Motor Vehicle Injuries & Massage Therapy Rehabilitation
Massage therapy for Auto Injury victims: if you have been injured in a car accident in Oregon your auto insurance may cover your massage therapy needs.
If you were injured in an auto accident in the State of Oregon and have automobile insurance your expenses to see a Massage Therapist are usually covered. Weather the accident was your fault or not should not be the deciding factor to get care or not. Having auto insurance allows you to be treated for your auto related injuries with a simple referral from your chiropractor or medical doctor. Feel free to call me, I will help you sort it out.
We have many hours of experience providing medical massage therapy for those suffering from an injury related to a motor vehicle accident. Auto injury massage can benefit in recovery for many types of injuries brought on by an automobile accident: including whiplash, neck and back injuries, tendon damage, muscle spasms, myofascial pain, headaches, migraines, and insomnia.
We make it easy for you - just follow these simple steps:
o Ins. Co. address and phone number
o Incident Claim Number
o Adjusters name and phone number
o Date of injury
We will handle all the billing for you so you can concentrate on your healing.
Auto Injury/Medical Massage
Medical massage is a term that refers to a specific protocol used when massage is part of the overall treatment of medical problems stemming from trauma to the body. This form of massage is often, but not always, done under the instruction of a physician in the case of work related injuries or auto injuries and focuses on addressing the affected area(s). Your therapist will conduct a thorough health intake during each massage session and develop a treatment plan to provide you with the most appropriate treatment for your injury. Therapists will document progress and work closely with other health care providers to provide you with the best care possible. Your massage may include advanced myofascial techniques, deep tissue techniques, cupping therapy, stretching, hydrotherapy (hot/cold packs) on the affected muscles and joints.