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What does cash-based physical therapy mean?

Cash-based physical therapy means that we are out of network with all insurance companies and do not directly bill through insurance (thought you may be eligible for reimbursement directly from your insurance company).


Our 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.


What types of pain do you treat?

We treat all types of pain.

Tried everything? That's our specialty!

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.

Sprains and Strains.

Pre-surgery and Post-surgery.

Rotator cuff, meniscus, Arthritis, Labrum.

Pain with weightlifting.

Pelvic pain, menstrual pain, pain with erections/ejaculation, pain with sex and more!


If you're wondering if we are the right fit for you, hop on a free 15 minute consultation call and we'll happily discuss how we may be able to help you.

Does MOVE Athletics accept health insurance at all?

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 do collect our fees directly from our clients, we provide an itemized superbill to submit to the 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.


Does cash-based mean I can only pay with cash?

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.


We also partner with care credit, offering promotional financing that allows our clients to finance qualifying purchases interest free if paid in full within 6 months of purchase (interest for that period is added if not paid in full by end of promotional period)

Why cash-based physical therapy?

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 in order 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 practice, we are able to  treat patients in a way that is actually best for THEM 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 visit, every visit.


This increase in quality results in our patients getting better, faster than traditional insurance based physical therapy.

Want to hear more? Check out Doc Rog's Podcast on it.


Do you provide online consultations?

Yes, we do. Call (413)-259-0509 to schedule your appointment with our Springfield, MA physical therapy clinic.


Book your FREE 15-Minute Phone Consultation
  • Roger St. Onge,  Move Athletics Physical Therapy, West Springfield, MA
  • Roger St. Onge,  Move Athletics Physical Therapy, West Springfield, MA
  • Roger St. Onge,  Move Athletics Physical Therapy, West Springfield, MA
  • Roger St. Onge,  Move Athletics Physical Therapy, West Springfield, MA
  • Roger St. Onge,  Move Athletics Physical Therapy, West Springfield, MA

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