We are currently accepting No-Fault and Workers Comp insurance We will soon be accepting health insurance. If you are interested in receiving treatments through health insurance or supplemental insurance benefit please leave us your information. We will contact you !
NO-FAULT AUTO INSURANCE & WORKERS' COMP ACCEPTED with NO CHARGE TO YOU. There's no waiting list, we can start your treatment immediately.
A prescription from a medical doctor is required for massage therapy and/or acupuncture to be covered. We have more than 20 massage practitioners and an acupuncturists, who are more than happy to help you through the process of getting things started. If you have any questions regarding insurance massage, please feel free to call us.
How do I start Treatment? ( please follow the steps 1-2-3 )
We are very sorry you are in pain but we kindly ask you to follow the steps 1,2,3 ! Your massage will not be covered by your insurance without verlificaton process (between your insurance adjuster and we) Mahalo for your corporation.
Ask your doctor to give you a prescription for massage and/or acupuncture.
Contact our Insurance Specialist, Sasha, at (808) 388-1594. or Nori, at (808) 722-3038 Please have form filled out (Insurance Intake form located below) and current prescription ready.
We will call you to schedule your appointment once we have verified that you are covered.
Call Us TODAY! (808) 722-3038
For a easy check in, you can print out intake form, fill out and bring it in at your first visit.
Right after your injury, massage therapy can help you recover by helping to restore balance to your autonomic nervous system. Relaxing techniques, like Swedish massage can help reverse the effects that the shock and trauma of a car accident can have on your nervous system. Massage also promotes circulation of both blood and lymph, which can help manage the swelling that usually comes with car accident injuries.
Can I expect relief right away?
Yes. Massage therapy can bring immediate relief although permanent pain-free healing is usually a series of treatments away because injured muscles return to normal slowly.
How does trauma effect muscles? Why is massage necessary?
When the body is exposed to trauma, the muscles contact to protect themselves from injury and to hold joints and other fragile body parts in stable positions to prevent injury. When the threat is no longer present, the body is often unable to release those muscles and they stay tight. Massage therapy is often needed to remind the body that it is safe now to let those muscles loose.
What Our Clients Are Saying
After a sports back injury, owner Noriko was able to place me with a knowledgeable deep-tissue therapist on short notice. Great body work at a fair fee in a nice, convenient setting. Off-street parking was a plus, as this can get difficult to find in the center of Kailua. Nori Kohana has a large staff of therapists, all with different strengths and specialties. Thanks much - I will be back (no pun intended, Sorry!). Dave P Kaneohe