We don't accept insurance directly, though we will happily provide you with an invoice in the style of your choosing for you to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. Our work is generally accepted by many health insurance carriers who cover massage therapy (performed by a massage therapist). Sometimes a prescription from a physician is required to get massage therapy covered by insurance. We accept cash, debit and major credit cards, and Apple Pay.
What is your cancellation policy? I have a 24-hour cancellation policy. If you need to cancel or reschedule an appointment within 24 hours of your scheduled appointment time, or simply fail to show up to your appointment, that session must be paid in full.
For all modalities, progress is usually noticeable after the very first visit, though for some individuals, it can take as many as three visits to notice significant results. Generally speaking… the older the issue, the longer it will take to resolve. Some issues simply take time. As I often tell my clients, it took you a while to get your body like this, expect it to take a while to get it back to normal.
It depends. The simpler and more recent the problem, the more likely you’ll be in and out with a minimum of visits. Older problems are another story. The longer one has had a particular compensation pattern, the more likely it is that that pattern has led to other imbalances. As a general rule, the closer together one’s sessions are, the fewer sessions end up being necessary for resolution.
In most cases, it is usually impossible to clear the entirety of one’s issue in one visit, and would be highly ill-advised to try as it can overwhelm the system and result in additional trauma. It is not unusual for new or different symptoms to arise soon after a session. This is a result of deeper layers of imbalance coming to the forefront. This is normal and should not be cause for concern. I recommend clients commit themselves to at least four visits initially. By the end of four sessions, you’ll either be better, well on your way to getting better.
Again, this depends. An unsatisfying answer, I know. It depends on what led to your issue in the first place. If it is of acute origin; that is, it was caused by an isolated incident or by a stress (either physical or psychological) that is no longer a factor, then results should last indefinitely. After all, the involved patterns will have been cleared. However, if your issue is due to a repetitive stress such as sitting in front of a computer all day, maintaining results will require diligent effort on the part of the client. That being said, results are generally permanent.
NeuroKinetic Therapy® addresses compensation patterns within the body; too much of this, too little of that. Using a specific sequence of muscle challenges and releases, NKT® addresses these patterns at their source; the motor control center of the brain. This process allows NKT® to yield faster and longer-lasting results than many other techniques.