Discover answers to our most commonly asked questions. Still wondering about pelvic floor physical therapy? Get in touch.

What should I expect at my first visit?

At your first visit, you can expect a thorough review of your medical history, your current symptoms, and a discussion of your goals. You will receive a comprehensive orthopedic examination, and if indicated due to your complaints, you may be recommended for an internal exam (vaginal or rectal). Aspects of the pelvic floor muscles are only able to be examined through an internal exam, but there are always other techniques that can be utilized — you will ALWAYS have the right to decline an internal assessment, without question. Expect your practitioner to be thorough in their evaluation techniques, as well as provide education and information regarding your diagnosis and prognosis.

Do you accept insurance?

At Pelvic Physical Therapy of the Palm Beaches, we are an out-of-network, fee-for-service  provider, meaning that we do not partner with any commercial insurance companies, and thus are not restricted by any insurance limitations. This arrangement gives Jodi the freedom and flexibility to treat you for a full 60 min, without any restrictions imposed by insurance companies. We do however, accept Medicare part B.  For commercial insurances, payment is due at the time of services rendered, meaning you will never receive surprise medical bills from us. Your sessions will be one-on-one, with attention focused completely to you and your needs, which the traditional insurance framework does not allow. Upon request, we do provide ‘superbills’, which you are welcome to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement - please confirm with your individual insurance company on their requirements. You are also able to use your FSA/HSA account.

What are the fees?

Initial visit: $200 

Follow up treatments: $175/visit

Do I need a prescription or referral?

In the state of Florida, you do not need a physician referral or prescription for physical therapy services for commercial insurance or self-pay. Please check with your insurance company to verify if you will need to provide one for reimbursement.

 I have Medicare- are you able to see me?

YES! At Pelvic Physical Therapy of the Palm Beaches, we do accept Medicare part B and a referral from your doctor is needed!  We will submit your claim to Medicare on your behalf. You will still be responsible for any deductibles, co-insurance or copays according to your individual plan. 

Do you only treat the pelvic floor?

At Pelvic Physical Therapy of the Palm Beaches, we do not only look at one isolated body part. We treat with a whole-body approach. Jodi has extensive knowledge of orthopedic conditions as she recognizes that everything is connected.

How soon after delivery or surgery should I come see you?

We recommend waiting until you are 6 weeks postpartum or post surgery or with clearance from your medical provider before coming into pelvic floor physical therapy, but you are welcome to come in sooner if you are having issues.

I’m pregnant but don’t have any issues. What would be some benefits of pelvic floor physical therapy for me?

So much! Every mama-to-be should see a pelvic floor therapist, as we are the experts of this area. Pelvic floor physical therapy can help to decrease perineal tearing, teach appropriate breathing techniques and positions for labor and delivery, optimize your strength, flexibility and body mechanics throughout your pregnancy to keep you pain-free and mobile, and also prepare you to have decreased complications after delivery.

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