FAQ

What types of conditions do you treat?

The Pilates PT treats a wide variety of orthopedic and neurological conditions.   

Most common are:

-Spine: Back, SI joint, neck pain and headaches

-Sciatica, cervical/lumbar radiculopathy

-Shoulder, hip, knee, and foot/ankle pain

-Chronic pain

-Fibromyalgia

-Multiple sclerosis

-Sports injuries: tendonitis, sprains/strains

-Post-natal including Diastasis Recti

-Women's Health: Incontinence (stress and urge), pelvic organ prolapse, urinary frequency, pelvic pain, abdominal pain, constipation, vaginismus, and vulvodynia

Whether you have an old or new injury, why wait to feel better?  The Pilates PT can help you move better and get back to the things you love!


Do you accept my insurance?

The Pilates PT is a fee for service clinic, meaning payment is required at the time of service.  This enables The Pilates PT to provide high quality care and attention- charging less money for more time with a Physical Therapist, and insurance does not dictate the care you receive.  The Pilates PT is considered an out of network provider.  Please contact your insurance company and ask about your out of network benefits.  Upon request, you will be given a detailed receipt that you can submit to your insurance or health spending account so you may be reimbursed for Physical Therapy services.  The Pilates PT is not a Medicare provider.  Pilates and wellness services are not typically covered by insurance.


What do I need to bring?

For all services, please wear workout clothes, shoes are not allowed on the Pilates equipment.  If you prefer to wear socks, we recommend socks with grips.  Hope to see you soon!