Many extended healthcare plans offered by Canadian employers include provision for massage therapy. As part of your regular routine, massage is an excellent (and enjoyable) way to maintain good health and help prevent injury from the repetitive strains of your daily life.
If you're not sure whether your benefits package included massage therapy, you can either check the benefits packet from your employer or simply call your insurance provider. In order for massage to be covered by any insurance plan, the services received must be completed by a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT). You may also be required to submit a doctor's note recommending that you receive massage therapy.
Some insurance plans cover massage therapy but only up to a certain amount per visit. This may be a dollar amount or a percentage. Any amount not covered by your insurance company must be paid on completion of the treatment.
- Alberta Blue Cross
- Manulife Financial
- Canada Life Assurance
(Great-West Life, London Life and Canada Life)
- Sun Life Financial
- Green Shield
- Equitable Life
- Chamber of Commerce Group Insurance
- Desjardins Insurance
- Industrial Alliance
- Johnson Inc.
- Maximum Benefit or Johnston Group
- Standard Life
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