“Tele-therapy is the use electronic, audio/visual communication, to remotely provide therapy services”- American Physical Therapy Association
Tele-therapy allows for improved accessibility in rural environments to specialty care. I can provide services in the states I am licensed in, these currently include: Wyoming & Montana.
For those in other states I can provide wellness coaching and fitness support.
Wyoming, Montana, North Carolina, & North Dakota are direct access states for physical therapy! This means that as a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), I can diagnose and treat without the referral of a physician. Although, often times I will refer when this is indicated as the best pathway for you.
If in-person physical therapy care is what would best serve you best, we can work together to find the in-person provider for you.
Tele-therapy is HIPAA compliant! This means that I will always focus on your rights as your caregiver. Your information will NOT be shared with others.
Diagnosing online has no increased error rate than it would in person.
Treatment outcomes were the same, if not better than in-person care.
Telehealth offers cost benefits of both time and money
Will my insurance cover this?
Because insurance companies frequently change reimbursement guidelines for tele-health services, I have elected to become an out-of-network provider. This ensures that you get the best bang for your buck without hassle. We are not confined to the one body part on the prescription. The greatest benefit is that, we are able to progress consistently, without interruption, with flexibility of what you need, when you need it. Finally, we are able to remain HIPAA compliant, by not transmitting, electronic Personal Health Information, billing or claims to insurance companies.