Medicaid Health Professionals in Belton
Area auto widened to Cass County - only 3 Health Professionals were found in the city of Belton, MO.
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“"We treat a variety of patients, including those who have back and neck pain, headaches or have been injured in auto accidents, or sports injuries. I believe in getting the best results for my patients, and work with several other healthcare professionals, including general practioners, orthopedic surgeons, pain management specialists and neurologists, outside of my practice to achieve optimal health. Additionally, patients who are looking for a "wellness program" to incorporate into their lifestyle are welcome. I treat a number of patients who suffer from stress related symptoms associated with everyday life, such as headaches, shoulder tightness and low back pain.
“I always knew I had the gift of healing at a young age. It is no surprise my career is in the healing arts doing therapeutic massage. My specialties include deep tissue treatment, reflexology and Swedish massage. My philosophy is that everyone needs a massage to enhance their health. Although it feels good and it is relaxing there are so many more benefits massage has that makes it essential.
Medicaid Health Professionals
If you have health insurance coverage with Medicaid, or you're looking for Medicaid Health Professionals in Belton (or Belton Health Professionals who accept Medicaid), please contact these Health Professionals and confirm that they are either in-network with Medicaid are or can help you with your Medicaid coverage.
How to tell if Natural Health is right for me?
Belton Health Professionals have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of symptoms.
Complementary and alternative health, natural health or holistic health is a non-medical path to well-being. It sees the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of life as closely interconnected and balanced. Advocates typically use a wide variety of alternative practices, the most common of which include: Acupuncture, Chiropractic, Homeopathy, Massage Therapy, Naturopathy, Nutrition, Osteopathy, and Physical Therapy.