medical & clinical massages
Revive handles claims for motor vehicle accidents, worker’s compensation and medical claims. Learn how you can get your massage with us and the difference between medical and clinical massages.
How It Works
At Revive Massage, we help you focus on getting better quickly, which is why we will bill insurance for auto accident and worker’s compensation cases. We take care of all the insurance paperwork and there is no money out of your pocket. Want more information on how your insurance can pay for massage and manual therapy?
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Clinical massage is sometimes referred to as orthopedic massage and it is the application of various soft tissue and manual therapy techniques designed to evaluate and treat soft tissue injuries. This may include massage therapy, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, deep tissue, and other modalities.
The main goal of clinical massage is to decrease pain, improve range of motion and restore normal function to the soft tissues of the body.
Medical massage is when a massage therapist performs clinical massage based on a physician’s precription and performed with a specific goal for functional outcome. It is generally a prescription as a series of visits over a specified period of time such as twice a week for six weeks with work only in the diagnosed area.
This can be paid by an insurance company.
MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS/PIP, WORKER’S COMPENSATION AND MEDICAL CLAIMS.
Revive bills your insurance company for clinical massage services you receive as a courtesy to you. Services billed on your behalf are provided to you on credit, with no guarantee your insurance will cover any or all service provided. Therefore, the financial responsibility for services provided does not belong to your insurance company, but to the person receiving the services – the patient or parent/guardian. Should your medical claim be denied for any reason by your insurance company a statement showing the amount due shall be sent to you; it will be due upon receipt. If no payment is made within 30 days, the account is delinquent and can be sold to outside financing for collection. All delinquent accounts are subject to adverse credit reporting.
The prices stated in our Wellness Massage Menu and Packages section reflect discounts for payment at time of service for clients and is for non-medical nor physician-referred massages. Medical massage under insurance is billed at the Usual and Customary Rate (UCR) for the Portland Metropolitan area covering the treatment on credit, requiring hours of administrative billing time, tracking and collecting payment for services and requires well-documented records and chart notes for billing purposes which is normally not required.
CANCELLATION POLICY FOR INSURANCE PATIENTS:
Any missed appointments or cancellations after 7 pm the business day before the scheduled appointment are subject to a $45 fee and your credit card on file will be charged.