One that your insurance pays for, of course!
While massage is considered a CAM (Complimentary and Alternative Medicine), Time Magazine recently published an article regarding research that has proven that massage can significantly decrease lower back pain, even after massage therapy services has ended. As well, Science Daily reported on research from Indiana University that shows massage provides substantial relief for low back pain in real world settings, not just in trials.
So, what does that mean for you? While most insurance companies do not cover massage services and most massage therapists do not accept insurance, you can still make it work. There are several ways to be able to get affordable massage for pain relief:Read More
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Well, I've been a therapist for 5 years now, and after many thoughts and people asking, I am opening my own office.Read More