Common Questions About My Practice

How do I pay for treatments?

You can pay for your treatment by cash, cheque or credit card. I do not have a debit machine in the office and cannot accept debit cards for payment of services.

Can I claim your services under my Massage Therapy plan?

Yes, Matrix Repatterning and Rekinetics can be claimed as Massage Therapy under most extended health plans.

Do you claim treatments for your clients?

Yes, I do. Depending on your insurance carrier I am able submit your treatment claim for you. This is how it works:
You pay me for the treatment received, then I submit the treatment information to your insurance company. A few days later you’ll notice your insurance company has deposited money into your bank account.

Do I need a doctor’s note to get covered for treatment?

Maybe. In my experience most people do not require a doctor’s note to get covered for massage therapy. Some insurance companies do request it however, so it’s good to make sure before your initial appointment.

What should I wear for the treatment?

Wearing comfortable, loose fitting or stretchy clothing is advised as this will improve the effectiveness of my assessment and treatment. Treatments do not require you to undress.

How long will it take for me to feel better?

The answer to this question depends on a person’s injury history as well as any current irritating factors that exist in one’s diet and lifestyle. When people come in for Matrix Repatterning and Rekinetics I encourage them to commit to 3-4 treatments. Within these first few treatments a person will know if the therapy is working for them and if they want to pursue it further. For many people, 8-12 45 minute treatments is enough to help reduce their chronic ailments by 80%. There are always exceptions to the rule however and some people require more than 12 treatments.

Is there free parking at your clinic?

Yes, there is free parking at the front and side of the building. If all of the parking spots are taken please park along 1st avenue west, between 9th and 10th st. west.