Top 3 Reasons to See a Physical Therapist at NPT

We often get asked, why should I pay out of pocket to see a Physical Therapist at Naples Personal Training. We have compiled the top 3 reasons why cash-pay physical therapy at NPT is the way to go.

1) Quality of Care At Naples Personal Training you will always receive highly individualized and tailored, 1-on-1 skilled physical therapy without the use of Physical Therapy Assistants or aides. Everyone’s rehabilitation needs are different and at Naples Personal Training, we go out of our way to ensure that you receive the most appropriate therapy for you. In addition, you may take advantage of our Doctor Assessed Personal Training (ADAPT) program. ADAPT allows you to continue your progress with a personal trainer under the care and supervision of your Doctor of Physical Therapy when deemed appropriate.

2) Ease of Access At Naples Personal Training, you can see a Physical Therapist without a referral from your physician. This allows you to see a Doctor of Physical Therapy faster to begin the rehabilitation program for your neuromusculoskeletal injury/issue. This can often save weeks of valuable time otherwise lost. The ability to see a movement system specialist right away is highly efficient and the way of the future.

3) Cost Effectiveness Cash-pay physical therapy may seem like a high out-of-pocket cost at first glance. However, it is common to see co-pays between $20-50 per session at insurance-based physical therapy facilities. At many facilities, everyone is scheduled for 2-3 visits per week for 6-8 weeks and the cost therefore adds up. At Naples Personal Training, we can often provide more cost efficient, individualized, and tailored care with excellent outcomes that are difficult for other facilities to match. We urge you to come see us at Naples Personal Training with all of your physical therapy needs!  

Sincerely, Nils-Otto Jaasko, DPT, ATC

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