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What types of health insurance do you accept?

We currently do not accept any insurance. We are an out of network private owned clinic.

What is your new patient procedure?

All new patients that contact our clinic will receive a call back within 24 hours. Each patient will be asked to fill out all paperwork ahead of their scheduled appointment. We will be able to send detailed paperwork to each patient via email. All new patients should bring their Doctor's referral and all imaging with them.  We ask that you wear comfortable gym type clothing for easy movement.  All new patients will have a full PT evaluation and if appropriate treatment the same day. The PT will discuss the findings and the Plan of Care with the patient when PT is medically necessary. If the PT feels that therapy is not appropriate, she will refer the patient to the appropriate provider.

Do I need a doctor’s referral?

NY State Direct Access allows a patient to be seen without a referral for the initial evaluation and then up to either 10 visits or up to 30 days, whichever comes first. The initial evaluation is counted towards the 10 visits if treatment is rendered the same day as the assessment. A NY State licensed PT must have at least 3 years of practical experience to have this privilege. After that you must obtain a referral from your Physician to continue if the PT finds the continuation of treatment medically necessary.

Insurance companies and 3rd Party Payers may not reimburse for PT services without a direct referral. Although we are a cash based clinic you may submit a out of network form to your insurance for possible reimbursement. We will be happy to provide you with this form. You would be required to have a referral for possible insurance reimbursement. 


Direct Access allows the patient to get in through the doors faster without having to wait a long time to see their physician first. Direct Access Laws are different in every state. The PT will screen each patient for any red flags and will immediately refer the patient to the nearest appropriate medical center or emergency room if needed.