WHAT IS TELETHERAPY?
TeleTherapy is a way for you to connect and continue to work one-on-one with your physical therapist through a secure, HIPAA compliant online platform. The evaluation and treatment sessions are similar to what you would receive in the clinic. The most noticeable difference between online and in person sessions is no hands on care from your therapist. The feedback from our patients is that TeleTherapy sessions are quite effective and meaningful.
While these visits are not a replacement for the level of hands on treatment that you have come to expect from us, they are the best way to assure that you continue to receive the professional guidance and treatment that is needed to advance your care. TeleTherapy can include a physical screen of what is truly meaningful to you, as well as “real time” feedback and guidance as to self release, exercise progression and exercise modification as needed. It allows the education component to continue in regards to tips for daily living, postural adaptations and other concerns that you may have. It is a platform that will allow us to work together to advance your rehab program and meet your goals and expectations for physical therapy during this difficult time.
WILL MY INSURANCE COVER THIS?
We know this is an uncertain time and finances are a concern for all. The team at Thrive has been hard at work staying abreast of the latest developments in patient billing for TeleHealth services. Many insurance companies are rising to the occasion and eliminating hurdles so that their members can continue to get quality care without having to incur higher than expected out of pocket expenses. As insurance policies differ from person to person, we are calling to check benefits individually for patients who are interested and advocating for coverage for everyone.
To find out what your coverage options are and for pricing on TeleTherapy sessions please email firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our staff will be in touch with more information.
Together we will get through this.