Services

I provide mobile physical therapy and wellness services in Southeast Idaho so that you can receive individualized treatment in the comfort of your home.  Medicare is accepted.  Otherwise, I operate on a fee-for-service basis.  This can actually save you money in the long run (yes, cheaper than if you used your insurance) and allows me to focus on YOUR needs–not what your insurance company dictates.  However, I can provide you with an invoice that you may submit to your insurance company and apply for reimbursement if you desire.  See below for more information on this.

Specific services and modalities:

Orthopaedic conditions that I have experience treating:

  • low back pain
  • neck pain related to muscle strain
  • chronic pain
  • other muscle strain and generalized tension
  • running-related pain (foot/ankle, knee, hip, back)
  • iliotibial band syndrome
  • patellofemoral pain syndrome and generalized anterior knee pain
  • posterior tibialis tendinitis/tendinopathy
  • hamstring tendinitis/tendonopathy
  • post surgical knee (ACL repair, total knee replacement, other ligament repair)
  • post surgical ankle (ligament repair, stabilization)
  • lower extremity fractures (surgically repaired and not)
  • shoulder impingement
  • frozen shoulder
  • rotator cuff injury (post surgical repair and non-surgical)
  • biceps tenodesis
  • ankle sprain
  • plantar fasciitis
  • foot and ankle pain
  • bunions
  • hallux rigidus
  • wrist fracture
  • osteoarthritis of hip, knee and shoulder
  • generalized weakness
  • growing pains
  • balance difficulties, recurrent falls

Autoimmune Conditions that I have treated:

  • rheumatoid arthritis
  • lateral scleroderma

Congenital conditions that I have treated:

  • Poland syndrome
  • arthrogryposis multiplex congenita

Neurological Conditions that I have treated: 

  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Stroke

Why have I decided not to accept most insurance plans?

The short answer is that insurance companies dictate or strongly influence the type of treatment and the frequency/duration for which physical therapy is covered, which is not necessarily optimal for your care.  My goal is to serve patients—not insurance companies.

The longer answer is that I have seen first hand how insurance companies are changing the structure of typical outpatient orthopedic clinics.  Insurance companies are continuing to drop the amount that they reimburse physical therapists for the services that they provide for their patients.  This means that the typical outpatient clinic has had to find ways to increase the volume of patients that they serve to make a profit and be able to keep their doors open.  This means that your therapist at such a clinic will most likely be treating 2 patients at the same time and will not be solely focused on YOU and YOUR NEEDS.  Additionally, much of your treatment will likely be provided by a physical therapy technician or aide who gets paid just above minimum wage to assist a busy therapist.  Techs are not required to have any formal training in physical therapy and, therefore, can mostly just walk you through exercises that you can usually just do on your own at home or apply modalities–some of which you can also apply at home on your own.  You may be paying 100’s of dollars, even with insurance coverage, for unskilled services during many of your sessions.

By staying out-of-network, I can ensure that your physical therapy sessions will always be with a trained Doctor of Physical Therapy–me.  You will always be treated one-on-one and I will be able to focus on YOU and YOUR GOALS.  I can also treat the whole you.  If you come to me with knee pain, but suddenly your back flares up, we can address all of the above.  I don’t need to worry about your insurance dictating what body part I can treat or not.  I can get to know you and monitor changes in symptoms/progress each and every session which will allow us to progress faster than if you were being treated in a busy clinic, in part by techs.  Faster progress means fewer visits to get you better.  This will save you money in the long run.  If you are one of those folks with a high deductible insurance plan with a physical therapy co-pay well over $100 dollars per visit, I promise that I can give you much better value for far less than this.

The bottom line is that going out-of-network allows me to adhere to my “TOPS” philosophy:

Tailored, One-on-one services for Patient-driven Success

I look forward to serving you.  Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or would like to discuss whether or not my services are a good fit for your needs.  Please fill out the contact form to initiate a conversation–talking is always free.

Phone: 505-412-8384

fax: 208-908-7115

email: cweberpt@gmail.com