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720 Old Lillooet Road
Unit 200
North Vancouver, BC

604.924.6001

Open everyday.
By Appointment Only.

  • WHAT IS REGISTERED MASSAGE THERAPY?
    Registered Massage Therapists (RMT) are specifically trained to provide evidence-based hands-on care to treat many of the common musculoskeletal complaints that are associated with modern life. * Manage pain * Reduce muscle tension * Relieve stress * Encourage relaxation * Improve posture, flexibility, range of motion and circulation * Enhance post-operative rehabilitation * Improve rehabilitation after injury Therapeutic massage can be used as a stand-alone therapy or as complementary therapy for a variety of painful conditions of the musculosketal system including repetitive use, sports and trauma related injuries such as: * Frozen Shoulder *Sciatica * Heachaches/Migraines * Osteoarthritis * Whiplash * Tennis or golfers elbow * Back pain * + more ​ RMTs can be trained in manual therapy modalities such as myofascial release, deep tissue, joint mobilization, muscle energy techique, instrument assisted soft tissue manipulation, deep relaxation techniques, and prenatal just to name a few. It is important to note that all Registerered Massage Therapists practice differently, check out the bio's on our online booking to check out each of the therapist you are wanting to book with to find out their individual practice limitations and style. ​ Registered Massage Therapy is a paramedical health service in many provinces in Canada, most extended health benefits plans cover some or all of the treatment costs.
  • DO YOU DIRECT BILL TO EXTENDED HEALTH BENEFITS?
    Yes! We offer direct billing to common health benefits providers, such as Pacific Blue Cross, Canada Life, Sun Life, etc., Some exceptions apply if you would like to confirm if your therapist or your health insurance will accept direct billing please contact frontdesk@bluharbourwellness.com
  • WILL MY EXTENDED HEALTH PLAN COVER MY RMT SESSION? IF SO, HOW MUCH?
    Every plan is different, but the vast majority cover registered massage therapy. How much depends on each individual plan. It may either be a specific amount per visit or a percentage of the fee. It is best to contact your benefits administrator before making an appointment if you are concerned about reimbursement.
  • DO YOU ACCEPT ICBC AND WCB CLAIMS?
    We no longer direct bill to ICBC. Currently WCB only accepts direct billing from individual practitioners. If you have an WBC claim we suggest you talk with your adjuster to see if you can add massage therapy to your treatment without direct billing.
  • DO I NEED A DOCTOR’S REFERRAL?
    In general, you do not need to have a referral to see a Registered Massage Therapist, however, if you are using your extended health care plan some health care plans require a doctor's referral, please check with your plan administrator for the details of your individual health plan.
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