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Where are you located?My Office is located in Salmon Creek at 1311 NE 134th St, Suite 107, which is right behind the Wayside Market /Shell Gas Station on 134th St. Every client is taught how to treat themselves at home using self-treatment techniques, activity modification strategies and corrective exercise. You will receive a personalized treatment program for treatment and long term prevention of your condition so you can stay happy, healthy, and mobile without needing more pain medications, injections or surgery
Do I need to be seen in person?Short answer: No! The good news is that clients get amazing results in-person and on video for years. Yes, there are some conditions where seeing you in-person in our clinic will be helpful and yes, there are many conditions where meeting with your doctor of physical therapy via secure video will help you get 100% of the results you expect. During your initial call or visit I'll make recommendations and give you a prescription based specifically on your needs and what's going on with your body. This may include a mix of in-person visits and video visits or either all in-person or all video. The online portal was designed to minimize the need for in-person care, lessening the expense and reliance on traveling to get treatment. It is truly a revolution in helping with aches and pains that has helped thousands around the world! Please feel free to discuss any concerns withyour therapist at your initial visit because I'm here to help guide you to the best results possible.
Are you in-network with my insurance company? I Want to Call My Insurance to See if I Have Any Out-Of-Network BenefitsWhen people hear that we’re “out-of-network” they usually want to call their insurance to see what benefits they have… as they should! But we have some advice for you if you’re thinking this. If you’re going to do some investigation regarding your PT benefits, you might as well get the FULL PICTURE. People usually just ask… “Do I have any out-of-network benefits?” And if the answer is “no”, or “only after $X,XXX deductible is met”, they then immediately think, “well I guess I’ll stay in-network”... but this person still has no clue how much the “in-network route” will cost them, or what the value comparison is. So, please take advantage of the two checklists below to make sure you have all of the information you need to make the best decision for yourself. Knowledge is power, right? What to ask your insurance agent: Do I have an in-network physical therapy deductible? If so, how much will I have to pay out-of-pocket before you will help cover my in-network PT costs? What is my in-network co-pay? Do I have an out-of-network deductible? If so, how much is it? What is the easiest way to submit a self-claim?
What if I Still Want to Call Around to Find a Place That Takes My Insurance?This can be a totally sensible thing to think about and want to do. We just want to make sure that you fully understand the difference in cost and quality care that you’ll be receiving. Sometimes going in-network is just as expensive or more, and for a lesser experience and results. So we highly encourage you to use the checklist below when calling around to get the facts straight about your PT options! What to ask a Physical Therapy Clinic: How much 1-on-1 time will I get with the doctor of physical therapy each visit? Here sessions average 50-70 minutes of 1:1 time with your doctor of PT. Will I have the same PT every session? Here you will always have the same PT! How many visits per week are typically prescribed? Here it’s never more than once per week, and sometimes we are even able to spread sessions out over longer periods of time. How long is the average plan of care? Here it averages 6-10 weeks but varies greatly depending on the specific case. Do your PTs specialize in the services I need? Here we specialize in athletes, active adults, and especially runners Can you guarantee that I will never get a surprise bill? Here we always guarantee that you will always know exactly what you are paying for and will never be surprised with a bill.
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