The goal of a Movement Recharge is to improve what your body needs to move and feel better to leave you re-energized and feeling better. A physical therapy evaluation looks specifically at one or multiple issues or concerns and helps you determine a long term plan to address those.
A movement consultation is where we break down your physical history and assess your movement to create a long term plan and program. This is a specific plan for you to meet your needs, wants, and goals.
We do not take insurance directly, but you do have the option to use it. Most of our clients use HSA/FSA money to pay initially and then submit their invoices for reimbursement after treatment. We will provide all the necessary documentation for you to submit.
We do not take insurance because this allows us to treat you as a whole person and not just an injury. This reduces the insurance’s ability to dictate your care including areas treated, techniques used, and time spent in therapy.
Unless there is a “significant” injury typically it is recommended to see your physical therapist first as this can help save money, prevent unnecessary tests, and start the treatment process right away. If you are not appropriate for physical therapy then we will help to guide you to the correct doctor and speed up your medical process.
Performance coaching at Paramount is about improving every aspect of your life from the way that you look, to how you feel, to how you move. We not only focus on primary movements but foundational movement skills that are applicable to daily life. The personal attention, interaction, and individualized programming approach goes above and beyond generic programs found elsewhere.
No. Anyone can come to physical therapy without a referral. Just give us a call!
You are able to see any physical therapist you want at any time. You can always come to see a physical therapist to continue to address strength, stability, or anything you feel needs improvement for you. We bridge the gap for many clients who transition after discharge from hospital systems to get back to what they love to do and feel they are back to 100%.
Physical therapists and performance coaches each specialize in different areas. Our physical therapists tend to focus more on your softwear (neurological system) while performance coaches focus more on your hardware (musculoskeletal system). It is important to help these two systems work together as well as help your body recover from your training session. The working relationship between PT and performance coach is a difference-maker in total wellness.
No. Just like any business, your doctor will encourage you to see a physical therapist in their system, however, you have the right to go to any physical therapist at anytime. Plus, we constantly communicate with your doctor so there is no loss in communication.