Amber Myers, LMPMA60240007
Seattle Massage Pro allows me to combine a medical massage background with relaxation massage in a calming, safe atmosphere. I love to focus on creating a unique, one of a kind session for each person. Even though the techniques might be familiar, the actual massage never is the same because it is based on the body's needs for that particular day.
1 hour massage$100
90 minute massage$150
6 hour massage package card$510
12 hour massage package card$960
Benefits of Massage
Some of the more common conditions massage may help include:
- low back pain
- neck pain
- limited range of motion
- TMJ disorder
- plantar fasciitis
- sprains and strains
- high blood pressure
- golfer’s elbow
- tennis elbow
- carpal tunnel syndrome
- thoracic outlet syndrome
- Dequervain’s syndrome
- trigger points
- tender points
- rotator cuff injury
- sciatic pain
- poor circulation
- general muscle soreness
While the benefits of massage are still being studied, research has proven that massage is able to help in a wide variety of health conditions. Beyond this, it is also an excellent source of preventative care and relaxation.
Updates on Insurance Procedures for 2018
As of January 1st, 2018, all insurance reimbursements are up to the client to collect. Payments must be made in full at the time of the appointment. Please see the Insurance and Forms page for details on collecting out-of-network reimbursements from your insurance company, and for a thorough description of the insurance terminology and process. The FAQ’s can answer some questions regarding this new direction to end the in-network status.
If you suffer from a condition and you believe massage may help, ask your doctor if they recommend massage and would be willing to write you a referral. Automobile accident insurance, otherwise known as PIP, and Labor and Industries (LNI), also known as worker’s comp, will usually allow for some massage treatment if it’s deemed medically necessary by a doctor or chiropractor. I am in-network with some insurances at this time, so email me to check to see if your insurance is one of them. Even if it isn’t, I may still be able to see you on an out-of-network status. In that circumstance, you pay up-front and then submit the receipt to your insurance for a reimbursement.
If you are with Regence, Premera, or Uniform and would like Seattle Massage Pro to be added to their network, please let them know. The more requests the better the chances of Seattle Massage Pro getting in. Thanks for your cooperation and help with our quest to better serve as many people as possible!
If you have injury from an auto accident and your doctor recommends massage for treatment, you must have an attorney to receive massage therapy that you want paid for by your insurance. Seattle Massage Pro will now only accept PIP insurance with an attorney representing the client. Not all insurance companies pay the full benefit amount and the costs can add up at a time when you are busy with trying to heal. Using an attorney makes the process easy so you don’t have to hassle with paperwork and following up on claims payments. Seattle Massage Pro frequently works with The Law Offices of Matthew D. Dubin to make sure your benefits are paid in full. Please contact them directly if you don’t already have a personal injury attorney.
Different needs require different massage techniques. A thorough assessment is always conducted at the first massage appointment to determine which combination will be appropriate. Some of the common techniques I use include:
If you are motivated, exciting, personable, friendly, smart, fun, great at what you do and LOVE massage, you may be a good fit!
Seattle Massage Pro is currently looking to expand to offer clients more therapist and scheduling options. If you are interested in being a part of the team and discussing ways to help grow your practice as well as ours, please contact me with a brief introduction and why you believe we’d be a good fit to work together.