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PRICING

Insurance Coverage

Do you take insurance?​

Yes, but the clinic is out-of-network. It means that we are not contracted with insurance companies. However, most insurance companies allow their members to go out-of-network for health care services. Going out-of-network means that you can choose to see a physical therapist who is not a participating provider with your insurance company.

How do I know if I have out-of-network benefits?

You need to call and ask your insurance prior to your first visit. Ask your insurance the following questions:

  • Does my plan include out-of-network benefits?

  • How much is my out-of-network deductible? If>0, How much has been met for the year?

  • How much is my out-of pocket? If>0, How much has been met for the year?

  • How much is the co-payment?

  • Is pre-authorization required for physical therapy services? If so, do you provide the paperwork that must be filled out?

  • Is a referral required?

  • How many visits/year are allowed?

We are aware that insurance information can be quite challenging to interpret, that is why we can take care of checking your out-of-network insurance benefits. In this case, we will need your name, date of birth, the name of your health insurance company and your insurance ID number. We will contact your insurance prior to the initial evaluation and get back to you in a timely manner with a description of your benefits. We will also verify whether you need a referral or pre-authorization before coming in. If you qualify, we will file a claim to your health insurance company to get paid after your session based on the course of treatment.

Why is your clinic an out-of-network provider?

We have decided to be out-of-network to provide quality over quantity. Insurance companies dictate clinics what they will cover and how much they will pay. That is why being an in-network provider would mean seeing a lot more patients in a day to offset the operational costs. Additionally, at an in-network clinic, you would likely see a physical therapist individually for only a few minutes, often be left alone with some passive - short term relief modalities to fill your appointment. You would also most likely have to come multiple times per week for several months. We believe that you deserve better healthcare.

At our clinic, we provide one-on-one individualized physical therapy: you will have the full attention of your physical therapist for the entire duration of your visit. We choose to spend the time to do an in-depth evaluation, using our expertise to focus on the underlying causes of your problem. Our initial evaluation is designed to insure that you understand your condition, the treatment plan, and the exercise prescription, to allow you to get back to what you want more quickly. We treat you in the minimum number of visits so that you save both time and money. 

Medicare

We will bill Medicare and any co-payments will be billed to you in accordance with the insurance policy.

Self-pay rates​

If you do not have any insurance or out-of-network benefits, feel free to contact us to know more about our self-pay rates. Payment is due at the time services are rendered.

Payment methods​

We accept checks, cash and cards.

Cancellation/No Show Fee

There will be a $50 fee applied if a visit is cancelled with less than 24 hours notice or if a client fails to attend a scheduled appointment. This fee must be settled before your next appointment. We consider your appointment effectively cancelled if you are more than 15 minutes late for your scheduled time.

If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to Contact Us.