ICBC and RMT
We have selected RMT's who accept ICBC claims. Check out 'Our Team' page to see which RMT's offer ICBC treatments.
Before arriving to your appointment, please review the information below:
Things to know before your appointment:
Registered Massage Therapy and ICBC
You do not have to wait for a support and recovery specialist to contact you before getting treatment under Enhanced Accident Benefits. For the first 12 weeks after your crash, you can go for treatment with certain types of health care practitioners without the need for a doctor’s referral. Just make sure you have your ICBC claim number when getting treatment.
If additional treatments are required beyond the initial 12 weeks, your ICBC representative may require a Doctors referral note for approval of additional treatments.
Enhanced Accident Benefits are available to all B.C. residents injured in a crash, no matter who is responsible (at fault).
Enhanced Accident Benefits are here to support you in accessing all the medical and rehabilitation care available to you. And, if you're unable to work due to an injury from a crash, you may have access to income replacement benefits.
These benefits are available to all British Columbians. Whether you're a driver, passenger, pedestrian or cyclist, you'll be covered if you're injured in a crash.
Take your time with your RMT when completing the Treatment Plan. Details are important. Specific information can help create outcome markers which can be used in future if an extension and reassessment are needed. Take your time and complete the treatment plan as accurately as possible.