I am committing all of my efforts to you, rather than your insurance company. For this and many other reasons, I have opted to establish myself as an out-of-network provider. I accept direct payment and will bill your insurance on your behalf as a courtesy so you may be reimbursed directly. I also can provide you with a receipt (also known as a "superbill") that you may submit to your insurer if you would like to file the claim yourself. I am unable to see medicare patients for physical therapy services.
For many of our patients, they find paying "out-of-pocket" less expensive (and without the shock of an unexpectedly high bill) then what they would've paid using their insurance at an "in-network" clinic. Many of my patients utilize their out of network benefits to cover part of their therapy cost.
Follow Up Sessions: $175
You are welcome to use your HSA/FSA funds.
How often do I need to come?
The frequency of sessions is dependent the reason for physical therapy and your scheduling logistical parameters. I am happy to work around all parameters as needed to come up with a successful plan for PT. I don't believe most people need 2-3x/week PT sessions (like the old days) and that a good home program leads to the most success. Many of my patients see me between 1 and 4 times a month.
WHAT IS YOUR NEW PATIENT PROCEDURE?
Fill out new patient paperwork before your first visit. It will be sent to you from the patient portal. Please wear clothes that are easy to move in to your PT appointments.
DO I NEED A DOCTOR’S REFERRAL?
No, Washington is a direct-access state, which means you can access physical therapy services without a prescription. I will communicate all reports to your physician(s), at your direction.