All visits are private one-on-one sessions.
First session (60 min evaluation and treatment): $160.
Follow-up visits (45 min): $120.
Monthly subscription (up to 3 visits/week): $800
Insurance Plans Accepted
While we are mostly a self-pay office, we have some availability to accept the following insurance plans:
- No Fault
- United Healthcare ChoicePlus
- United Healthcare Empire
- United Healthcare Oxford
- Worker’s Compensation
It’s important for all of us to feel as safe as possible, especially during a pandemic. At Silverbush Physical Therapy, every staff member is fully vaccinated. However, since our patients are of varying immunity levels, our staff wears masks. It’s recommended, but not required, that patients do the same. Our treatment tables and exercise equipment are sanitized before and after each use. Additionally, our facility has multiple windows, and is well-ventilated.
Why is physical therapy a good choice?
More than half of Americans suffer from pain – which results in missed time from work, limitations with recreational activities, and can be a precursor to opioid use and dependency. As experts in movement disorders, physical therapists are well-equipped to not only manage pain, but target its source.
Will physical therapy help me?
We believe that everyone benefits from physical therapy. Most make significant progress, but not everyone will. That’s a conversation your physical therapist will have with you. If you’ve experienced a traumatic injury, are post-surgery, or have a systemic neurological condition, you have the potential for great progress, but may never feel 100% again. The goal is to get you to your optimal level, and minimize future complications and medical visits needed. We want to maximize your independence, prevent your condition from getting worse, and get you back to things you enjoy.
Do I need a referral from a doctor for physical therapy?
You don’t for self-pay. Also, most insurances that we accept don’t require patients to get a referral. This recognizes the clinical experience of doctors of physical therapy (DPTs) and cuts out a typically unnecessary step that delays people from getting the treatment they need. If you’re unsure if your insurance requires a referral, or if it’s prudent to see an MD first, ask us. We’ll help you to make the best decision for you.
How many treatment sessions will I need?
This depends on what you’re coming in for, the severity of your condition, and how long it’s been going on. Six-twelve visits is the average amount needed. But some patients get better in fewer visits, while some need two-three months of treatment.