Reviews for Stonecircle Massage

7 customer reviews

Average rating:5

 
  Very satisfied!
I've been a customer of Stonecircle Massage for 2 or 3...
by Nick W on 08/01/2014
  Stellar
Don gives the best massages that I've ever had! He is...
by Melanie R on 06/04/2014
  Outstanding
I've already recommended Stonecircle Massage to a few of...
by Sandy B on 05/30/2014
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Donald F. Schiff, BS, CAMT, NM LMT #8

Petroglyph.avatar3718 Campus Blvd. NE

Albuquerque, NM 87106

(505) 280-4195

I’ve been practicing Massage Therapy since 1983.  I currently specialize in clinical pain relief and injury rehabilitation (a.k.a. “medical massage”) for a variety of acute and chronic problems like:

acute and chronic pain,
car wrecks and whiplash,
migraines and other headaches,
sports injuries, TMJ disorders,
frozen shoulder, tendinitis,
sciatica, plantar fasciitis,
carpal tunnel syndrome, etc.

People come to me because they hurt!  I can almost always help regardless of the source, severity, or duration of the pain.

I am certified in advanced myofascial techniques [CAMT] by Advanced-Trainings.  I also use a wide variety of other techniques I’ve learned in 30+ years of professional practice.  I can bill car insurance if you’ve been in an accident, and I take letters of protection from attorneys. I will bill Workers’ Compensation only with a pre-authorization and specific prescription. Many of my clients pay me through their Medical Savings Accounts (MSA) or Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA). I can swipe the card or give you a receipt the benefits manager will accept.

Health insurance ought to pay for massage, but it rarely does.  Check your policy.  If it covers treatment by massage therapists, I’ll give you paperwork so that you can be reimbursed. However, I will need payment in advance. As the Government Relations Chair of my professional association, AMTA-NM, I assure you that we are working tirelessly on getting massage covered by health insurance as an “essential benefit” under the Affordable Care Act. That could happen on a state-by-state basis, but it’s not likely here unless the political climate changes.  Until we succeed your payment options are limited.