Do our hands get sore? Yes! But more often than not it's our feet!
Will I be sore after my massage?
Yes! (Sorry!) It is quite common to be sore for a few days after your massage. You can feel tender to touch and this can last up to 4 days. We recommend drinking lots of water and having a warm shower after your massage. If you are in severe pain, it feels catchy or you experience numbness or pins and needles please contact your remedial massage therapist immediately for further advice.
Is there Car Parking at Just Knead It?
Yes! We have an offsite car park located on Catherine Street. Drive up to boom gate of the second car park. It will automatically open. You can purchase a $3 token from Just Knead It Reception to exit. Otherwise there is street parking. PLEASE note that Annerley Road is now a clear way between 6am - 9am and 4pm - 7pm. To See exactly were we our check out our contact us page.
How much are Remedial Massages at Just Knead It?
For our prices check out our Remedial Massage Services Page! (Click Here) Don't forget to sign up to email list to recieve $10 off your first massage!
Does Just Knead It do Gift Vouchers?
Yes we do! You can now buy them through our online store! Alternatively you can call us on 3891 7629 and pay over the phone. We can either email you an online version of your massage voucher (if you are in a hurry!) or mail you out a hard copy massage voucher.
What types of massage do you do at Just Knead It?
To ensure we are the best at what we do we keep our list of services short. We specialise in Deep Tissue, Sports, Remedial and Soft Tissue Massage as well as Myotherapy. We also do pregnancy massage and treatment of kids and teens.
How long before a race/ event should I get a massage?
We recommend getting a massage at least 4 days before an event. This will allow your body enough time to recover from the massage whilst still ensuring you benefit form the affects of the treatment. If you have never had a massage and are looking at getting one before a competition we recommend getting one the week before the event - just to see how you react to massage. It would be terrible to do all that training and feel flat on race day because your body is not used to massage. For more information please see our blog.
Can I claim my Remedial Massage Back on Private Health?
Yes! Just Knead It has HICAPs which allows for 'on the spot' claims of remedial massages. The only one that we cannot process on the spot is HCF as they do not allow on the spot processing in Queensland. We can email you a receipt a you can claim online.
What happens if I don't have my private health card on me at the time of my remedial massage?
No Worries! We can email you a receipt so that you can claim back your massage online. Otherwise you can pop back in with 24 hours and you are able to swipe your health card to claim your remedial massage 'on the spot.'
If I use up my remedial massage allowance with my health fund can I use another person's on the same card?
Unfortunately you can not use another person's massage allowance on the same card if your run out. Health Funds are very strict with this and do regular audits of remedial massage companies in Brisbane. If we allow you to use another person's name we can potentially lose our registration with health funds and no one would be able to claim their back remedial massages. We hope you can understand why we cannot allow you to use another family member's name.
Which is the best health fund for Remedial Massage?
This is difficult to say as even though some health funds give you back more money each time often that amount runs out more quickly. Quite often AHM, health.com.au and NIB give back more than other health funds. However like we said earlier, this usually means that the massage allowance runs out quickly. If you are looking to change health funds specifically for remedial massage have a look at the amount allocated for Remedial Massage (Most allocate between $100 - $200 anything about $200 is good). Think about the frequency that you get remedial massage. Also check to see what remedial massage is grouped with Chiropractics or Physio. (Which ones do you use more? This way you can calculate which fund is going to be the best for you.