Massage Therapy

Massage therapy can be done in conjunction with your chiropractic or medical treatment, or as a stand-alone therapy.

We are providers for many regular insurance plans including Regence, Premera and most others.  Our treatments are also covered by automobile insurance and WA state L&I insurance.

Meet our therapists:

Joan West, LMP

My name is Joan West and I have been practicing massage for 7 years. I graduated from Ashmead School of Massage in Everett, Wa. My practice includes therapeutic, injury, and pregnancy massage.

I love the fact that I can help people have a better quality of life through the healing power of touch.

 

 

 

 

Cathrin "Cat" BarthelsMy name is Cathrin (Cat) Barthels and I have been a massage therapist for 19+ years.

I graduated from Seattle Massage School with honors, and I specialize in the treatment of whiplash-related injuries.

 

 

 

 

Medical Insurance:

Most medical insurance in Washington State offers massage therapy benefits and most major plans require referrals for massage therapy. If your plan requires a referral, you can obtain one from your medical doctor or chiropractor. We can help you contact your doctor to get the required referral.  If you contact our office with your medical insurance card, we can look up your coverage for you.

Automobile Insurance:

If you’ve been in an automobile accident, most automobile insurance plans in Washington State have personal injury protection (PIP), which usually covers 100% of your massage therapy treatment in our office.  You will need a referral from your medical doctor or chiropractor to utilize this insurance.  We can help you contact your doctor to get the required referral.  We will also need the name of your insurance company and your PIP Claim number.

Auto Accident without PIP coverage or no Automobile insurance:

If you were in an auto accident that was not your fault, and you do not have PIP coverage or do not have any automobile insurance, you may still be able to receive massage therapy in our office at no cost to you.  Contact our office and we can help you determine if you can still receive massage therapy benefits.

Workers Compensation Benefits (WA State Labor and Industries):

Washington State Labor and Industries will usually cover 100% of your massage therapy treatment in our office.  You will need a referral from your treating doctor (medical doctor or chiropractor).  We can help you contact your doctor to get the required referral.