First Appointment: During your initial visit, I will take your medical history and perform a whole body examination to evaluate where your symptoms are coming from.
A one-on-one, hands-on treatment based on my findings will follow. This will take over an hour altogether. I will be re-evaluating your body during the treatment to assess how you are responding and for what we should do next.
At some point during your visits, I may instruct you in exercises to further your progress. This may be immediately or sometime much later, depending on your particular condition. My primary goal is to get you out of pain.
Because of the type of treatments I provide, it is best if your body has a period of rest afterward to promote healing. Drink plenty of water and avoid strenuous exercise for 2-3 days.
Parking: There is free parking in front of the building. If spaces are not available, there is plenty of metered parking directly on the street. Please arrive early enough to relax before your treatment.
Clothing: Loose, comfortable exercise clothing is recommended.
Treatment: 1x/week for 3 to 4 weeks and then a re-evaluation. Most people feel significant improvement within 4-6 visits.
Cost and Payment: The initial visit is $160 and the follow up visits are $120. The visits are a full hour long and the first visit is a little longer.
In an attempt to keep overhead costs to a minimum and not pass them on to patients, I currently do not accept card payments, but rather checks or cash at time of service.
Cancellation Policy: A minimum notice of 24 hours is required to avoid being charged for the treatment.
Insurance: I am an out of network provider with insurance companies. This means that you will have to pay me at time of service. I will provide you with an invoice that you can submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. It is suggested that you call your insurance company beforehand and inquire how much they will reimburse and if a physician’s order or pre-authorization is needed.
If you had a Motor Vehicle Accident, I will bill your auto insurance directly and you don’t have to pay anything, as long as you have not exhausted your PIP benefit.
I am not enrolled as a Medicare provider.