Injury Massage Therapy Improves Rehabilitation after an Injury

Rehabilitating any injury can be a tiring and frustrating process. While the primary goal of physical rehabilitation is to increase strength and flexibility, it often ends before the area has been returned to its full pre-injury state. Massage plays a vital role as a supplement to standard injury rehabilitation procedures. By encouraging circulatory movement and relaxing muscles, massage helps the body pump more oxygen and nutrients into tissues and vital organs, allowing the injured area(s) to become more flexible and heal at an accelerated rate. Massage therapy is also used to aid pain management as the injury is nursed back to full strength. By committing to a regular massage program, you are doing two great things for your body. The first is preventative maintenance to avoid an injury, and the second is to accelerate the recovery process after an injury or injury is sustained. If you have suffered an injury, then book your appointment today to get your boosted healing regimen started! If someone you know has sustained an injury, have that person contact me. I am always honored to have referrals!

Benefits of Improved Rehabilitation

  • Supplements standard injury rehabilitation procedures
  • It helps the body pump more oxygen and nutrients into tissue and vital organs
  • Accelerates the rehabilitation process

Many people do not know that if they have been involved in an auto accident, they may seek out acupuncture or massage therapy as a source of treatment and have some or all of the treatments paid for through insurance. Contact your insurance agent and ask.

Massage for Motor Vehicle Accidents

Trinity Mobile Massage and Acupuncture offers Motor Vehicle Accident Injury Recovery treatments!

I have billed auto insurance companies for massage therapy since 2005. I am happy to contact the insurer, at no charge, to find out if you are covered. 

I provide the best injury rehab with therapeutic massage for my clients. I am pleased to offer this incredibly vital part of injury rehabilitation at no out-of-pocket expense (if covered by your insurance).

Colorado law requires that all auto insurance companies provide Medical Payment (Med Pay) to their insured. Med Pay is an Opt-Out Program, so you most likely have some form of Med Pay coverage if you did not opt-out. Call your insurer to verify what your Med Pay covers. Or, to make it easier, with your consent, I can call on your behalf to verify coverage. A prescription or referral from a primary care physician (MD or DO) or chiropractor (DC) is all that is required for Med Pay to cover massage therapy. It is your legal right to choose the Colorado Licensed Massage Therapist with whom you would like to work. Of course, I would be honored to be that therapist!

Before seeking massage, you must consult with a medical doctor or chiropractor to evaluate the extent of structural, nerve, and internal/external injuries to ensure that massage is not contraindicated (the reason a massage cannot be done).

“I highly recommend Michael and Trinity Mobile Massage.  After sustaining injuries to my neck, shoulder and lower back from an auto accident, I began working with him.  He is extremely knowledgeable and well trained.  The consummate professional, Michael is always punctual with a smile on his face.  His positive energy and healing touch make for an amazing experience.  In addition to therapeutic massage, Michael has incorporated Thai massage into our sessions which has been effective and beneficial in addressing my injuries.  Finally, Michael works directly with my auto insurance for billing and payment, so I don’t have to.  This value-added service eliminates a stressful step allowing me to focus on healing and my recovery.”

Reesa R., Denver, Colorado

Following a car accident, massage therapy can aid recovery by restoring balance to your autonomic nervous system. Relaxation techniques such as Swedish massage can help reverse the shock and trauma a car wreck can cause your nervous system. Massage promotes the circulation of blood and lymph, which not only reduces swelling but assists in flushing the injured area with fresh blood that is rich in nutrients and aids in faster tissue recovery. After the body experiences trauma, the muscles contract to protect themselves and the immediate joints from further injury, this is commonly referred to as muscle guarding or splinting. Even when the threat is no longer present, the body is often hesitant to release those muscles. The damage may cause trigger points and leave the muscles tight and sore. Massage therapy reminds the body that it is safe to let the muscles relax. Although massage can bring immediate relief, often, the underlying damage requires a series of treatments to reach your new normal. As healing progresses, massage therapy will help release contracted muscles, maintain and improve range of motion, and help prevent the formation of trigger points or muscle adhesions.

Call today and let my experienced hands support you on your road to recovery!

What if I have an injury, but it wasn’t from an auto accident, does my health insurance cover that, and can you bill them for my massage? The extent of the injury may require you to have a referral from a medical doctor or chiropractor. Health insurance companies are getting better about covering massage therapy. The best way to find out if massage therapy is covered is to call them. Or, with your permission, I can call on your behalf to verify your coverage. I can provide you with a receipt upon payment that will give you the information you need to get reimbursed.

"The secret of joy is the mastery of pain." ~Anais Nin


Massage Hours

Monday-Friday 9am to 8pm and all appointments are first come first serve.

Same day appointments are available but not guaranteed. Call me at 720-434-6603 to book your appointment today

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