We are a cash-based physical therapy company in order to avoid restrictions from third parties placed on the way that we provide our care. We are able to treat our patients as a whole rather than only focus on one area at a time (as insurance dictates we must do) with this approach. Patient’s will be treated by a Doctor of Physical Therapy during the entirety of their care and will have the ability to communicate with their therapist between sessions at no additional cost. A superbill can be provided at the patient’s request for the patient to submit to their insurance company for possible reimbursement. It is the responsibility of the patient to understand their insurance coverage for out-of-network providers.

  1. Premium one-on-one care with a Doctor of Physical Therapy each visit (no switching therapists, no assistants, no aides)

  2. Patients will often improve faster resulting in a lower frequency of sessions due to individualized treatments.

  3. No surprise medical bills since payment is due upfront.

  4. We can treat patients as a whole rather than only focusing on one area of the body at a time (how insurance dictates).

  5. You could actually save money in the long run. In-network therapists may have patients attend sessions 2-3x/week for 8-12 weeks. If a patient has a $50 copay each visit, this could total $800-$1800. Whereas if a patient is seen by Pelvic Solutions requiring only 6 visits after initial evaluation, the total would only equate to ~$1,000.

It has been found that the cash-based models help patients to achieve their goals faster since the therapist is able to provide individualized one-on-one care for each patient. In a traditional outpatient clinic, most therapist will have patients attend sessions 2-3x/week for up to 8-12 weeks. In an out-of-network setting, patients average 6-10 visits following the initial evaluation.

No, in the state of Virginia, as of 7/1/2023, you may be seen direct access by a DPT without a referral from a physician. Although, some insurance companies require a referral in order to receive reimbursement. It is the responsibility of the patient to know the policies of their health insurance carrier.

Unfortunately, no. We only evaluate and treat females at this time.

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