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  • Do I need a referral/prescription from a physician?
    You do not! Indiana offers direct access to physical therapy services so we can start getting you on the right track sooner. To continue beyond 6 weeks of care, we will request a referral to comply with our state practice act.
  • Do you take my insurance?
    Unfortunately no. We are considered an out-of-network provider. We'd be happy to discuss with you in detail how this may benefit you. In short, here's a quick list: • Cost is actually sometimes less! • Treatment is based on your needs - not what will maximize a bill to your insurance. • Your therapist will be soley focused on you. • Sessions are often more efficient - in turn often leading to fewer sessions. • More focused care = better outcomes!
  • Do you accept HSA/FSA cards?
    We do accept many HSA/FSA cards! Physical therapy is considered an eligible medical expense. You can double check your specific plan.
  • What will the cost be?
    Under the "No Surprises Act" you are entitled to a Good Faith Estimate for the total expected cost of your care. At Evolve Movement Specialists, we are completely upfront about cost - there are no hidden fees, add-ons, etc. Current rates for single one-on-one 75 min sessions are $150. This includes any treatment appropriate in your situation (evaluation, dry needling, soft tissue mobilization, joint mobilization, exercise and education, access to direct communication between sessions). There are discounted rates available via packages purchased upfront: $135 per session for 6 - 75 min sessions, $120 per session for 10 - 75 min sessions, or $100 per session for 20 sessions. Because each session is adequate length and one-on-one, it is most common to begin sessions at 1 visit per week, and then space them out as is appropriate to your needs.
  • What should I wear to my appointment?
    Because of the active nature of this setting, we recommend wearing or bringing along active wear to your appointment. In some cases such as knee/ankle/foot injuries, shorts may be preferred over long pants or leggings.
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