Have you tried physical therapy before but had limited results?
Have you felt like no one has taken a look at the big picture of your problem?
Have been told you will just have to live with your pain, or that you will have to stop being as active as you want to be because of your problem?
Have you not been able to find a practitioner who understands or appreciates the level you want to function at?
If you answered yes to any of the above, then Portland Integrative Physical Therapy may be right for you. If you answered yes to several, then it is without a doubt worth your time.
WHAT IS DIFFERENT ABOUT PORTLAND INTEGRATIVE PHYSICAL THERAPY?
At Portland Integrative Physical Therapy, your time is valued. All sessions are one on one with Noah for an hour. What this means is no assistants, aides or technicians are used, and no other individuals will be seen during your session. This ensures your care is delivered in a quality manner, in the hands of an expert who understands your situation fully.
At Portland Integrative Physical Therapy no modalities beyond manual therapy and a variety of exercise based approaches are used. This ensures both quick and long lasting improvements. You will be taught how to self treat between sessions to ensure steady improvement, and shown how to integrate what is needed into your exercise habits for long term success.
Noah takes a holistic, integrative approach to physical rehabilitation, which allows the root of problems to be identified and more effectively resolved.
Because of this emphasis on one on one quality care, you can expect your recovery to be quicker and more complete than if addressed in other settings.
WHAT ARE COMMON CONDITIONS PORTLAND INTEGRATIVE PHYSICAL THERAPY TREATS?
Having worked in the field of orthopeadics for over a decade, there is no musculoskeletal injury or issue that Noah is a stranger to. He specializes in the rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries, both in their surgical and non-surgical managements. Noah is sought after by the injured athlete of all walks, and in the treatment of individuals that have failed rehabilitation elsewhere.
Common conditions that Noah treats are:
Acute, chronic or reoccurring back, shoulder, elbow, neck, hip, knee, ankle and foot pain or instability.
Chronic muscular tension, stiffness or lack of flexibility.
Exercise induced asthma.
Headaches and Migraines
TMJ pain and issues
If you have any questions or concerns as to whether your pain or issue could be addressed by Noah, please contact him HERE.
DOES PORTLAND INTEGRATIVE PHYSICAL THERAPY ACCEPT MY INSURANCE?
Portland Integrative Physical Therapy is an out of network provider. All treatment given by Noah at Portland Integrative Physical Therapy is private pay, due at time of service.
This is done in order to allow Noah to provide high quality care on a one on one basis, something that is not possible in an insurance based clinic.
However, your insurance can be used to reimburse for services given at Portland Integrative Physical Therapy, and documentation will be provided at each session for you to personally submit. If you have a high deductible plan, the same documentation can be used to have services applied to it. In addition, if you have a Health Savings Account or a Flex Spending Account, this can also be used to pay for services.
WHAT DOES IT COST?
The first time you and Noah meet a longer space of time will need to be set aside (90 minutes), in order to allow for a comprehensive assessment to be done and still leave time be begin addressing what is seen. Beyond that any follow up session is simply an hour. The cost of each session is a flat rate, with reduced rates available when pre-purchased in a multiple session bundle.
Initial Assessment and Session (90 min): $150
Single Session (60min): $105
5 Session Package: $490 ($98/hr)
10 Session Package: $920 ($92/hr)
How many sessions will be necessary, and how frequent they will need to occur is dependent on your individual situation and goals.
DO I NEED A PHYSICIAN REFERRAL?
In the state of Maine you do not need a referral to see a licensed physical therapist.
HOW DO I GET MORE INFORMATION?
To contact Noah directly click HERE.