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Prosper Physical Therapy FAQs

Do you take insurance?

Unfortunately, all current insurance plans have major restrictions on physical therapists which makes it impossible to provide adequate care. Because of this, we choose to be an out of network provider, and we do not accept health insurance as payment.  However, we do accept all FSA & HSA cards.

Do you really come to me?
Yes, in most cases we can come provide therapy at your home. Please see our Contact page to make sure you’re within our service area.
Do you have an office location?
We currently only provide service at your home. We’re working to open an office in the Midlothian area for patients who would like to receive treatment at our office.
Can I use my FSA to pay for my treatment?

Out-of-network provider reimbursement is eligible with a flexible spending account (FSA), health savings account (HSA) or a health reimbursement arrangement (HRA). Out-of-network provider reimbursement is ineligible with limited care flexible spending accounts (LCFSA) and dependent care flexible spending accounts (DCFSA). You can use any FSA & HSA cards for payment without any hassle or extra paper work at the time of service.

Do I need a referral from a physician?

For traditional PT services (including, but not limited to: manual therapy, therapeutic exercises and activities, etc). Amanda is allowed to see you for 30 consecutive business days without a prescription according to Virginia State Law. If treatment is required beyond those 30 days, a prescription will be required. For Dry Needling services, a written prescription stating “Dry Needling” on the Rx is required by Virginia State Law.

Can you help me with my recent sports injury?

Yes! Amanda has experience with a variety of outpatient orthopaedic issues, including sports injuries and improving body mechanics/form for athletes. She loves treating athletes of all ages and sports.

Do you provide service on the weekends?

Amanda is willing to work with her clients to figure out the best schedule that fits their needs, and she may be able to work you in on select weekends upon conversation and planning ahead of time.

Does it make sense to use a “Cash Based PT Practice for my PT Needs?”
If you have visited an outpatient PT clinic recently, you may be aware of how things work. Often, you see a PT for a limited amount of time before you are then placed under the care of a PTA or PT tech/aide for 2-3x/week for about 4-6 weeks. Depending on your insurance, you may have a co-pay of up to or above $40-50/visit which you pay prior to each visit. If this is the case, it often makes sense to utilize a cash based PT practice that does not go through insurance and uses a flat based fee in order to potentially achieve faster results since the PT is able to give you individualized care.


15 Minute Discovery Consult: FREE
(on the phone or in person)

1 Hour Treatment: $110

More Questions?

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