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Direct Billing Insurance in Brampton

Being fully equipped with the knowledge of handling insurance claims and actually executing them in real life is a daunting task. It becomes more challenging when you are juggling the demands of a busy life. Let our direct billing massage facility in Brampton help its residents to experience hassle-free access to healthcare. You don’t have to deal with complex claim forms anymore. Our team will bill your insurance company directly, making your visits to massage therapists and healthcare providers efficient.

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Dealing with the insurance paperwork acts as a significant barrier to accessing the type of massage therapy you want.

 

That is why at RMT Movement, we make it easy for you to access massage therapy with direct billing, so you have less worry on your plate to deal with. We directly get in touch with your insurance company to make the billing process easier so that you can focus on what matters the most – your well-being.

Services That Cover in Insurance at Our Clinic

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Welcome to the Top-Rated Physiotherapy Clinic in Brampton, setting the standard for exceptional care for imbalances in your overall physical health.

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Welcome to the Top-Rated Chiropractic Clinic in Brampton, setting the standard for exceptional care for imbalance in the nervous or musculoskeletal system.

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Welcome to the Top-Rated Brampton Naturopathic Clinic, setting the standard for exceptional care to achieve a healthy body.

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Uncovering the root of your problem is our priority. Our Acupuncturists  are dedicated to delivering the best care.

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Welcome to the Top-Rated In-home Massage Clinic in Brampton, setting the standard for exceptional care for imbalances in the nervous or musculoskeletal system.

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Our expert Registered Massage Therapists have additional training to provide you with a customized and rejuvenating experience.

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Welcome to the Top-Rated Foot Clinic in Brampton, setting the standard for exceptional care for foot diseases.

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Uncovering the root of your problem is our priority. Our Osteopathy Practitioners  are dedicated to delivering the best care.

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Welcome to our innovative fitness studio, where personal training takes on a new meaning.

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Empowering Wellness from the Core: Nurturing Strength and Stability with our Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist.personal training takes on a new meaning.

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  • What does direct billing mean in insurance?
    Direct billing in insurance means that healthcare providers send bills for services directly to the insurance company rather than to the insured individual. After processing the claim, the insurance company bills the insured for any expenses not covered by the policy, such as deductibles or copayments. This approach simplifies the payment process for the insured, reduces upfront costs, and provides clarity on expenses.
  • What are the benefits of direct billing?
    Direct billing benefits service providers by improving cash flow, reducing administrative burdens, and increasing collection rates, while simplifying operations and record-keeping. For service recipients, it offers convenience, reduces financial stress, enhances access to services, simplifies the claims process, and provides transparency. Payers like insurance companies and employers gain better cost control, fraud prevention, enhanced customer satisfaction, efficient data collection, and improved provider relationships. Overall, direct billing streamlines the payment process, making it more efficient and beneficial for all parties involved.
  • What is the meaning of direct payment?
    Direct payment typically refers to a financial transaction where money is transferred directly from one party to another without the involvement of intermediaries or third parties. It often implies a straightforward, immediate transfer of funds, as opposed to payments that require multiple steps or go through intermediaries such as banks or payment processors. This could involve various methods such as cash, checks, electronic bank transfers, or digital payment platforms.
  • Does osteopathy have side effects?
    Are there risks associated with osteopathy? Shortly after an OMT treatment you might feel an increase in pain, slight headache, or fatigue. These side effects are temporary, and generally disappear within 4 to 24 hours. More seriously, stroke and spinal injury have been reported following manipulation of the neck.
  • Is osteopathy different from physiotherapy?
    Osteopaths are well versed in the application of spinal and joint manipulation in comparison to Physiotherapists. Osteopaths will look to treat the body as a whole whilst physiotherapists are generally area specific and target the tissues involved and are much more likely to include exercise as a part of treatment.
  • How long is osteopathy treatment?
    In general, the first appointment will last about 45 minutes to an hour.Further treatments last around 30 minutes. Your course of treatment will depend on your symptoms.
  • What is osteopathy good for?
    Compared to traditional massage and other therapies, osteopathic manipulation is relatively low impact. Most practitioners use manipulation to prevent and treat muscle strains, tendonitis, bursitis, tennis elbow, neck pain, and other ailments. Their goal is to: Improve health across of all body systems.
  • How reliable is osteopathy?
    The analysis of reliability studies shows that the diagnostic techniques used in visceral osteopathy are unreliable. Regarding efficacy studies, the least biased study shows no significant difference for the main outcome.
  • What type of therapy is massage?
    Massage therapy is a form of manual therapy that involves moving soft tissues in the body to reduce stress, ease muscle tension, and promote relaxation and overall well-being.
  • What is massage therapy used for?
    People of all ages are turning to massage therapy for relief from the stress of daily life, injuries and chronic and acute conditions, as well as to help maintain health and wellness.
  • Is it OK to massage daily?
    Getting a massage everyday or even every two days can work wonders as long as the style of treatment is safe and effective for that frequency. Adequate periods of rest should be taken in between any type of massage. Those periods should be longer after more intensive treatment styles.
  • Is massage therapy safe?
    The risk of harmful effects from massage therapy appears to be low. However, there have been rare reports of serious side effects, such as a blood clot, nerve injury, or bone fracture.
  • Is massage good for the body?
    Massage can reduce stress, increase relaxation, reduce pain and muscular soreness and tension, improve circulation, energy, and alertness, decrease blood pressure and heart rate, and enhance immunological function.
  • How successful is pelvic floor physiotherapy?
    Our research group recently found similar results after 24 months of pelvic floor muscle training, with symptom improvement reported in 43% of women who had mild prolapse and in 34% of women who had advanced prolapse.
  • Is pelvic floor therapy painful?
    Some people may experience muscle pain or discomfort with their pelvic floor therapy, as they strengthen muscles with each session, but the pain should not be intense. Let your therapist know if you experience sudden or intense pain.
  • What does a pelvic floor physiotherapist do?
    Pelvic floor physiotherapy (PFPT) is a specialized branch of physiotherapy involving internal and external assessment and treatment of the pelvic floor muscles. Those muscles are located between the hip bones and the sacrum, and they serve as a bowl to support the pelvic organs including the bladder, colon and uterus.
  • How do you know if your pelvic floor is weak?
    Symptoms of pelvic floor muscle dysfunction leaking urine when coughing, sneezing, laughing or running. failing to reach the toilet in time. passing wind from either the anus or vagina when bending over or lifting. reduced sensation in the vagina. tampons that dislodge or fall out. a distinct bulge at the vaginal opening.
  • What is chiropodist procedure?
    It can start with a relaxing footbath, followed by cutting and filing your nails, paying attention to problems such as corns, buffing your feet and applying a soothing cream. Just like nail bars, your chiropodist can also undertake the cosmetic changes such as applying nail varnish.
  • What does a chiropodist do?
    Chiropodists are skilled in the treatment of all kinds of foot problems, and can deal with a wide range of issues – from nail-cutting to surgeries. They're able to assess your feet when you know there's something wrong, but aren't sure what it is.
  • What is the meaning of naturopathy?
    A system of treatment of disease that avoids drugs and surgery and emphasizes the use of natural agents (such as air, water, and herbs) and physical means (such as tissue manipulation and electrotherapy)
  • What does a naturopath do?
    Naturopathic doctors use natural, non-toxic healing therapies to treat patients' illnesses. Naturopathic doctors (NDs) combine modern science with traditional and natural forms of treatment. They treat the root causes of disease. They support the body to heal itself.
  • Do you offer Direct Billing?
    Yes, we provide direct billing services for your convenience.
  • What is acupuncture used for?
    The World Health Organization endorses acupuncture, and clinical studies have shown it to be a beneficial treatment for many conditions, including: Chronic pain: migraines, neck and back pain, tendonitis, sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome, fibromyalgia and rheumatoid arthritis.
  • Is TCM better than Ayurveda?
    Both doctrines have common ideas when it comes to nutrition. In TCM, nutrition is based on the 5-element theory, the doshas are of paramount importance in Ayurveda. However, both teachings have the following points in common: Eat local and seasonal foods.
  • What is the TCM used for?
    Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a complete medical system that has been used to diagnose, treat, and prevent illnesses for more than 2,000 years. TCM is based on a belief in yin and yang, defined as opposing energies, such as earth and heaven, winter and summer, and happiness and sadness.
  • Is TCM effective?
    Some psychological and/or physical approaches used in traditional Chinese medicine practices, such as acupuncture and tai chi, may help improve quality of life and certain pain conditions. Studies of Chinese herbal products used in traditional Chinese medicine for a range of medical conditions have had mixed results.
  • What causes pain in left shoulder blade and left arm?
    Pain in the left shoulder blade and arm can arise from muscle strain, nerve compression, rotator cuff injuries, frozen shoulder, or even heart-related issues like a heart attack. Acupuncture offers relief by stimulating nerves and promoting the release of endorphins to reduce pain and inflammation. Meanwhile, chiropractic care addresses musculoskeletal disorders through spinal adjustments and soft tissue therapy to realign the spine, relieve nerve pressure, and restore joint function. However, it's crucial to consult with a healthcare professional for proper diagnosis and treatment planning tailored to individual needs.
  • Is my treatment covered under ohip?
    No, our acupuncture treatments are not covered under OHIP. However, you can avail of our direct billing services through which we send your bills directly to your insurance company (Only in case if you have bought a private insurance). Therefore, you can focus on your well-being without worrying about the billing process.
  • Why is mobile massage good?
    Hiring a mobile massage therapist gives you the flexibility to have a massage anywhere you want! In your home, a hotel, at the office, or an outdoor location like by the beach or at the lake. You have complete control over the time, place, and setting of your massage
  • How do mobile massages work?
    A mobile massage therapist provides massage services for clients at their home or place of business. As a mobile massage therapist, your job duties include driving to the client's location, helping clients choose the best type of massage technique for their needs, and transporting equipment during each session.
  • What are mobile massage services?
    A mobile massage therapist is essentially a fully licensed massage therapist who is able to attend to patients or clients in their own homes. Some people prefer to receive massage treatment at home, and others aren't able to go to a massage clinic.
  • Is chiropractic good for your body?
    Chiropractic care can reduce nerve compression, relieve muscle tension, and promote natural healing by restoring proper alignment and function to the spine and joints. This method offers effective pain management for various conditions, such as back pain, neck pain, headaches, and joint discomfort.
  • Do you offer Direct Billing?
    Yes, we provide direct billing services for your convenience.
  • What causes pain in left shoulder blade and left arm?
    Pain in the left shoulder blade and arm can arise from muscle strain, nerve compression, rotator cuff injuries, frozen shoulder, or even heart-related issues like a heart attack. Acupuncture offers relief by stimulating nerves and promoting the release of endorphins to reduce pain and inflammation. Meanwhile, chiropractic care addresses musculoskeletal disorders through spinal adjustments and soft tissue therapy to realign the spine, relieve nerve pressure, and restore joint function. However, it's crucial to consult with a healthcare professional for proper diagnosis and treatment planning tailored to individual needs.
  • What does the chiropractor do?
    Chiropractors are primary contact practitioners (which means they can see patients without a referral from a GP). They focus on treating the spine by using their hands to examine and treat health conditions related to the bones, muscles and joints (musculoskeletal problems).
  • Should I see a chiropractor or acupuncture for sciatica?
    For sciatica, both chiropractic care and acupuncture can offer relief. Chiropractors may use spinal adjustments to alleviate nerve pressure, while acupuncture targets pain points to stimulate healing. Consult with both practitioners to determine the best approach based on your specific condition and preferences.
  • What is chiropractic treatment of?
    Chiropractors use therapies, such as manipulation and massage to prevent and treat problems with the musculoskeletal system (muscles and bones). Chiropractors often also provide lifestyle advice. They can guide you on ergonomics and how you move.
  • Do I need a prescription to get started with physiotherapy?
    In Canada, you generally do not need a prescription to start physiotherapy due to "direct access" policies in most provinces. However, some private health insurance plans and public health programs might require a doctor's referral for coverage. It's important to check with your insurance provider and the physiotherapy clinic to confirm whether a referral is needed for your specific situation.
  • What is physiotherapy treatment for?
    Physiotherapy helps to restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability. It can also help to reduce your risk of injury or illness in the future. It takes a holistic approach that involves the patient directly in their own care.
  • Do you offer Direct Billing?
    Yes, we provide direct billing services for your convenience.
  • What does a physiotherapist do?
    Physiotherapy uses physical techniques to help treat medical conditions and injuries. Physiotherapists are registered healthcare practitioners trained in the structure and function of the human body and its movement.
  • I have severe pain due to frozen shoulder. Can you help?
    Yes, we specialize in treating frozen shoulder, a common condition that causes pain, stiffness, and limited range of motion in the shoulder. If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms in your shoulder, reach out to our clinic coordinator at 647-201-4814.
  • Do you offer Direct Billing?
    We do offer direct billing to most insurance companies from Monday to Friday. Unfortunately, direct billing is not available on weekends. However, a receipt will be provided to you for claiming purposes with your insurance.
  • Should I see a chiropractor or acupuncture for sciatica?
    Both chiropractic care and acupuncture offer potential relief for sciatica, with chiropractic focusing on spinal adjustments and acupuncture targeting specific points to alleviate pain. Consultation with qualified practitioners and consideration of personal preferences are essential for determining the most suitable approach for individual needs.

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