Do You Accept Insurance?
Our services are very unique and because of this, much of what we do is not fully covered by insurance. Most insurance dictates what services will be paid for which ultimately influences what treatment your doctor will provide.
We have found such great success with our unique services that we don't want our services to be dictated by insurance's willingness to pay only for what they deem necessary.
Although our services are, "Out of Pocket", we believe that you will in fact save money when you choose to work with us. We have worked with many individuals who have had years of chronic pain resolved. Yearly, medical bills and copays for unresolved pain can be hefty amounts. Even when using insurance, these charges add up easily overtime. Being that our goal is to discharge you with full recovery, you are likely to save money overtime.
On the other hand, many insurance companies are willing to provide some level of recompense following care. We can send you an invoice that you can submit to your insurance company for possible coverage. If you have questions about whether your insurance company will cover any aspect of care, please contact your provider.
Patients Over 65?
We have chosen not to be a Medicare provider and cannot accept patients over the age of 65 years old. If you have questions about you or someone else that is in need of care and is over the age of 65, we would love to help you find the right care. Send us an email at .
What Does a Typical Session Look Like?
A typical session begins with a Functional History going into the ins and outs of your primary complaint. Then we move into a Functional Exam, looking for the origin of your pain. Once the origin has been addressed, we begin therapy through one of a few methods.
1. Soft Tissue Therapy- similar to but more specific than massage therapy. We are targeting muscles, tendons, ligaments, and nerves that may be playing a role in your symptoms. 2. Rehab Exercise- performing specific postural strengthening movements to improve postural endurance and deload your joints. Some rehab can be at a high intensity similar to strength training. 3. Movement Coaching- teaching proper movement and postural mechanics to deload joints. This can be done for major movements like squatting/deadlifting or something as simple as sitting in a chair.
Following therapy it is advised to drink a few bottles of water to rehydrate. Occasionally homework exercises will be given to be performed between sessions.
Do You Only Work with Athletes?
The short answer, no.
We do very commonly work with High School and Collegiate athletes and sports related injuries but we do also work with the general public. We have no intention of ever just working with athletes and though we enjoy getting athletes back onto the field quickly, we believe that every individual deserves that same level of care.
Our goal is to bring the same high-quality care that professional athletes receive to the general public. We want to help you get back onto "your field", whatever that may be!