FAQ

HOW DOES A MOBILE PHYSICAL THERAPY SESSION WORK?

Once you set up an appointment, your physical therapist will send you documents including past medical history, HIPPA release and informed consent. On your appointment day, your PT will come to your home or office with all the equipment needed for the session. We ask that you make space for a portable massage table. Your PT will perform a full examination and assessment of your current condition and fully educate you on recommendations for treatment. Every session is tailored to you and your needs, to allow for optimal recovery. Physical Therapy sessions last 45-60 minutes.

DO YOU TAKE INSURANCE?

In order to provide the convenience of coming to you, we do not accept insurance at this time. All of our services are cash pay, which allow us to be more flexible with our treatment plans and not operate in the restraints of insurance. We do provide superbills that you can submit to your insurance and may provide compensation for services. We are offering new patients specials and packages, email us today to find out more!

WHAT IS DRY NEEDLING

Dry needling is a manual therapy technique which involves the placement of a thin filament needle into muscle or soft tissue to stimulate a localized inflammatory response, increase microcirculation and reduce myofascial trigger points. Dry needling also stimulates the release of endogenous opioids, endorphins and anti-inflammatory markers into the bloodstream. This procedure is effective in many musculoskeletal conditions including but not limited to: spinal pain, myofascial pain, nerve impingement, headaches and joint pain. We also utilize cupping, IASTM and kinesiotape to reduce myofascial restrictions and promote healing.

DO YOU TREAT MEDICARE PATIENTS?

YES! We contracted with Medicare and will bill under Medicare part B services. We will need a doctor’s referral for the first treatment but can assist you in the process.

DO I NEED ANY SPECIAL EQUIPMENT IN MY HOUSE?

Nope! We come with all of the equipment needed to provide physical therapy and wellness services. If you have a home gym or other exercise equipment, that can be beneficial and can be used in your appointments.