What makes Kimberly Carroll PT different?
All physical therapy sessions are private, one-on-one sessions with the same physical therapist. This achieves excellent continuity of care. You will never be handed off to an assistant, or asked to share an appointment time with an additional client. This achieves better outcomes in a shortened amount of time.
Do you accept insurance?
We do not accept or file insurance claims. By remaining a cash-based practice, we are able to treat you with personalized one-on-one care. Although insurance is not accepted as a form of payment, it is common to receive reimbursement from private commercial insurance carriers, with the exception of Medicare. We are happy to provide you with an itemized invoice to submit for this purpose. We do, however, accept flexible spending accounts that are set up with visa/mastercard through your insurance carrier or work.
I have Medicare, is it possible to get reimbursed?
Unfortunately, no. As a cash-based practice, we are not considered a "Medicare Provider." Also, because we are not considered a Medicare Provider, we do not follow the Medicare treatment and documentation guidelines. However, by treating the client as an individual based on their dysfunctions, objective findings and complaints, we believe more effective treatments are possible, decreasing total number of treatments necessary.
How long do sessions last?
The initial evaluation will last an hour. Treatments sessions following the evaluation last either 30 minutes or an hour, depending on the plan of care set with the physical therapist. Because all treatments are one-on-one with the same therapist, sessions are extremely time efficient.
What do sessions cost?
The cost per session varies, depending on time (30 min vs. 60 min). Call our office today to find out more! (904) 491-4980
Do you treat my condition?
At Kimberly Carroll PT, we treat a variety of dysfunctions and conditions, including but not limited to:
Neck Pain Sprains/Strains Shoulder Pain
Back Pain Plantar Fascitis Knee Pain
Tendonitis Hip Pain Sciatica
Bursitis Postoperative Care Women's health