Acupuncture / Kinesiology (Active-Rehab) / RMT
All you need is your ICBC claim number
NO upfront cash payment! NO doctor’s note required!
ACUPUNCTURE, KINESIOLOGY & RMT WORKS FOR MOST INJURIES SUSTAINED FROM AUTO COLLISION
You are eligible for 12 pre-authorized acupuncture, kinesiology and RMT treatments for motor vehicle accident (MVA) injury within 12 weeks of the date of the accident. ICBC will cover for care and treatment for drivers, passengers or pedestrians that have been injured in a MVA. We may extend the coverage If additional treatments are needed.
KINESIOLOGY & RMT
A combination of Acupuncture, Kinesiology & RMT treatments will help you for quick recovery. It can treat headaches, neck pain, back pain, numbness & tingling, fatiguem spasms, anxiety/PTSD, memory loss and insomnia.
Acupuncture Is A Highly Effective Method For Treating Personal Injuries
Acupuncture can reduce pain and discomfort from auto collision injury. The body is especially sensitive right after an accident, local treatment can sometimes aggravate the injured area by causing more inflammation.
Traditional acupuncture is not only treating the local pain areas like “IMS (Intramuscular Stimulation”, traditionally so-called “Ashi (local pain) points acupuncture” but also, it utilizes distal points such as ear acupuncture points to regulate our nervous system and induce endogenous opioid release for pain reduction and treating Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Common Symptoms Of An Auto Injury
Which We Can Treat
Pins and Needle Sensation
Lower Back Pain
High Blood Pressure
Acupuncture Can Treat Both
Body And Mind
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a common mental health problem suffered by people following a serious car accident. For many car accident victims, PTSD is a very real concern. If left unchecked, PTSD can be lead to more serious problems like depression, drug or alcohol dependence, thoughts of suicide, and physical health problems.
Acupuncture effectively treats PTSD. Researchers conducting a randomized controlled study of active duty US military service personnel concludes that acupuncture significantly improves patient outcomes for PTSD patients. Acupuncture also induced secondary improvements: reduced depression and pain, improved mental and physical health functioning.