Motus Physical Therapy NW is a fee-for-service provider. This means we are out of network for most insurances, and payment is required at the time of service. However, we can provide you with a superbill and proper forms to assist you in obtaining reimbursement from your insurance company. Instead of the insurance company making medical decisions based on their bottom-lines, at Motus Physical Therapy NW, you and the physical therapist will guide your rehabilitation and recovery.
- Initial Evaluation $130
- Follow-up visits $ 97.50
- Movement screen $ 75
- Return To Sport Testing $75
Telehealth Online Visits
- First 30 minute consultation is free
- Follow-up visits 30 minutes $50
Motus Physical Therapy NW will provide you with an alternative to the traditional physical therapy experience. We will customize your care with one-on-one treatment with a Doctor of Physical Therapy.
Your commitment to your health is an investment in your future. We know you will find value in the high-quality, personalized care you will receive at Motus Physical Therapy NW.
How long are the physical therapy sessions? 45 minutes to an hour for initial evaluation and follow-up physical therapy visits. Movement screens and cupping therapy are 30 mins. Return to sport testing will be 30-45 minutes.
What do I wear? Athletic wear is recommended so you are free to move. We also need to have access to the region that is affected.
How many visits will I need? This will be discussed during your initial evaluation and will, in large part, depend on your injury and your commitment to home exercises.
Since you don’t take my insurance, can I bill my insurance and get reimbursed?
We can easily prepare a superbill for you, which will allow you to submit proof of your appointment to your insurance for out-of-network reimbursement. We will help you navigate your insurance.
What if I have Medicare? Medicare is the only insurance we accept. However, Medicare Advantage plans have extenuating circumstances. Please call Motus Physical Therapy NW for questions about your Medicare Advantage plan.
Do you accept patients with injuries related to motor vehicle accidents? The short answer is Yes! We will request the required information from your motor vehicle insurance company to provide care.