Washington, USA



©2016 by Path2Practice



When people are injured, the last thing they want to worry about is the bill. Make sure you got their back, and know how to handle their insurance claim.

I'll teach you everything you need to know to get claims approved and paid quickly.

Massage therapists ask me all the time: How do I bill massage for motor vehicle and personal injury claims?

When you've never done it before, it seems daunting. But it doesn't have to be. I put together this course to teach massage therapists everything they need to know to get claims approved and paid quickly, avoiding the pitfalls that end up costing others hundreds and even thousands of dollars.

This course doesn't just give you the basics of how to fill out a claim form. It's a deep dive into the rarely discussed issues that, if you aren't prepared for them, can derail an injury claim.

Therapists have come to me with problems like:

  • I've been waiting for months and still haven't received a check. What's going on?

  • My client was in a car accident but doesn't have PIP. Where do I send the bills?

  • Should I stop treating if my client is scheduled for an IME?

There are hundreds of potential snags that can easily be avoided when you know how motor vehicle and personal injury claims work, and what your legal and ethical responsibilities are.

Then there's the details about how to put together a claim packet, and what you should and shouldn't write in your chart notes.

It's the little things that matter when you're dealing with insurance companies.

You can wing it and risk not getting paid. You'll learn from your mistakes. Doing things the hard way is always an option. Or you can invest in getting the knowledge and skills you need to protect your practice and your income.


Here's what therapists who took this course are saying.

Before taking Rachel's workshop I was overwhelmed with the complexities involved with MVA/PIP Claims.  But now I feel more confident and have more structure around how to effectively treat and bill PIP clients. I look forward to future workshops!

Terry M. of Seattle

“This is a testimonial. Let your customers tell the world how great you are.”

Casey Johnson

“This is a testimonial. Let your customers tell the world how great you are.”

Kris Michaels