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Unfortunately it is not covered but a lot of extended health care plans cover a certain amount per year.
I am registered with some insurance companies and you have to find out if they will pay me directly. If not I will provide you with a detailed bill which you can send in to receive full or partial reimbursement depending on your extended healthcare plan.
Since I am a RMT (Registered Massage Therapist) you can claim the treatment costs with your medical expense deduction on your income tax submission.
Depending on your condition and your treatment you might feel better without experiencing any soreness. There is a chance you might feel sore but it should disappear soon. A relaxing hot Epsom salt bath can be very helpful to alleviate any pain. It is also helpful to drink a lot of water to flush the toxins out of your body.
It depends on your condition, the assessment and how successful the treatments are. Usually you could feel an improvement after 3 – 4 treatments or sooner.
A lot of clients decrease the frequency of their visits once they feel better but keep coming back for maintenance.
It is suggested to take everything off but your underwear.
Once you are on the table you will be always securely draped. Only the body part I am massaging will be uncovered.
If you are receiving Craniosacral or Reiki Therapy you will stay fully dressed while lying on the table.
If you are receiving a combination of Massage Therapy and/or Craniosacral Therapy and/or Reiki you will follow the massage protocol.