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PT Evaluation 

After we find a date that works best for you, I will arrive at your home at the time we’ve agreed upon. I will wear a mask, sanitize my hands and I will set up my treatment table in a place you have selected. I will perform a thorough physical therapy evaluation during which I will give you my full attention and listen carefully to your concerns and goals. I will educate you regarding my findings and with as much input as you’d like to give, we will discuss the plan for care going forward. 

Follow up visits and treatment 

Each visit will be 1 hour of skilled intervention. Your past experiences and impression of what will be most helpful during your treatment time will be expertly married with my professional opinion and knowledge of what will be most effective in getting the results you want and need: massage, joint mobilization, functional dry needling, strengthening exercise and stretching will make up the majority of visits. Each visit will be tailored to your needs and preferences. 

Communication and Trust 

I believe it is paramount to every relationship that there be good communication. I promise to listen to you. I will earn your trust by using my expertise to meet your needs. With these essential aspects in place, I believe you will have a wonderful experience with Be Well Physical Therapy.


$130 per visit. There may be a small additional charge for travel greater than 10 miles. I accept payment by credit card, HSA/FSA account, check, Venmo and cash. In most circumstance I can provide a receipt you may submit for reimbursement from your insurance provider. I am happy to discuss weekly/monthly rates and packages for patients needing more frequent or shorter visits, such as post surgical patients. I have decided against taking insurance for several reasons, and am successful due to the autonomy it allows in treatment options.

Brief list of reasons to call:

  • Neck Pain, difficulty turning head or looking up

  • Shoulder pain, difficulty reaching overhead or behind you, soreness when sleeping on your side

  • Stress related headaches or muscle tightness

  • Tennis or golfer's elbow

  • Wrist pain, difficulty putting weight through palms

  • Ergonomic evaluation, postural improvements

  • Low back pain, degenerative disc disease, spinal fusion, stenosis

  • Sacroiliac Joint (SIJ) pain and dysfunction

  • Hip pain, bursitis pre/post total hip replacement, FAI

  • ITband syndrome

  • KNEES: Runner's knee, patellar tendonitis, pre/post total knee replacement, ACL tear/repair, ligament sprain, meniscus tear/repair

  • Ankle sprain 

  • Plantarfascitis

  • Difficulty with balance

  • Difficulty on stairs

  • Post-surgical bunionectomy

  • Weakness, deconditioning

  • Return to sport, sport-related injury, sport performance

  • Muscle strain

  • Overuse injuries

  • Tendonoses/tendonitis

  • After a car accident or any trauma

  • Before or after any surgery, especially if looking to avoid it

  • Osteoarthritis anywhere

  • Did I miss anything? 

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