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?
Clients who choose to work with our doctors save time and money, when compared to traditional insurance-based practices. This is due to the effectiveness of the treatments. In addition, we use cutting edge rehabilitation technology that is not covered by traditional insurance. Packages are also available to lower cost for patients.
How do patients save time and money with concierge therapy?
Concierge Physical Therapy is designed to make your therapy and fitness convenient for you by creating quicker access to appointments, flexible scheduling, all while in the comfort of your own home, or in a private gym location. As an example, patients with shoulder or knee pain often require 4 - 6 visits with me spread over 3 – 4-week time with significant reduction or in most cases completely relieving all pain symptoms. In comparison to traditional insurance-based therapy model, which typically dictates 3 visits a week for 8 – 12 weeks!
How much does physical therapy cost without insurance in Florida?
Typically, physical therapy sessions in Florida can range from around $75 to $250 per session. However, it's important to note that these are just rough estimates, and the actual cost can differ significantly. We may offer discounted packages or rates based on the number of sessions or the duration of treatment. Additionally, the cost of any additional services, such as specialized treatments or equipment, may also increase the overall expense.
Can I see a physical therapist without referral in Florida?
Yes, in Florida, you can generally see a physical therapist without a referral from a physician or other healthcare provider. Florida is among the states that have "direct access" laws, which allow patients to seek physical therapy services directly without the need for a referral or prescription.
How much does the average person spend on physical therapy?
The average cost of physical therapy can vary widely depending on factors such as location, duration of treatment, type of services required, and whether or not insurance coverage is involved. Without insurance, the cost can range from around $75 to $250 per session, as mentioned earlier. The number of sessions needed for an average person can also vary based on their condition, injury, or rehabilitation goals. A typical treatment plan might involve anywhere from 4 to 12 sessions or more, depending on the complexity and severity of the issue being addressed. Taking these factors into consideration, the total cost of physical therapy for an average person can range from a few hundred dollars to several thousand dollars or more, depending on the specific circumstances and duration of treatment.