If you had the misfortune of being injured in a car accident anywhere in all of Texas we might be able to offer one little bit of good news. If your auto insurance policy contains benefits available for Medical Services related to your car accident there is a high likelihood that, assuming it is deemed medically necessary by your doctor., We can provide you with in home therapeutic massage all paid for by your auto insurance.
Massage therapy is a really effective way to treat common types of injuries resulting from a car accident. Our personally and carefully selected Texas licensed massage therapists will work with you to determine the course of therapy that is going to be the most effective for you. All of our services are 100% hands on so you’re not spending time and your benefits on therapies that maybe not be achieving the kinds of results that are more likely when we are providing just massage focused on improving your condition.
That being said, as massage therapists we look at the body holistically and realize that everything is all connected. In order to get the best possible results that may require our therapist to treat parts of the body that are not necessarily in the immediate area of your injury. The bottom line is that we want to do whatever we can to help you to get better as quickly as possible.
One of the great things about our services that we are available to provide in home massage in Texas on evenings and weekends as well as weekdays so we want to make it as convenient as possible for you. The first step is for us to exchange some information so that we can get up to speed on your claim and then we will go about the process of securing a therapist who we think will be a good fit for you.
To get started just give us a call and we will guide you through the process. Often we can have a massage therapist right to your door in taxes within about one week from our first conversation. Give us a call today at (888)-929-9355.
Texas auto accident fact: in 2011 there were more than 58,000 auto accidents in the state of Texas.