You DON’T need a physician referral to be evaluated by a Physical Therapist!
If you aren’t in one of the states listed under the physical therapy page then you can still get expert advice from Dr. Abby.
This is a consultation appointment. If you have been through therapy and are unsure where to go next with your continued progress, if you are unsure of what you need for that nag or niggle, or if you suffer from chronic pain and want to start exercising but don’t know where to begin this is for you!
If you don’t know which service to choose always reach out and I will help you schedule the correct one!
Includes evaluation and subjective interview of complaint through video chat as well as a thorough explanation of injury, injury prevention, and rehab exercises.
All visits are approximately 30 minutes
Initial Consultation: $75
Follow-up Consultation: $50
If you do not see any available appointments that will work with your schedule reach out to therunnerdoc @ gmail.com and Dr. Abby will work with you!
We currently are not accepting insurance at this time, however, if you would like to self-submit to your insurance company for reimbursement, we are happy to provide a super bill and all the information for you to submit!
We also accept FSA and HSA cards.
Why cash based and not insurance?
A cash-based model allows Dr. Abby to do what is best for you during treatment without having insurance dictate what will be paid for. This allows you to receive the best and most individualized treatment without restriction. We think it is important to be 100% transparent with our pricing, allowing you to make the decision if it is economical for you and/or your family.
Most places want you to come in 2-3 times per week for a minimum of 6-8 weeks. With a lot of high deductibles, co-pays, and visit limits, you end up spending sometimes $90-$100 a visit WITH INSURANCE!
Multiply that by 2-3 and you’re spending $180-$279 per week (with insurance).
Multiply that by 6-8 and you are spending $1,080-$1,440 for your treatment plan…and a lot of times you aren’t the only one being treated at that time and your treatment is 30-45 minutes. PLUS they have to follow insurance rules for time requirements on codes that they bill and typically have to treat 1 body part at a time instead of encompassing the whole person.
Having a 1-on-1 individualized treatment will ensure that you are getting the best possible care and value for your money while focusing on only you and getting you better faster!