Massage Therapists In Puyallup Provide Reliable Services Covered By Insurance

May 29, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Puyallup, Washington based Unlocking The Body Massage Therapy is pleased to inform their customers that they may be eligible for treatments covered under their insurance. The staff of Unlocking The Body Massage Therapy has invited residents of the Puyallup community and its surrounding areas to more thoroughly explore the treatment options available to them, and the company is eager to offer its experience in helping customers figure out the essentials.

Jennifer Bull, a prominent massage therapist in Puyallup and owner of Unlocking the Body Massage Therapy, said, "Many people are unaware of the fact that Massage Therapy is a covered benefit under most Health Insurance plans. Although we strive towards providing a service that can be affordable to anyone within the community, there are some cases where a patient may need to attend treatment for a number of sessions. These may add up to a considerable amount of money, which can be eased with the intervention of an insurance plan."

By aiding their customers in this manner, the company hopes to ease the economic impact on their clients, especially for cases where they may have been injured in a car accident, hurt on the job, and so on. Unlocking the Body Massage Therapy takes pride in helping their patients in every step of this process. Following the initial consultation, the company's staff will investigate the total coverage given by a specific insurance provider, and even help customers contact a reliable physician to obtain an adequate diagnosis as this is often the first step required by insurance plans.

Unlocking The Body Massage Therapy seeks to make receiving a massage in Puyallup an easy experience for their customers. For this reason, and more, they include a first-time patient special to encourage people on the fence to try the service. Through this initiative, new customers are able to experience any given service provided by their company’s licensed massage therapists at an affordable price.

Bull said that, "There are many times where a patient neglects the care they need because of the lack of information on the subject. They resort to other ineffective solutions to their ailments, some of which can be more expensive than a full treatment—and they do not even show a positive impact on the patient's condition. We do not settle for just providing these services to the community, but we also educate them on why it is important, and what are the best ways to get it. Ultimately, it's up to the patient to decide what is their preference, although they will now be able to make an educated decision."

The services provided by Unlocking the Body Massage Therapy include Craniosacral Therapy, Fascial Stretch Therapy, Medical Massage Therapy, Prenatal Massage, Breast Massage, and many others. Further details regarding the company’s treatments and services can be found on Unlocking the Body Massage Therapy's website.

One of the most popular services that Unlocking the Body Massage Therapy provides in the Puyallup community is their "Day Spa For Women," where customers may choose the length of a massage's duration, for one person or more, in a room filled with fragrant candlelight and relaxing music.

After visiting the Day Spa For Women In Puyallup, a pleased customers said, "I was gifted this service by my partner, and I couldn't be happier with it. It was extremely relaxing, and I did not know how much I needed this until I was treated to it. This was my first time getting a massage from a specialist, and I will definitely come back in the future, as Unlocking the Body Massage’s Therapists are outstanding at their job."

Unlocking the Body Massage Therapy has a near perfect review score of 4.5 Stars on the Google platform, where another satisfied customer wrote, "Unlocking the Body Massage Therapy's ambient atmosphere is relaxing and makes you feel truly comfortable. The office is very progressive, with the most cutting edge techniques. Every member of their staff is friendly, efficient, and incredibly helpful, always treating their patients as the top priority. I have been treated by three different therapists of Unlocking the Body Massage Therapy, and I have been more than happy with all of them. I'll definitely be returning, and recommend them fully."

For more information on the company's services, customers may contact Jennifer Bull, or visit Unlocking the Body Massage Therapy's website. The company may also be reached via their social media platforms.

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For more information about Unlocking The Body Massage Therapy, contact the company here:

Unlocking The Body Massage Therapy
Jennifer Bull
(253) 970-8256
info@unlockingthebody.com
8112 112th St Ct E, Puyallup, WA 98373

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