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  1. Stacey Ziebarth
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Does anyone have a written brochure for professionals in the health & wellness industry to explain how float therapy services work, how they would be able to refer patients/clients to us, and processes for getting clients floats covered under the health professionals billing number? Also would include reference materials to educate health professionals on the benefits to patients.

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many thanks in advance

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Is anyone still atively looking into this?

Regards

JIm

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Hi Luke,  Thank you for your response.  We are currently using the "open source" brochure, which is great for clients and explaining floating.  But when I was in a meeting with a Psychologist a few weeks ago he suggested a brochure for us to hand out to health practitioners that is specific to them, how they can refer patients to us, how it would work as we would be using their "billing" number for clients to get float therapy covered under extended health benefits.  So something that explains floating, benefits (as the open source brochure does), but with that addition.  Plus a few links, resources to be able to research some articles on how it's helped benefit clients with PTSD, anxiety, anorexia, stress relief, insomnia etc.  


It's like a "How to" manual for them so they know it's a safe and effective form of therapy that helps multiple mental/physical issues.  And how it would benefit "their" patients, in combination with the treatments they are seeing them for.  What type of health practitioner are you?  


I would be interested in setting this up with you, if you would like to take on this task with me! 


Where are you from Luke?  Do you have a float centre?


 


Thanks!Stacey

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Also interested - would really like to put together a brochure just for the medical industry- proper terminology and information any help would be greatly appreciated- I feel like i need help from someone in the industry to have all of tho pertinent information explained in a professional document-separate from the one we use for the general public.

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