Fee for Service
Arrow Physical Therapy is a fee-for-service practice. This means we do not bill your insurance. If requested, you will be provided with a Superbill that you can then submit to your insurance for any available out-of-network benefits. Please click the below button for a list of questions you will need to ask of your insurance company to see how they might reimburse you for out-of-network services. Arrow Physical Therapy is happy to assist you in navigating this process if needed.
Movement Screen $89
Initial PT evaluation $175
Single PT follow up visit: $150
Package options for PT follow up*
4 pack: $560 ($140/session)
6 pack: $780 ($130/session)
10 pack: $1200 ($120/session)
*packages expire in one year and can be used for multiple injuries
All payments are made via cash, check or credit/debit card. If applicable, you may also use your Flexible Spending Account or Health Savings Account dollars.
Why this model is used at Arrow Physical Therapy
It is our pleasure to be able to offer a different experience at Arrow Physical Therapy. The goal is to tailor care specifically for the patient and to eliminate the hassles of using an insurance-based system. This model eliminates unnecessary medical visits, clarifies the process of getting patients the care they need and leads to a quicker return to function, sport and a pain-free life. Arrow PT believes in quality, patient-centered care. This includes being transparent about the cost of service. Unfortunately, this is not the goal of your health insurance and as such, insurance companies make it difficult to provide patients with the best care due to their confusing processes, pre-authorization requirements, extensive paperwork, and poor reimbursement to your providers.
It is these factors, and namely, poor reimbursement that lead to challenges in seeing patients one-on-one without the use of aides or other care extenders. This burden of low reimbursement falls on the providers in the system and can cause clinics to make choices such as reducing treatment time, providing less access to continuing education for clinicians and the use of non-skilled treatment methods such as therapeutic modalities even when their use is not warranted.
Additionally, though Washington State is a direct access state (you may attend Physical Therapy without the referral of your physician), most insurance companies still require a referral from your physician in order to cover physical therapy. A quality therapist will always refer you to your doctor if needed once they see you, but in many cases, this is an unnecessary first step in getting you to start therapy. By requiring this, your insurance company is adding delay to your care as well as increasing your cost by requiring additional (perhaps un-needed) medical visits.
By choosing Arrow Physical Therapy, you are choosing to invest in yourself. In the long run, you will save time & money and you will be getting the care you need for your particular case. No run around, no hassle, no hidden fees, no loopholes. Plain and simple.
Please note that Arrow Physical Therapy is able to accept personal injury claims for motor vehicle collisions.