Do you take insurance?
We are considered an out of network provider with all insurance plans. Please check with your provider for details. Beyond insurance, we accept all FSA & HSA cards.
Can I use my FSA & HAS to pay for my treatment?
Yes! 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?
No, 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.
Does it make sense to use an out-of-network PT?
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.