Physical Therapy Evaluation and Initial Treatment (55 minutes ) - $175 ($200 starting September 2019)

Physical Therapy evaluations consist of an oral review of medical and injury history, a comprehensive musculo-skeletal evaluation of strength, flexibility, range of motion, and quality of motion, and initiation of the Physical Therapy treatment plan. Evaluations are customized to each patient's needs and may include video motion analysis, postural analysis, manual muscle testing, and balance testing. The purpose of this evaluation is to develop a plan of care with the input of both the therapist and the patient.  Treatment will start on the day of evaluation.

Physical Therapy Injury Rehab Treatment Session  (25 or 55 minutes) - $75/$135 ($80/$160 starting September 2019)

Physical Therapy sessions are based on each patient's specific needs and goals. The purpose of rehabilitative Physical Therapy is to restore a person's ability to participate in daily tasks including work, recreation, and sports after injury. You don't need to be injured to seek Physical Therapy care.  Wellness-focused treatments prevent injury and/or enhance performance. Your visit may include soft tissue mobilizations, joint mobilizations, neuromuscular re-education, therapeutic exercises, taping, and, when indicated, modalities such as ice, heat, ultrasound, and electrical stimulation.  55 Minutes visits ensures ample time for both manual therapy and therapeutic exercise.  

Physical Therapy Tune Up  (55 minutes) - $135 ($160 starting September 2019)

This is a tune up from a Physical Therapist - the movement specialists of the world! Just like a dental cleaning, an oil change, a facial, or chat with your financial advisor... an occasional physical therapy tune up is just what every body with a body needs once in awhile! This is the perfect way to work on a nagging ache, improve posture, balance, sport performance... or just get a refresher on your personal exercise routines.

Healthy Athlete/Dancer Evaluation (90 minutes) - $250 ($280 starting September 2019)

This screening is recommended for all dancers/athletes who participate in competition, performances, 3 or more hours a week of practice, or those who are looking to increase their current intensity of participation. The healthy dancer or athlete will be given a head to toe comprehensive Physical Therapy examination of strength, flexibility, and activity-specific bio-mechanic evaluation. After the evaluation, the dancer/athlete will be given recommendations for a home exercise program. Exercises will be taught during the session. After the visit, the dancer/athlete will receive a written review of the findings. The goal of this session is to educate the individual in ways to prevent future injuries and to enhance performance.

Pilates Session (55 minutes) - With Physical Therapist $135, with Certified Pilates Professional $85 (price increase in September 2019)

Pilates lessons are a special treat for your body and mind. It feels great! Pilates exercises will develop your flexibility, core strength, mind-body awareness. Private lessons will consist of mat exercises and exercises on the specialized pilates apparatus. The movements are slow and specific. During this private lesson, you will get the individualized attention needed to discover your strengths and weaknesses. It is recommended that you do a few private lessons before you participate in a group class.   

About Insurance Coverage

On the Move Physical Therapy is not contracted with any insurance companies, however, with the superbill/receipt we provide, you may request reimbursement from your insurance company. Services provided may qualify as a medical expense that can be paid for through Health Care Savings or Flexible Spending Plans. Please check with your insurance plan or employer regarding the details of your health care savings plan.

Here are some tips on finding the right physical therapy clinic for you

Many people select physical therapy clinics based on their insurance network or their referring physician's list of clinics.  Those are important considerations, but you should also consider the following:

  • Length of Physical Therapy appointments and how much of that time you will spend directly with the Physical Therapist

  • Physical Therapist's familiarity with your diagnosis or area of pain

  • Physical Therapist's first hand knowledge of your main activity, sport, or hobby

  • Friend’s feedback and online reviews

  • In addition to your physician's recommendations, seek recommendations from your coach or teammates

  • How much you will pay out of pocket before insurance starts to cover the care (you may have a deductible that you have to meet)

  • Picking a Physical Therapist and Physical Therapy clinic is like selecting the right movement mentor for you. It's important that you find a clinic setting and Physical Therapist that best serves your individual needs.