Pricing

Cost and Coverage

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Initial Consultation 
$150

​Schedule an initial consultation for any prenatal, postpartum, or pelvic health concern, big or small.  This session is 60 minutes long.  When scheduling, please choose one of the following:

  1. Prenatal - any trimester

  2. Postpartum - up to 2 years after birth

  3. Pelvic Health - all genders for any pelvic issue

Fit Woman

Follow-up Visit
$75

This standard session is 40 minutes long.  Book this session for follow-up physical therapy treatments or fitness check-ups.  Best for biofeedback or exercise-based treatments.

 

You are welcome to bring your baby to appointments.

Massage

Extended Follow-Up
$125

This extended session is 60 minutes long.  It is for those who have complex pelvic issues and need more time per session for optimal results. Best for manual therapy and pain issues. Dr. Rader will make recommendations on which follow-up is best for you after your initial evaluation. 

Services Offered

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How much therapy will I need?

People with underactive pelvic floor muscles who's main complaints are related to fitness concerns, incontinence, prolapse, or diastasis recti typically are seen for 4-8 treatments.

People with overactive pelvic floor muscles who's main complaints are contributing to sitting pain, constipation, urinary retention, or sexual dysfunction typically need between 6-12 visits.

Visit frequency is typically every 1-2 weeks. 

Please note...

Payment 

We are a small, fee-for-service clinic and collect payment at the time of service. Forms of payment include cash, checks made out to "The OB PT Clinic," most major debit or credit cards, and most HSA cards.

 

Insurance Plan Coverage

This clinic does not contract with insurance providers.  We are “out of network” with all insurance plans and do not file claims on patients' behalf. Upon request, we can provide you with an itemized bill with the required information needed to submit to your insurance for reimbursement. 

 

Most insurances, cost sharing plans, and health savings accounts will reimburse the cost of physical therapy during pregnancy, the postpartum period, and for the pelvic health concerns of all genders. Please check your policy to know for sure.

Medicare 

This clinic is not a Medicare provider.  Due to federal laws, those with Medicare, Medicare Replacement Plans, and secondary Medicare coverage plans cannot be treated for physical therapy in this clinic, even if cash is paid.

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Pelvic Health