Can I get reimbursement from my health insurance company?
Heng is a Licensed Massage Therapist, as an out-of-network provider. We are not billing insurance directly.
We are able to provide receipts for reimbursement. Please check with your insurance provider about the coverage and confirm if you have out-of-network benefits for Massage Therapy (CPT Code: 97124).
A massage prescription is required by your insurance provider for insurance reimbursement.
Please receive a provider's
(OBGYN/ Family Doctor/ Midwife / Nurse Practitioner / Chiropractor/ Physical Therapist/ Naturopathic Doctor) massage prescription with Diagnosis Code ICD-10 for Massage Therapy (CPT Code: 97124), we can provide you with receipts for reimbursement.
What payment methods are accepted?
When is the best time to book a prenatal massage appointment or a postpartum package?
Once you know you are pregnant.
What should I prepare for my appointment?
Please get ready for your appointments on time. Try to arrange the feeding time before our appointments. Try to have a quiet and separate room from other family members. We can always pause if you need to nurse your baby. Heng can teach you Hands-free Breastfeeding positions, so you can nurse your baby, while receive a postpartum massage.
What should I wear?
This is completely up to you.
Wear as little or as much as you feel comfortable in.
You can choose to lie down on your own bed or on the floor.
Sheet-draping techniques are used to maintain privacy and comfort during the session.
What if I need to cancel/postpone an appointment or a package?
We understand. Life Happens!
There is no deposit or cancellation fee.
Due to a tight schedule, there may be no availability to reschedule your appointments.
Do you travel outside of your service area?
No. Our service areas are including most cities on the Eastside of King County.
Please let us know how we can help. We are networking with other LMTs. We would love to refer you out.
How regularly do the experts suggest a prenatal client receive a massage?
A standard treatment plan for a pregnant client with a doctor's permission includes:
The First Trimester - as needed;
The Second Trimester - At least once every two weeks,
The Third Trimester - Once a week, with twice per week in the last two weeks of pregnancy.
The labor tends to go more smoothly if you don't go in with a lot of tension.
How often should I get a postpartum massage?
New mothers can receive their much-needed postpartum massage therapy soon after delivery. We highly recommend you start a postpartum massage within the first 14 days after birth. The mothers who experience massage therapy compared to mothers without massage therapy show lower stress levels, faster healing speed, and more milk supply.
The golden recovery time is the first 2 weeks.
It can be as early as 12-24 hours after the birth, 3 days, 5 days, 7 days, 9 days, 11 days.
Then, you can go 2 or 3 times every week, until you reach about 6 weeks.
After your 6-week postpartum checkup at your OB/Midwife's clinic, you can start your physical therapy or exercises.
From 6 weeks to 6 months, you can go once per week for maintenance.