Q: Do I need to
contact my auto insurance provider before
starting treatment with NEMC?
A: If you have not
already, you do need to report the accident.
The insurance company needs to know of any
damage or injuries that may have resulted.
Failure to report an accident to your
insurance company could jeopardize your
Please ensure that
you bring your auto insurance card, claim
number (that you receive after the report is
made), doctor’s referral and any other
relevant information to your first
Q: Do I need to see
a doctor before starting medical massage
A: After an auto
accident, you should seek treatment and
evaluation from the licensed doctor or
chiropractor of your choice. These doctors
are well trained to diagnose and treat
headaches, back, neck, and all other pain
and problems you may be experiencing and
will be able to prescribe massage therapy if
Q: Is massage
therapy covered by my car insurance
following a car accident?
A: Yes it is
covered by your car insurance company.
Massage therapy helps to relieve muscle
spasm, tenderness, and pain associated with
injuries sustained in car accidents.
Q: Who pays for my
A: In the state of
Florida, $10,000 of medical coverage is
included with your auto insurance policy. No
matter who caused the accident, the first
$10,000of medical care including doctor’s
visits, medical massage therapy, and
diagnostic procedures are covered by your
company will be directly invoiced by NEMC
for treatments so that you will not have to
pay out of pocket.
injury protection (PIP) $10,000 coverage
(required in Florida)
insurance provides coverage regardless of
fault and covers the driver and any
passengers who do not carry their own PIP.
*80% of reasonable
medical expenses – extra coverage is
*60% of lost wages
*$5000 in death
replacement services (i.e. yard work, child
care, or housework etc.)
Q: How often will I
need to go, and how long will I have to keep
going for massage therapy?
A: This is a
difficult question to answer as it really
depends on the individual and their
particular condition. If you were in a
serious accident, you may need to go as
often as three times a week to begin with,
tapering down over a period of a few months.
This will be ultimately determined by the
Q: How long will
each therapy session last?
A: Your first visit
will probably last a little over one hour,
to accommodate introductions, intake
paperwork, and initial examination
requirements. After that therapy sessions
will last approximately one hour.
Q: What do I wear
during a session?
A: You can wear as
much or as little clothing as you wish;
whatever makes you feel most comfortable.
You will be covered at all times, uncovering
only the areas that are being worked on.
Lotion or light oil is applied to the skin
to allow the therapist’s hands to glide
smoothly over the area being treated.
Q: What if I have
A: Please feel free
to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 727-525-0040 if you
have any questions concerning medical
require referral information on relevant
healthcare providers or legal
representation, I have a comprehensive
network of contacts that I will be happy to
recommend to you based on your unique needs.
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