Cash Based PT

Cash Based PT

Why Are We Cashed Based PT?

We CHOOSE cash based physical therapy services because it allows us to provide higher quality care. Working with insurance companies doesn’t allow us to treat the way we feel is best for you. Here are a few reasons we believe makes cash PT the right fit for almost everyone:

  • 1

    Individualized Sessions

    Your Doctor of Physical Therapy will be working with you every step of the way. A full 60-75 minutes of our undivided attention at each session. No seeing multiple patients at once and no passing off to techs/aides/students.

  • 2

    Based On Your Needs & Goals

    We see people for goals such as being able to bend over to pick up grandchildren, competing in ultramarathons, or training for Jiu Jitsu competitions. Insurance companies will restrict treatment to certain arbitrary goals that do not even relate to meaningful changes to you.

  • 3

    Complete Transparency

    We take out the middle man. There is no surprise billing 2-3 months down the road. You know exactly what you pay and there’s no additional costs for services such as dry needling, blood flow restriction training, etc. Our treatments are based on YOUR needs.

  • 4

    Decisions Based On Our Expertise

    Why do we trust insurance companies to make decisions on how long, how often, and what kind of treatment patients get? We went to school for 8 years to learn what is best for you– they did not. We get to use our knowledge and expertise to decide what is best for helping you crush your goals.

  • 5

    Long Term Health and Wellness

     Insurance companies will stop paying for services after a certain timespan and/or amount of visits have been used. We care about your longevity and want you to excel beyond the baseline goals. We know how important it is to get you back to your active lifestyle and KEEP you there.

Can I Still Submit to Insurance?

YES! We are considered an out of network provider. Our system formulates superbills (receipts) that you are able to submit to your insurance company for possible reimbursement. Reimbursement will vary based on your specific insurance provider and your out of network deductible (it works very similarly to in network insurance).

Click this link for an insurance guide in learning about your out of network benefits


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