MORE INFORMATION ON INSURANCE-COVERED MEDICAL MASSAGE Car Accident Claims – Personal Injury Protection (PIP)
If you own a car and have car insurance, you may have Personal Injury Protection coverage, also known as “PIP” coverage (unless you waived this provision on your policy).
If you have an accident, and you have PIP, normally your auto insurance company will cover your medical needs whether it is your fault or not. You will need a prescription from your doctor, a claim number, the date the accident happened, and the name and telephone number of the adjuster from your personal car insurance company. If the accident was the fault of the other car, the other driver’s insurance is called “third party coverage.” We do not bill the other driver’s insurance for third-party coverage. We will only bill your own insurance. Please call your car insurance company and ask if they will cover your expenses under your PIP coverage and mediate with the other insurance company for you. In that case, we will bill your auto insurance for your payments. If your insurance company will not do this for you, you can still receive massage by paying when you are in the office for your treatment and seek reimbursement from the other driver’s insurance company when you settle with them.
Referring Patients To G&E SPA
We treat to your plan. When performing Therapeutic Massage, we follow your prescription or referral and are happy to provide progress reports, recommendations, and/or evaluations as requested by your office. We employ a full staff of therapists and are open seven days a week so that your patients are able to get in for an appointment on their schedule and get the care they need. We also work with auto insurance (PIP) claims.
We employ only skilled and experienced Licensed Massage Therapists with a strong knowledge of anatomy and medical treatment massage techniques. G&E Spa is a professional, therapeutic massage clinic. Our focus is on providing the finest highest-quality treatment-oriented massage. We handle billing in-house and follow professional injury assessment and charting practices.