Do you take MY insurance?

We do not accept insurance and Medicare. However, depending on your coverage, you may be able to submit for reimbursement through your insurance company for out-of-network claims.

The level of reimbursement will vary depending on your specific policy, and in some cases, insurance may not reimburse you at all. If you chose to submit the claims yourself, we will provide the necessary documentation (aka – “Superbill”) required by your insurance company.

For more information ont why we don’t participate with insurance, click here.


What forms of payment do you take?

We accept all major credit cards, checks and cash. We also accept health savings accounts (HSA) and flexible spending accounts (FSA).


Will I need a prescription for physical therapy?


In NY, physical therapy can be initiated immediately (if medically appropriate) without a prescription. If your condition requires more than 10 treatment sessions or exceeds 30 days, then a prescription from a physician will be necessary. You may also be referred to a physician for further testing if it is deemed necessary after your initial physical therapy evaluation.


What area(s) of New York do you work in?

New as of November 2018Our main office is located within SC Fit at 2233 Broadhollow Road, Farmingdale NY 11735.

We also currently treat patients weekly in  – Atlantic Beach, Bethpage, Brookville, Centre Island, Garden City, Glen Cove, Hicksville, Huntington, Jericho, Locust Valley, Manhasset, Melville, Mineola, New Hyde Park, Old Westbury, Plainview, Port Washington, Sands Point, *Southhampton, *Watermill and *Quogue.

*seasonal locations, additional travel fees and expenses may also apply depending on location*

What should I expect from the initial evaluation? 

Your initial evaluation will take approximately 1 hour. During this time we will review your medical history, assess your physical ailments, range of motion, strength and movement qualities. In addition, new patient packet forms and waivers will be distributed prior to the initial evaluation. Be prepared and dressed to move.