auto insurance claims
We hope you never get in a car accident, but if you do, bodywork can help you get better faster, and now we can usually provide it at no out-of-pocket cost to you. We document your treatment and we bill your auto insurance company.
Throughout your recovery, we carefully document your treatment and submit detailed reports to your auto insurance company. We are also happy to provide copies of these reports to your doctor if you wish.
We look forward to helping you feel better soon.
workers compensation claim?
We can usually bill that too, depending on your case and state of employment.
things to know
You are responsible for paying for your sessions if your insurance company declines to pay, ceases coverage, or only pays a partial amount.
If you miss an appointment without giving us 24 hour notice, you are responsible for paying our missed appointment charge (full value of scheduled treatment), since we cannot bill your insurance company for that.
We add a $10 clerical evaluation charge per session when billing insurance, for the extra work involved evaluating and documenting your case. If your insurance company doesn't pay for your massage sessions, you are also responsible for this additional charge.
First, you’ll need a prescription for massage from your doctor or chiropractor. Be sure the prescription indicates a diagnosis and the number and frequency of massages prescribed. You'll need to bring your prescription to your first visit.
Then, call us, or complete the inquiry form below, so we can verify your coverage and decide if we can bill your insurance. You’ll need to know the date of the accident, your insurance company name, phone, policy number, claim number, etc. After we verify your coverage, we can schedule your series of appointments.
Even minor car accidents can lead to chronic muscle pain, headaches, and arthritis over the years if not properly treated initially. By assisting blood and lymph circulation, massage helps the injured areas heal. The calming effects of massage also promote the body’s natural ability to get back to a state of balance after shock.
Additionally, trauma creates “splinting,” which is when muscles contract to hold joints and limbs stable to protect against injury. After the incident, the body often forgets to release these tight, painful muscles. Therapeutic massage reminds the body that it can let go of its holding pattern, allowing a thorough, long-lasting recovery.
A series of treatments will have a better result than just one or two sessions. As massage moves your body through the healing process, contracted muscles release, range of motion improves, and scar tissue formation is prevented.
Massage therapy can complement the care you’re also getting from chiropractic or physical therapy treatment. You have the right to choose your massage therapist, and we hope you choose us. We are professional and independent. We’re also down-to-earth and approachable. We’re not a big chain. Our workspace is simple and relaxing. We only do bodywork. And we are very good at what we do.