We provide physical therapy to help active adults and athletes in West Springfield, MA and surrounding areas get back to doing what they love.
Pain prevents people from doing what they love - but it doesn’t have to be that way. Whether your activity is working out, running, CrossFit, or Tennis, our West Springfield physical therapy will get you back to what you love doing, pain-free. Through specialized 1:1 physical therapy, MOVE Athletics helps you work through pain or chronic injury with long-lasting pain.
Our team of Springfield physical therapists focuses on solving the problems with our clients without arbitrary surgery, pain medication, or slowing down. Get started with physical therapy at MOVE Athletics and get back to doing the activities you like to do.
Located in West Springfield, Massachusetts, MOVE Athletics physical therapy is just a short drive from Route 90, Route 91, Route 291, and Route 391. We serve the following areas in Western Massachusetts and Connecticut:
We provide premier physical therapy services to the Springfield area, including Westfield, Holyoke, and other surrounding cities and towns in Western Massachusetts and Connecticut, working with athletes and active adults.
Maybe you do not necessarily identify as an athlete but you are on the MOVE with places to be and things to do! Whether it's keeping up with the kids, getting in a round of golf, or going for a hike, you deserve to be doing all of those things pain-free. With our physical therapy services, we help people in West Springfield, MA can get back to the life you had before you were slowed down by an injury, nagging pain, or limited mobility.
Maybe you do not necessarily identify as an athlete but you are on the MOVE with places to be and things to do! Whether it's keeping up with the kids, getting in a round of golf, or going for a hike, you deserve to be doing all of those things pain-free. Get back to the life you had before you were slowed down by an injury, nagging pain, or limited mobility.
From CrossFit to tennis to triathlons, the sport of choice may vary, but the frustration and agony of limited mobility, injury, and pain are the same. As athletes ourselves, our physical therapists understand and are just as committed to getting you back to your peak performance as soon and as safely as possible. Learn more about how Springfield athletes can benefit from our physical therapy services.
The physical therapists at MOVE Athletics are here to help guide you through resolving your pain, improving movement quality, and remain pain-free long-term. Meet the members of our team.
We take pride in providing high-quality physical therapy services, and it shows the level of satisfaction for our customers in West Springfield and surrounding areas.
We treat the following types of pain: sciatica, herniated discs, pinched nerves, back pain, hip pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, arm pain, elbow pain, wrist pain, knee pain, calf pain, ankle pain, thigh pain, shin pain, jaw pain, headaches, and more. We work with sprains, strains, pre-surgery, post-surgery, rotator cuff, meniscus, arthritis, labrum pain with weightlifting, and more. If something isn't listed here, contact us and we will happily discuss how we can help you.
Cash-based physical therapy means that we are out of network with all insurance companies and do not directly bill through insurance (though you may be eligible for reimbursement directly from your insurance company). Our West Springfield patients pay us directly each visit for their 1-on-1, personalized physical therapy session. This allows us to focus all of our attention on the patient and perform treatments to focus on patient goals without being dictated by insurance rules and regulations.
You can certainly use your out-of-network insurance benefits. You can also use your health savings account (HSA) or flex spending account (FSA). While we collect our fees directly from our clients, we provide an itemized superbill to submit to his or her insurance company. By submitting your receipt, you may be able to recover a percentage of the cost you pay upfront (typically 60-80%) from your insurance company, depending on your "out of network" coverage.
While cash is certainly an acceptable form of payment, patients are also able to pay with major credit and debit cards as well as FSA and HSA accounts.
Insurance companies in the United States are continually cutting reimbursement rates for rehabilitation services and dictating how clinicians treat patients. With this decline in reimbursement, many clinics are forced to treat multiple patients in the hour (this means that therapists are seeing 4+ patients at the same time) and lower patient care standards to make ends meet. These clinics rotate patients in and use assistants and techs to complete treatments. Patients do not receive the individualized care they need and are encouraged to go through exercises with little to no supervision.
With a cash-based physical therapy practice, we are able to decide how we want to treat patients in the Springfield area as we are not regulated by the insurance companies. This allows us to provide the highest quality care for our patients, while keeping them 1- on -1 with their doctor of physical therapy for the entire hour, every visit. This increase in quality results in our patients getting better, faster than traditional insurance-based physical therapy. We typically see our patients only once per week, saving you valuable time, meaning you aren’t leaving work early, commuting to and from the clinic, and spending an hour here 3 times each week.