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KAIMUKI HEALTH &WELLNESS

Auto Insurance/Workers’ Compensation

  1. Auto Insurance/ Workers Compensation accepted


    If you have been injured from an automobile accident or injured from your job our massage rehabilitation service objective is to help aid in restoring you to normal functional capacity with different modalities consist of Sports

massage, Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, and heat/cold therapy.


    What do I do if I have been injured from an automobile accident or injured on the job?

            If you have been injured due to an automobile accident or have been injured from work see a physician to get treated. Your physician will diagnose your injury and recommend different avenues of treatments. Make sure you contact your auto insurance to report any sustained injuries. If you have been injured at work you should contact your employer and report the problem.


    How will my auto insurance or workers compensation insurance pay for my massage treatments?

    In order for you to receive massage therapy through your auto insurance or workers compensation insurance you must obtain a prescription for massage therapy from your primary physician stating your diagnosis, symptoms, and duration of treatment. If you are covered by auto insurance/ workers compensation please bring your prescription for massage therapy, claim number, and adjusters contact information. Once you are approved from the insurance company, you can start receiving massage therapy.


    What should I expect during my first visit for massage therapy?

     Please bring your prescription, claim number, and adjusters contact information 

     Arrive 15 minutes prior to your treatment to fill out paperwork

        The massage therapist will discuss:

        Medical History

        Chief complaints/ Problems

         Pain level (What aggravates/what alleviates)

         How it is affecting your functional limitations

    The massage therapist will then performed some objective evaluation to plan to treat the problem. Then they will perform a combination of techniques (Sports Massage, Myofascial Release, Trigger point therapy). Hot and Cold packs will be utilized to reduce and decrease pain.


Massage Therapy can help many conditions including:

  1. Stress

  2. Headaches

  3. Arthritis

  4. Neck Pain

  5. Whiplash

  6. Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis)

  7. Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

  8. Back/Low Back Pain

  9. Sacroiliac Joint Pain and Dysfunction

  10. Sciatica

  11. Sports Injuries


Massage:


~Soft Tissue Mobilization~ Myofascial Release is the stretching of the fascia, a thin tissue that covers every muscle and fiber within each muscle. When fibers are injured they become short and tight. Applying gentle traction and pressure to helps relax muscle spasms and break down adhesions( knots) in the connective tissues. The body responds to this therapy by releasing tension, increasing flexibility, and mobility of the muscles.


~Sports Massage/ Deep tissue~ Sports massage is part of a winning game plan whether you’re an avid athlete, weekend sportsman, or just suffering from the wear and tear of daily life. This massage combines with deep tissue work and passive stretching. Designed to maximize results for physical active men/women to prepare and stimulate primary muscle groups. It also, helps improve range of motion and reduces lactic acid build up, and realigns muscle fibers.


~Shiatsu~ Originated in Japan, using finger or thumb pressure on the body’s meridian( energy pathways)to open up blocked energy and soothe  knotted muscles. A painful pleasure, but potent in healing and relaxing.


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