutic treatments.

Does anyone know if the Belgian health nsurance company "Partenamut" reimburses "cures" in another EU country?
If anyone knows the answer, please let me know.

Mar 10, 2019 08:44

You have already been told what to do. Go to Partenamut and ask them - simples!

Mar 10, 2019 10:30

Why are you asking here? You need to ask Partenamut or look at the Partenemut website which is a far better reference than here.

Mar 10, 2019 10:30

If you ask Partenamut insurance, there's every chance that they'll tell you that you'll get a better answer of the internet.

Mar 10, 2019 13:05