Verizon Music Unlimited offers a variety of digital music promotion programs, including music promotion through Apple Music and a limited number of physical therapy and rehabilitation services.
Apple Music users will have access to these services as of the end of March 2019, and physical therapists and rehabilitation specialists will be eligible to sign up for them through May 2019.
Apple Music users are limited to 1,000 songs, which is only available through Apple.
Apple is offering physical therapy in-app promotions and physical rehabilitation services for $20 per month.
Physical therapy and rehab services offer an additional $20 for each day you can participate in a physical therapy session.
Physical therapists and rehab specialists can earn $25 in Apple Music.
Apple also has a limited amount of physical therapists, rehabilitation specialists, and massage therapists in-house, and you can only sign up with one therapist at a time.
Apple offers physical therapy sessions through Apple Health, which will only be available for Apple Music subscribers and iPhone owners.
Apple Health lets you view and rate therapists, get tips, and track how well you are doing.
Apple also offers massage therapy through AppleCare.
AppleCare also allows you to receive $25 credit towards your next physical therapy appointment for your Apple Music account.
Apple’s Apple Health and AppleCare will also let you pay for your iPhone in-store with Apple Pay.
Apple does not provide in-person therapy or massage therapy.
Apple has also started offering massage therapy in the United Kingdom.
Apple has partnered with Bath and Body Works in the UK, and the first session will start on Monday, March 12, 2019.
You can register for Apple’s in-shop sessions at a participating Bath and Face Works outlet, or sign up online.
You will have to pay an additional £10 for each session, which should make Apple Music a viable option for those with limited funds.
AppleInsider has reached out to Apple for comment.