The Advantages of Concierge Style Physical Therapy in Lakewood, Littleton, and Southwest Denver, Colorado.
Physical therapy can be a crucial component of your recovery if you're struggling with an injury, sickness, or persistent discomfort.
Yet, traditional physical therapy clinics can be overcrowded and impersonal, and your therapist may not give you much one-on-one time.
Concierge physical therapy can help with that. You can receive individualized, one-on-one care in the convenience of your home or place of business with concierge physical therapy.
Here are some advantages of choosing concierge physical therapy if you live in Lakewood, Littleton, or Southwest Denver, Colorado:
You don't have to stress about finding time for appointments or making trip to a facility when you use concierge physical therapy. Whether it's your home, business, or another convenient location, your physical therapist will come to you. Physical therapy will be simpler to accommodate into your schedule as a result of this saving you time and hassle.
You can be one of several patients being seen by a therapist simultaneously at a conventional physical therapy practice. You will get individualized care from your therapist when you choose concierge physical therapy. This implies that rather than employing a one-size-fits-all strategy, your therapy will be carefully tailored to your requirements and goals.
You're more likely to get quicker and more effective outcomes with individualized care. Your therapist will be able to pinpoint and treat your particular weak points or imbalances and collaborate with you to create a treatment strategy that works for you. This may result in a quicker and more thorough recovery from your pain or injury.
Comfort and Privacy
Concierge physical therapy might provide a more private and pleasant alternative if you don't like the notion of getting therapy in a crowded clinic. Without having to worry about other patients or interruptions, you will be able to receive therapy in the convenience of your own home or place of business.
Compared to conventional physical therapy facilities, concierge physical therapy may provide more flexibility. Whether it's early in the morning or late at night, you may book appointments that fit with your schedule. This can help you remain on track with your treatment plan and make it simpler for you to accommodate therapy into your hectic schedule.
Working with a concierge physical therapist may be the best option for you if you live in Lakewood, Littleton, or Southwest Denver in Colorado and require individualized physical therapy that suits your needs and schedule.
Call us right now to arrange a free case review (contact us section - speak with a PT).
You can assess whether we're a good fit for you to help you get over pain and injury to resume living your life.
When was the last time your body felt good squatting down to pick up your kid? Or that you felt confident in being able to run across the yard to keep up during a game of impromptu soccer, football, or basketball?
For many of us these are things we took for granted in our teenage years and if we were lucky in your 20s and even 30s. For the majority of us as we age life tends to catch up with us at some point as we experience gradual wear and tear. Or we may have sustained an injury somewhere along the line and feel like we are starting to lose out on some of the more meaningful activities in our lives.
It might be an ankle you’ve rolled countless times and feels unstable on grass or rocky terrain. Or it could be a knee that bothers you when you bend or squat down with too much weight or coming down the stairs and feels stiff in the morning. Or a shoulder that grinds and hurts when we reach overhead to grab something from the pantry.
In our experience there are three types of people who when faced with obstacles such as these respond in very different ways and end up with varying degrees of quality of life as a result.
The first is the person who decides they are simply getting older and this is something that they have to accept. They feel they may have to miss out on doing some of the things they used to love or drastically scale back.
The second is someone who is savvy enough to realize they need to do something to address their problems related to their physical health but tries to figure it all out on their own using resources on the internet. They end up doing a lot of trial and error and suffer setbacks along the way losing out on time and aggravating other parts of their body in the process before finally getting things right or having surgery.
And finally, the third type of person realizes they need to do something and acknowledge the value in working with someone who has been there and done that countless times before benefitting from their experience in the field to expedite their recovery and doing things right the first time.
Which kind of future you would like to have lies largely in determining what you will prioritize NOW.
Which of the three would you like to be?
Most insurance plans have a set number of maximum visits that they allow a beneficiary to receive per calendar year despite the number of separate medical issues one may experience. As insurance companies continue looking to control costs further they are often looking to decrease the number of visits a person has on their plan with respect to rehabilitation benefits (including speech therapy, occupational therapy, and physical therapy). Another strategy to control cost is the rationing of visits by only approving a few visits at a time followed by the resubmission of paperwork on the therapists end which if approved results in progressively fewer visits being approved until eventual denial.
There are even circumstances where insurance companies contract out this rationing of care to third party companies whose only job is to ration the number of visits. The are often making decisions without being provided details on that patients actual cases resulting in denials even when the patient has paid 100% of the cost of their care to date (towards their deductible).
For many patients this abrupt halt in coverage for physical therapy puts them at a crossroads of what to do next. They know they are still not 100% but fear the unknown with respect to costs of care moving forward once they have been denied further coverage by their insurance provider. Unfortunately, this all to often results in people stopping their physical therapy early and backtracking in their progress or setting them up for re-injuring themselves in the future by not fully rehabbing their previous injury.
The reality is they still need care and luckily there are some really great options out there that are not reliant on getting approval for coverage. It can often be just as affordable if not more so to receive higher quality personalized care by paying out of pocket or with an HSA / FSA if available to forego taxes on approved medical expenses.
Telehealth can be another great option to continue care at a fraction of the cost and visits can be dispersed at appropriate intervals to maximize the benefit of therapy.
We understand an unexpected interruption or denial in your care can be frustrating but believe it shouldn't mean you falling short of your goals risking re-injury or dealing with ongoing pain. We encourage people to explore all of their options before deciding to forgo medically necessary treatment.
Ever wonder if you're doing the right things to help your body heal or wonder why your sciatica won't go away?
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Ever wonder if you're doing the right things to help your shoulder heal?
GRAB YOUR COPY AND START RECOVERING TODAY!
Simply CLICK THE BUTTON BELOW AND SHOOT US A MESSAGE in the contact us section of this website ASKING FOR YOUR COPY and we'll send it as soon as possible.
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