Frequently Asked Questions 

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Do you take insurance?

What forms of payment do you accept?

Do I need a referral?

Why see a Doctor of Physical Therapy?

What should I wear to my physical therapy appointment?

Do you take insurance? 

In order to provide high quality service at your convenience and guarantee you are ALWAYS receiving one-on-one therapy sessions with a Doctor of Physical Therapy (not by a PT aide or assistant), Deconstruct Health Physical Therapy & Consulting PC is a cash-based private practice.

Typical, insurance based clinics are restricted by what insurance covers, which results in only 15-25 minutes with your physical therapist and increased time with their physical therapy aide.

The cash model allows us to provide you with personalized care without insurance based restrictions. At Deconstruct Health we offer sliding scale rates in order to keep our services accessible.

If you would like to take advantage of your out-of-network benefits we can provide you with a “Determining your out-of-network benefits guide”and a superbill to submit to your insurance. We recommend you use the Reimbursify App to assist you in submitting your claim.  

Please contact us for the current rates of our services

What Forms of payment do you accept?

We accept payment in cash, check, debit/credit card.

Do I need a Referral? 

NO REFERRAL OR PRESCRIPTION NECESSARY

People can wait weeks or months to receive a referral to see a physical therapist for their pain. Avoid unnecessary waiting while your condition worsens and get your pain addressed now. Under the Direct Access Bill, you are eligible to receive physical therapy services without a referral or prescription for 12 visits or 45 calendar days.

However, if your plan of care exceeds 12 visits or 45 calendar days have passed (whichever comes first), a physician’s referral for physical therapy and signed plan of care is required to continue receiving care.

WHY SEE A DOCTOR OF PHYSICAL THERAPY? 

If you are looking to avoid surgery, avoid or get off medications, or recover from surgery seeing a Doctor of Physical Therapy is who you are looking for.  

Practicing Doctors of Physical Therapy are licensed healthcare providers that specialize in the evaluation and treatment of neuromusculoskeletal and movement-related pain and dysfunction. We provide education and create treatment plans in order to provide non-pharmacological interventions to reduce or rid a person of pain and to improve or restore function. We also provide wellness and injury prevention related services to optimize your body for long term health.

What shoulder i wear to my physical therapy appointment?

Athletic wear is recommended due to the active nature of physical therapy sessions. Clothing that allows for easy exposure of the affected body part is also recommended (for example: wearing shorts if you are coming in for knee pain).