Frequently Asked Questions


Gain insight into our clinic's approach and what to expect when you visit us.

Where are our therapists seeing patients?
Is there a waiting list for new patients?
How does in-clinic physical therapy enhance my recovery?
How are exercises prescribed to me by our therapists?


Details about how to schedule, prepare for, and manage your appointments.

When and where can I have my appointment?
What is your cancellation policy?
How do I prepare for the session, and what should I wear for physical therapy?


Information about insurance, payment methods, and session costs.

Is physical therapy covered by insurance?
Do I need a prescription (referral) to see a therapist at our clinic?
How much is a physical therapy session at our clinic?
Does Medicare cover in-clinic physical therapy?

Our Physical Therapists(3)

Learn more about our skilled team and the conditions we treat.

Who are our physical therapists?
What conditions do our physical therapists treat?
Can I see the same physical therapist every session?

General Questions About PT(3)

We understand that you may have questions about our services and how we can help you achieve your physical therapy goals.

Do you accept insurance?
Currently, I accept Medicare. I do not accept any other insurances at this time. As a concierge Doctor of Physical Therapy, to provide the highest quality of care possible, accepting limited insurances allows me to maintain this standard. For other insurances, we are considered out of network.
Is concierge Physical therapy expensive?
How do patients save time and money with concierge therapy?
How much does physical therapy cost without insurance in Florida?
Can I see a physical therapist without referral in Florida?
How much does the average person spend on physical therapy?

Questions For Us (3)

Our team is always available to answer your questions and provide you with the support you need.

Can you do adjustments?
Yes, our doctors us a non-aggressive approach to postural and spinal adjustments. We utilize pro-adjustor methods which involves light mobilizations on the spine to correct spinal issues. In addition to a series of postural movements to then help stabilize the spine and hips.
How long are the sessions?
What is your typical process of working with new clients?