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More than relaxation, we specialize in pain & injury to help you feel better.

Medical Massage

 

Medical Massage is a term that refers to special techniques 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.  We will document progress and work closely with other health care providers to ensure you receive the best care possible.

Your massage may include advanced myofascial techniques, deep tissue techniques, relax and contract techniques, and post-isometric relaxation techniques on the affected muscles and joints. 

Billing Services

Massage therapy can be a self-referral service or may require a physician to provide a prescription for you – please check with your insurance provider. You are responsible for any co-payments at the time the service is rendered.

If you have recently been injured on the job or suffer from an auto injury relating to a car/bike accident, you may be eligible to receive massage for up to two years from the date of your injury and at no out of pocket cost to you.   An initial exam from a doctor or chiropractor, complete with a prescription, is required to receive coverage for massage services. We are happy to provide billing services for treatment with the necessary documentation.  This includes a prescription for treatment, claim number, date of injury and insurance company contact information.

 

Workers Compensation Massage

 
If you have been injured on the job and you have any muscle aches, pains, sprains or strains manual therapy should be a part of your medical care.
So the big question is what is the process to get workers’ compensation to cover your work related injury?

Steps to receive authorization for medical massage treatment:

1. Notify your employer about injury. The employer should make the injury report.

2. Contact the medical doctor to get the prescription for manual therapy so that it will be included as a part of your treatment plan. 


Download Our Dr Referral Form

3. Contact the claims adjuster to inform about injury and the doctor prescription for manual therapy.

4. Present the prescription to us and we will be happy to get authorization from your worker’s compensation insurance for manual therapy as a part of your treatment plan. 
Please email us the name, phone number and claim number of your claim to info@loveacu.net

5. Once we receive the necessary authorization from your workers’ compensation insurance, we will contact you to schedule your appointments.

 

Health Insurance Massage

 

We accept most medical health insurance

Please E-mail us at info@loveacu.net
Your: Name and Birthdate
Your Insurance Policy:  Name , ID number, Group Number and Phone number

Download the Dr Prescription form and present it to your Dr.
We will contact you after the sessions have been approved and we can schedule you for your appointments.

Auto Injury Medical Massage

 

 If you have been injured in a car accident in Oregon, your auto insurance will cover your Auto Injury Medical Massage therapy care for up to two years, or up to $15,000.

If you were injured in an auto accident in the State of Oregon and have automobile insurance, your expenses to see a complimentary alternative health care practitioner are covered, even if the accident was your fault. This coverage allows you to be treated for your auto accident related injuries with a simple referral from your chiropractor or medical doctor.

We have many years and thousands of hours of experience providing medical massage therapy for those suffering from an injury related to a car accident. Auto Injury massage can benefit in recovery for many injuries brought on by an automobile accident; including whiplash, neck and back injuries, tendon damage, muscle spasms, myofascial pain, headaches, migraines, and insomnia (pain can interrupt sleep).

I make it easy for you – just follow these simple steps:

Contact your primary care physician or doctor of Chiropractic.
Your physician or chiropractor will write you a prescription for massage or you can present them with this form we made for you. The synergistic effects of massage and acupuncture treatments together will aid in your speedy healing and reduce discomfort.

Simply bring your massage prescription along with the following insurance info: Insurance company name, address and phone number. b. Incident claim number.c. Adjustor’s name and phone number.

Acupuncture services do not require a referral.

We will handle all the billing for you so you can concentrate on your healing.