Chinese Massage Insurance

Chinese Massage Insurance

Two types of traditional Chinese massage exist - Tui na, which focuses on pushing, stretching and kneading the muscle; and Zhi Ya, which focuses on pinching and pressing at acupressure points. Both are based on principles from Traditional Chinese Medicine, and though in the Western countries Tui Na is viewed as massage, it technically is not. Massage of Chinese Medicine is known as Anmo, which is the foundation of Japan's Anma.

Tui Na is Chinese Medicine's Physio-Therapy. Utilized for medical purposes instead of relaxation, Tui Na works to correct the patient's problems, from musculoskeletal conditions, to diseases, cancers and even minor and major headaches. Within the foundation of Tui Na, Traditional Chinese Medicine principles are followed, from Meridian Applications to Herbal Formulas, Qigong Therapy and heated herbal application (Moxa). Technique applications such as friction and vibration are used as well.

Within the foundation of Tui Na, Traditional Chinese Medicine principles are followed, from Meridian Applications to Herbal Formulas, Qigong Therapy and heated herbal application (Moxa). Technique applications such as friction and vibration are used as well.

Our extensive insurance plan also protects damages to your personal property and premises and protection against fraudulent use of your social security number to establish credit accounts or secure loans through our identity recovery coverage.

What you do matters to the health and well-being of so many, why not give yourself the peace of mind you deserve and protect yourself with insurance? It's simple, low-cost, and instant!

To see a list of coverage provided, please see our Coverages page. We also have a Q&A guide for you to answer common questions, such as why do I need insurance and what coverages do I need? Visit our Massage Insurance Guide here.

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