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Our wellness massage is designed to promote relaxation and wellness. Although these appointments are generally of a more holistic nature (and work best when scheduled regularly) than our rehabilitative treatment sessions, your therapist walks into the room with their natural curiosity, and their ability to put together a picture of how you use your body... and how to best support you as you navigate your day-to-day living. No prescription is needed and insurance is not billed. Each session is tailored to your specific needs. Sessions can be scheduled for 50, 80, or 110 minutes.
Some therapists are also trained in integrating Cupping, Graston, and Kinesio-Taping into your session. Click here for more information.
WELLNESS RATES (as of 6/1/18)
When clients pay at the time of service, we are able to offer a 'Time of Service' discount.
...with TOS discount applied...
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Pre-paid Wellness Packages (as of 9/1/19)
3-5 Pre-paid 50 minute massages: $75 each (25% off of $100)
6 or more Pre-paid 50 minute massage: $70 each (30% off of 100)
Packages can be applied to any length visit.
*Appointments cancelled with less than 24 hours notice are subject to a $70 fee.*
*EXPLANATION OF CHARGES:
Rehabilitative Services are billed to insurance (health, labor and industry or auto coverage) using the rehabilitative massage code, as allowed.
We offer a "time of service discount" to all clients who wish to pay for services at the time received. Published Wellness and Sports Massage Rates reflect these discounts on the wellness massage code, and assume payment at service time..
In addition to the utilization of specific techniques, the creation and tracking of specific treatment goals, Rehabilitative Services include, but are not limited to, securing prescription, benefit verification, co-pay collection, delays in payment, writing physician reports, extensive notes/documentation, resubmission of paperwork as required, follow up paperwork, renewal of prescriptions, billing fees and billing service costs, sending out statements, and having further delays in reimbursements.