It's no secret our healthcare system has flaws. Massage therapy has been a viable treatment option for people in pain for a long time, but there's still a long way to go in getting massage to be recommended as freely as ibuprofen. Here at Kinetic Restoration, we are knowledgeable about what it takes to resolve pain & dysfunction from a wide variety of injuries, diseases, and general everyday life. Massage is a great investment in your health: here's a few ways to help stretch your investment further.
Use the funds from a Health Savings Account (HSA), Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) to pay for your massages. These accounts allow you to save & use your money for approved health expenses - and your employer may match your contributions to these accounts! These accounts will also allow you to set aside money for massage tax free. Massage is generally an approved healthcare expense, but make sure you verify that your program approves the expense.
2. Seek reimbursement from your insurance company. Some insurance companies do reimburse for massage therapy expenses. They may require specific information about your visit. At Kinetic Restoration all of our receipts will list detailed information about your visit, and a copy of your visit notes is available upon request. We do not accept insurance as a payment method at the time of your visit - you must pay out of pocket at the time of the visit. We are a small company and choose not to network with insurance. We feel strongly that this allows us to provide the highest quality care, without being bogged down by additional time and financial constraints of accepting insurance. However, if your insurance company will reimburse you for your session payments, we're all for it!
3. Take advantage of our massage packages! If you prepay for 5 sessions, you save $50! Packages are available for purchase on our booking website here: