• Direct Billing Availablle through our newest RMT

    Our newest team member Ai Roth will be offering direct billing to extended benefits and insurances!

    She direct bills for the following: Pacific Blue Cross, Manulife, Great West life and Sunlife


  • ICBC CLAIMS - HOW DOES REIMBURSEMENT WORK?

    We have had a few encounters with individuals that have an ICBC claim and require massage therapy services. We just wanted to clarify how the payment process works, so that there is no miscommunication between both parties.


    ICBC only pays a portion ($23) of the private massage price. The therapist directly bills ICBC that $23 portion that the client did not have to pay. However, they still have to pay the rest of the portion of the massage that the $23 did not cover for services rendered. We do not directly bill the whole portion of the massage to ICBC. 


    Example: A 1 hour massage initially costs $110. All ICBC claimants, once given the go ahead by their adjuster are covered up to a specific amount of massage appointments. Their adjusted fee for a 1 hour massage is now $87 instead of $110 that is payable at the end of the appointment. 

     


  • Massage Fees Changing in 2018

    Hello everyone!

    As of Jan 1st 2018, Remedy is updating the massage fees to stay competitive and keep in line with other registered massage therapy clinics in Richmond. 

    New fees effective Jan 1st 2018

     

    Private
    Recommended Initial Visit (45 minutes)
    30 minutes – $60.00
    45 minutes – $90.00
    60 minutes – $110.00

     

    ICBC
    Recommended Initial Visit (45 minutes) 
    30 minutes – $37.00
    45 minutes – $67.00
    60 minutes – $87.00

     

     

     

      



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