Auto injury massage, have you recently been in a motor vehicle accident and suffered injuries? Whiplash, herniated disks are common injuries that can occur from a auto accident. With out addressing possible injuries and getting an auto injury massage, your injuries can surface six months after an accident. For healing to take place, it is very important that you start your auto injury massage therapy for the car accident as soon as possible. By quickly starting your auto injury massage treatment, your recovery time from your car accident will be reduced. If you do not seek care, minor car accidents can have a major impact on your health years later. Most of the time, an auto injury massage will alleviate and reduce the pain from accident injuries, and in some cases, it may even allow you to avoid surgery.
Fortunately, your auto insurance (personal injury protection) will cover your auto injury massages therapy visits, up to several times per week with a doctor’s prescription and or a referral.
You can and will need to obtain your prescription for medical massage from your:
LEGALLY, you are ENTITLED to Medical Massage Therapy and to have it billed to your personal injury protection insurance (PIP).
We collect the fees from your PIP with your car insurance company. The only time you would be responsible for any fees is if you do not give cancellation and reschedule notice according to our company policy, and any remaining balance for which we could not collect from your insurance company. You would be sent a bill, due payable within 30 days. We look forward to helping you recover and feel better.
Article on Massage Therapy for injuries from an auto accidents.
Automobile accidents and the use of massage therapy. We have not yet to date had a injured patients PIP deny any payments for the patients needed medical massage.
If you are needing a prescription for services that will either be billed to Health Insurance, Personal Injury Protection or Labor and Industry, here is a form to bring or email to your Doctor. They may require you to go in for an appointment for the Rx but some if you have been in recently will provide over the phone. The Rx can then be e-mailed or faxed back to our office.
Many Health Insurances will claim you can self refer but due to the fact that Massage Therapists can not diagnose, an Rx is needed. We must be sure it is medically necessary so that the insurance will not come back and deny payment which would cause you out of pocket expenses to us.
Benefits for massage therapy covered by health insurance is for rehabilitation massage only and not for maintenance massage. Maintenance massage is not covered by any health insurance as it is not medically necessary.