Explanation of Services:
What is massage? Massage therapy is defined as a manual set of techniques designed to promote healing within a given scope of practice. Kiel Unger is a certified practitioner in the following types of massage therapy; he uses each method alone or together to best address each individual client’s need:
Swedish Massage - Long, gentle strokes with light to moderate pressure designed to relax muscles.
Deep Tissue Massage- Similar strokes as Swedish Massage working deeper layers of muscle tissue with moderate to deeper pressure.
Trigger Point Massage- Relieves lactic acid concentrations as identified by the therapist, who applies moderate to deep pressure for a specific period of time.
Pfrimmer Deep Muscle Therapy- Cross fiber work designed for more serious medical conditions, pressure used varies.
This list is not intended to be a complete one, as there are many other types of massage therapy, too numerous to mention. For further information, contact a professional provider of massage therapy. Or call Kiel Unger for answers to your questions (610.212.8865).
A special welcome goes out to the members of Tivity Health!
You are the newest in a growing list of healthcare companies who are recognizing all the major benefits of massage in overall health and wellness.
Other healthcare companies who cover massage therapy include Aetna, Cigna, United Healthcare, as well as Workers' Compensation networks such as One Call Care Management, some U.S. government plans, and Prime Health Services.
In fact, Prime Health Services named Kiel Unger Massage Therapy as their featured provider on Twitter:
Rates for insurance plan members vary by plan and state. Please e-mail or call for details on your specific plan.
Workers' Compensation cases are also accepted Kiel accepts patients who have open U.S. Department of labor worker's compensation cases. These cases are administered by the Federal Employees Compensation Act (FECA) Office Workers' Compensation Program (OWCP). All therapies performed under this program are provided at no out-of-pocket cost to the patient. Prospective auto accident clients must present referral from a medical doctor or chiropractor along with all relevant auto insurance information.
Please visit our Federal Workers' Compensation & Massage page for more information.
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