75 min | $200
- Required for all new clients, or for previous clients with a new injury
- Assessment of your current physical pain and limitations, medical history, and personal goals
- Information gathered will be used to plan your goal-oriented rehabilitation program
- Begin treatment
Physical Therapy Session
60 min | $180
- Manual Therapy - skilled hands-on techniques to treat restrictions in joints, muscles, fascia and nerves
- Pilates and CoreAlign - therapeutic and corrective exercise progression
- Education - addresses your posture, biomechanics, and home exercises to continue progress in between PT sessions
- Specializing in rehabilitation, managing degenerative orthopedic conditions, and injury prevention
Youth Rehab Session
30 min | $90
- Therapeutic and corrective exercise session for rehabilitating an injury, or for injury prevention
- Will address sport-specific needs, postural concerns , decreased flexibility
- Goal-focused Pilates and CoreAlign exercise progression with a physical therapist
- For ages 12-17 only
FULL PAYMENT DUE AT TIME OF SERVICE - sorry, but we are unable to accept credit cards
Ebb and Flow is an out-of-network physical therapy provider and is unable to bill your medical insurance for services rendered.
An invoice will be emailed to you after each paid session. It you are receiving physical therapy services deemed medically necessary, the invoice will contain the appropriate medical and provider information for you to submit your claim to your insurance company.
If you plan to submit invoices for physical therapy reimbursement, it is strongly recommended that you check with your insurance carrier prior to treatment to understand your plan’s coverage for out-of-network physical therapy services:
What % of fees will be reimbursed per session?
How many visits are allowed per year? Does the year begin in January?
What is your out-of-network deductible?
Is a physician referral required prior to beginning physical therapy?
It is your responsibility to understand how physical therapy services will be reimbursed by your insurance plan.
As of January 1, 2014, California law states that you can see a physical therapist without first seeing a physician for a total of twelve visits or 45 calendar days, whichever happens first. After that time, you must consult with a physician if you require additional treatment for the same condition. If you have already seen a physician and received a diagnosis prior to starting physical therapy, you do not need to seek an additional physician evaluation prior to the start of or for the continuation of physical therapy after the 12 visits/45 calendar days. In addition, there is no legal requirement to consult with a physician to pursue physical therapy for the purposes of health and maintenance, although your insurance plan may not cover this.