Flow Rehab is a fee for service practice. We do not bill insurance. You will be provided with a detailed receipt that you can submit to your insurance for any available out-of-network benefits. If you'd like, you can use the insurance worksheet by clicking on the orange button below. This worksheet will guide you in contacting your insurance and finding out how you might be reimbursed by your plan. 

Initial visit (60 minutes):  $220

Return visit (55 minutes): $180
Return visit (45 minutes): $135
Return visit (30 minutes): $90


New Patients: please print out, complete, and bring with you the following forms. While you will invest some time completing them, they save us a lot of time when we meet, allowing us to focus on your care. You will also be asked to sign a form acknowledging receipt of the clinic's privacy practices, which will be shared with you at your first appointment. 


Do I need a referral from a doctor?
While your insurance may allow you to attend rehabilitation without a prescription or referral, it is required that you have a provider managing your overall health care. Many conditions involving the pelvis can be medical in nature and require ruling out of more serious conditions before coming to the clinic. It is also helpful to have a medical provider with whom we can coordinate care and discuss your health as a team.

What will we do on my first visit?
First, we will talk. After reviewing any forms that you bring in, you will have the opportunity to share your history and concerns. The exam will be discussed with you so that you can have any questions answered right away. Your exam may include general movement like bending forward and backward, observing how you move your body, and specific tests of your joints, muscles, and nerves. If you come to the clinic for pelvic rehabilitation, an assessment of your pelvic muscles internally (through the rectum or vaginal canal) may be valuable, and you will have the option to choose or refuse any part of the examination or treatment with which you don't feel comfortable.

(For those menstruating) Should I reschedule if I have my period?
It is usually not necessary to reschedule if you are on your cycle, so you are welcome to keep your appointment.