Manipulating the Stars: About Healthcare in the Movies


The process of creating film is not as easy as it looks. A huge pool of actors and actresses selected to cast to their respective roles. This can take a considerable amount of time and resources and the same can also be said with regards to the filming itself. The cast will be spending most of their day filming increasing the likelihood of them developing various illness or disease. To counter this, healthcare in the movies are being provided to help improve the overall work experience. Let us look at the onset healthcare options available for movie stars during filming.

Manipulating the Stars: About Healthcare in the Movies

Movie stars get a wide variety of healthcare benefits they can use all throughout their career. In fact, Actors and musicians are big beneficiaries of Obamacare. It should be noted that ObamaCare or is also known as the Affordable Care Act is a US healthcare reform law that expands and improves access to care and curbs spending through regulations and taxes. This in turn gives actors and actresses a huge amount of relief as they don’t need to worry too much about their health while on their job.

Aside from access to healthcare, a huge number of movie stars in the present are taking advantage of massage, chiropractor services & the like. With the help of a professional chiropractor, actors are able to find the much needed relief for their headaches and back pains. With their help, movie stars are able to get back to filming in a timely and effective manner as readily available healthcare is just about the corner.

Aside from chiropractors, several actors have benefitted greatly from the services massage therapist provides to them. Popular celebrities such as Ashton Kutcher was seen leaving Hollywood massage parlour after solo visit. The actor, 37, who is married to Mila Kunis, paid a solo visit to the Ancient Therapy Massage Parlour in North Hollywood.

Another good example is the American actress Emma Stone who just returned from the Venice Film Festival where she promoted her new movie musical La La Land. She was still looking jet lagged as she went out for a spa session in Los Angeles. The busy A-list star looked super relaxed during her neck massage as she was seen comfortably reclining with cell phone in hand and barely keeping her eyes open which she rightfully deserves.

Movie stars are not the only ones enjoying these pleasantries. Roxy Jacenko an Australian businesswoman and media personality, socialite and author, best known for her appearance on the 3rd season of The Celebrity Apprentice Australia, was happy to pay for her son Hunter Curtis, two, to enjoy a head massage and hair trim at a swanky Bondi hair salon.

We’ve mentioned famous and popular celebrities who get the healthcare treatment they want, when they need it. But what about the lesser known actors? Well it is good to hear that there are ongoing discussions about this particular subject matter. For instance, the Guilds Gear Up for Contract Talks with Producers. Hollywood’s unions are seeking a hedge against the uncertainty of what may come with the repeal or major modification of Obamacare — changes that President-elect Donald Trump has pledged to enact. Hopefully in the near future each and every one of these movie stars get the healthcare benefits they deserve regardless of their roles.

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