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Physical Therapy/Clinical Pilates:

Assessment: $250

Single Session: $185

Five Session Package: $750

Ten Session Package: $1200

Thirty Session Package: $3240

Functional Medicine:

Assessment & On-boarding Package: $1800 (8 Weekly Sessions)

Support Phase: $800 (4 Bi-weekly sessions)

Sustaining Phase: $400 (2 monthly sessions)

Total Package: $3000 (24 weeks)

Additional Sessions: $200/session

Do you bill Insurance?

No. Current insurance reimbursement requires most companies to co-treat multiple patients at once and denies many services provided at IMT & FM. We believe you deserve better and we refuse to allow an insurance company to dictate your care.

We can easily prepare a super-bill for your physical therapy/clinical pilates sessions, which will allow you to easily submit proof of your appointment to your insurance for out-of-network reimbursement.

Can I bill Insurance for Reimbursement?

  • This depends on the insurance you have, but YES, most non-Medicare patients can send “self-claims” to their insurance company for their treatments at our clinic. You should be able to print claim forms from your insurance company’s website, and send it in with the needed receipts and treatment codes that will be provided upon request at our clinic.

  • The amount of reimbursement or application towards your deductible is completely dependent on your insurance plan. If you call your insurance company to inquire about what you can expect to receive, you should ask about reimbursement for “out-of-network Physical Therapy” expenses sent in via self-claims.

  • Medicare Beneficiaries: The US government has some interesting laws that control where Medicare beneficiaries can spend their healthcare dollar and persuade healthcare providers to enroll in their system. Because we are not Participating Medicare Providers, we can only accept Medicare beneficiaries as patients when the patient does not want Medicare billed for any PT services. This request to not involve Medicare in payment must be made up front by the patient and be made of the patient’s own free will.

  • In other words, if you’re a Medicare beneficiary and are adamant about seeing us for your care even though we are not participating Medicare providers, we can help … However, the only way we can provide you with PT services is when you truly don’t want Medicare involved and you ask up front that Medicare not be billed or involved in your physical therapy care.

  • If you do want to use your Medicare benefits for physical therapy, we cannot provide you with treatment at our clinic but would be more than happy to find a good Medicare provider in your area.

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