Frequently Asked Questions

Do you take my insurance?

The good news is the clinic functions outside of the restrictions of the world of insurance.  We are free to provide the care you need and offer the most effective treatments without limitations and restrictions from insurance companies. We can therefore get you better faster and achieve better outcomes in a shorter period of time.

We operate on a fee for service model and if your plan offers coverage for out-of-network physical therapy we can provide a receipt at your request so you can submit a self claim for reimbursement.  People are recognizing that despite spending money on high deductibles and hefty co-payments, they are receiving mediocre care at high volume, fast paced PT clinics. They come to Precision when they are ready for a better experience and outstanding results.

If I am a Medicare beneficiary can I pay for services?

As with most things associated with Medicare, the answer is complicated. Precision Physical Therapy has NO relationship with Medicare and cannot accept out-of-pocket payments  for  services that would normally be covered by Medicare. There are exceptions. If the service is “non-covered” (e.g.. maintenance therapy, prevention, wellness/fitness), then the Physical Therapist can collect out of pocket payment from the Medicare beneficiary.  

Additionally, if the Medicare beneficiary clearly states of their own free will that they refuse to have their services billed to Medicare they have the right to be seen by Precision Physical Therapy, LLC. Precision Physical Therapy, LLC is not a Medicare provider and neither the patient nor Precision Physical Therapy, LLC is allowed to bill Medicare or any secondary insurance provider for services rendered NEITHER A BILL FOR PAYMENT NOR RECEIPT FOR REIMBURSEMENT MAY BE SUBMITTED TO MEDICARE OR SECONDARY INSURANCE

What is “Manual Therapy?

Skilled manual therapy techniques including myofascial release, specialize mobilizations, extremity and spinal manipulations and muscle release techniques can make immediate improvements in pain and mobility, creating an opportunity for greater movement, strength gains, and healing response. All Precision clinicians have extensive post-doctoral training and certifications in manual therapy, and it is this hands-on approach that will be responsible for much of your success. 

Who is appropriate for Precision's services?

We provide a premium service to patients that are committed to getting better and find value in 1:1 personalized care. If you are tired of mediocre care, busy waiting rooms  and sub-par outcomes we are the practice you’ve been looking for. You will receive unparalleled, individual attention the entire session. If you suffer from pain that impairs your ability to do the activities that you need to do or love to do then you have found the right practice. If you are looking for more than what you have been finding we believe you will be happily surprised.

Do I need a physician’s referral?

No.  In most states including NH & VT it is not necessary to see your physician to obtain a referral to be seen by a Physical Therapist and you can simply schedule your first session directly from the book and appointment button on our website. We can treat all neuro-musculoskeletal disorders and can take a significant burden off physicians. If a more serious pathology is discovered we will refer you to your primary physician or appropriate specialist as needed. 

Which forms should I complete?

All three forms are listed under the new patient tab and must be returned via email 24-hours prior to your first session.

What type of clothing should I bring?

The easier we can get to the problem areas the better we can assess and treat you.

How long is the session?

Sessions start on the hour and last for 50 minutes.

Will I see the same physical therapist each time?

Yes, every time.