Your Bits are in Good Hands
It is my mission to make all my new patients feel welcome, safe, and heard. During your first visit, we will review your medical history, your current issue and all the surrounding symptoms. I will then explain the examination process with full detail using models and pictures. Based on your specific level of comfort, we can complete the full exam or any part that you feel comfortable with. Feel free to bring your husband, family member or friend for a chaperone. After explaining your diagnosis and the process of your expected recovery, we can make a specific plan of care to work with your lifestyle and situation. You can expect a lot of education with handouts during your first visit, a few specific exercises or stretches for your home program (nothing too intimidating I promise), and the confidence and comfort of knowing that your healing has started, because your Lady Bits deserve the very best.
To make the most out of your appointment time, please fill out the New Patient Medical Questionnaire and New Patient Intake Forms, and bring them completed to your first appointment. The Patient Notice of Privacy Practice can be printed and kept at home for your records (HIPAA compliance).
Lady Bits Physical Therapy is a fee for service provider. I am not contracted with any insurance company so that your service is not affected by time or quality restrictions, allowing each treatments to have dedicated time and individualized care for your specific needs during each session. I will provide a superbill of charges for you to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement rates specific to your individual coverage. Treatment fee is due at time of service; cash, checks, HSA or credit is accepted. Please refer to the following out of network benefits worksheet to estimate the portion of your bill that may be covered by your insurance.
Lady Bits Physical Therapy offers all the wonderful benefits of skilled physical therapy services for the promotion and maintenance of physical fitness to enhance the bodily movement related health and wellness of individuals through the use of physical therapy interventions. What does that mean? It means you can come for individualized sessions to reach your personal goals of wellness, fitness, and keeping your bits in good shape as prenatal preparation, postnatal recovery, menopause care, or any goal you may have for your body as long as it is not meant to directly treat a medical condition. This gives you excellent access to your PT whenever you need a session. No MD referral required. This is a great option for those who need a little manual therapy session to work out a new little ache, or an encouraging nudge to get you back on track towards your personal goals. You can come just once, or as many times as you want until you reach your goals.
Initial Evaluation/Consultation (2 hours) : $300
Initial visits include the evaluation, first treatment, patient education, and assignment of your individualized home program for your specific condition.
Follow Up Visit (90 minutes): $200
Follow Up Visit (60 minutes): $150
FAQ: How many visits do I need to get better? How often do I need to attend therapy?
Answer: That depends. Most patients need 1 visit 2-3 weeks apart for the first 2 visits. Often that is enough to get things going in the right direction, depending on the severity of the condition and your commitment and consistency with your assigned home program. After that time it is common to spread appointments out every 3-6 weeks so you can practice what you've learned- and come back with any questions or to modify your program as you progress. Typically 3-8 visits will help your reach your long term goals (often less visits are needed). If the condition is more serious or you are in extreme pain it is of more benefit to plan for 1 appointment/week for a few weeks before you spread out the other visits with 2-4 weeks between treatments until you reach your goals. After your initial consult, you and your therapist will come up with a specific plan of care for your condition.
FAQ: Do I need a prescription or referral from my MD to start physical therapy?
Answer: No. Currently the state law permits you to start physical therapy for 45 days or 10 visits, whichever comes first. If your condition has not resolved in that time period or you continue to require ongoing skilled therapy, then you will need a referral from your MD. This is primarily meant to protect you, the patient, in case your symptoms are not improving; it is important to get your MD involved if further testing/imaging or other diagnosis is required. Your insurance provider may require a physician referral before the initial physical therapy consultation for service fees to be covered. It's good to check with your insurance provider regarding coverage of services.
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