Flexibility

Insurance Information

In-network Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield

Out-of-network  (all other insurances)

Flexible Spending Account and Health Savings Account funds are a great way to pay for services if you have a high-deductible insurance plan, or lack in or out-of-network benefits.  Not everyone may have one of these accounts. Major Credit Cards, Cash, or Checks are also accepted .

HSA or FSA

Flexible Spending Account and Health Savings Account funds are a great way to pay for services if you have a high-deductible insurance plan, or lack in or out-of-network benefits.

Major Credit Cards

All Major Credit Cards are accepted. Choose to keep a credit card securely on-file within my HIPAA-protected electronic medical record or pay-as-you-go.

Cash or Check

Cash is "King" and always accepted (exact change preferred) or personal checks, whichever makes it easier for you. 

Balls

Customized Services

I chose this approach to better meet my patient's needs and preferences. In traditional settings, patients have to wait to begin treatment, they have limited treatment options and short treatment sessions which leave them coming to therapy for weeks if not months for 30-40 minutes sessions in a de-personalized, crowded gym. In my quaint office, I truly offer 1:1 individualized sessions where you and only you will have my undivided attention. This allows for the creation of a different therapist-patient relationship based on listening and communication. Fewer co-pays will add up and allow the return to those activities you love much faster.  With this business model, you choose the length of each treatment session and have the opportunity for complementary approaches not traditionally covered by insurance in addition to those services covered within your plan. You also choose the length of each treatment session 45-minutes to 90-minutes and how often you prefer treatments.  This model decreases the wait to begin treatment, is respectful of your individual needs and preferences and when using insurance, can significantly decrease the number of visits used per calendar or plan year and the cost of copays.