Please find patient information below, along with our most frequently asked questions.
Payment And Insurance
Self-Payment Rates (no insurance)
|Initial Evaluation + Treatment||$120|
What is Physical Therapy?
How do I know if physical therapy is right for me?
I’m not an athlete. Can I still choose the PT Zone for physical therapy?
How do I schedule my first appointment?
Do you have parking on site?
What should I bring to my first appointment?
Before your first appointment, please fill out the patient intake forms online.
When arriving in person, please bring:
– Your insurance card (we will make a copy)
– A prescription or referral (if needed) from your referring physician
– For Motor Vehicle Accidents and Worker’s Compensation, please have a claim number, insurance adjuster, and a lawyer’s contact information ready
– Please arrive 10 minutes early to complete any remaining forms
– Please wear clothing that is comfortable and allows access to the injured areas
Does insurance cover my treatment?
What if I don't have insurance?
What type of payment do you accept?
How long do the sessions last?
How many sessions will I have?
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