Administrative Faqs

1. Do you accept insurance?

We are an out-of-network provider (we do not participate with any insurance programs) and we accept payment from the client at the time of service. You will be responsible for payments. Depending upon your insurance plan, you may have benefits for out-of-network physical therapy services. You will need to contact your insurance company to determine your policy benefits. We will supply Super Bills and any treatment related documentation that is ready for you to submit to your insurance company.

2. What is the cost of the initial evaluation?

The initial evaluation and treatment is an hour and a half in length and costs $250.00.

3. What is the cost of a visit or treatment?

Subsequent visits are usually 1-hour in length and cost $150.00.

4. What should I wear to the treatment?

Fascial release is performed directly on the skin so it is preferred that you are suitably dressed. A tank top and shorts are typical.

5. How many treatments will I need?

Everyone is different and responses to treatment are individual in nature. In most cases you will begin to see progress toward your goals within the first few visits. The frequency and duration of treatment will be decided by you and your therapist depending upon your individual goals.

6. What is your cancellation policy?

Your treatment time is set aside and tailored especially to meet your needs. Please be on time, arriving a few minutes prior to your scheduled visit. Since we do not double-book our clients, we require that you extend a courteous 24-hour cancellation notice to change or cancel any appointment. If less than a 24 hour notice is given, the full session fee will apply. A 48-hour cancellation notice is required for all first time patients.

7. Do I need a prescription for physical therapy?

No, not necessarily. In the state of Virginia, you can be evaluated and treated by a physical therapist for 30 days without a prescription. After this period is up, you will need a prescription from a physician or nurse practitioner. If you are submitting for insurance reimbursement, it is best to obtain a prescription prior to the onset of treatment since most insurance companies require one.

8. What can I expect during my treatment session?

Your treatment session will include manual therapy, patient education, review of your home self-treatment program and update of your plan of care/progress.