Our clinicians help you improve your pain, posture, and performance without pain meds 

Initial Assessment and Treatment.

$145

A full body assessment and treatment designed to identify and treat the cause of the problem. Recommended for the first visit. 55 Minutes.

  • Always 1:1, Private Session. 
  • Posture, Mobility, and Pain Assessment. 
  • Manual Therapy.  Option for Dry Needling, Cupping, Manipulation, etc. 
  • Guided Exercise for Strength, Mobility, Stability. 
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One on One Follow Up Session.

$145

Treatment from a licensed Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, or Chiropractor designed to help you move better with less pain. 55 Minutes.

  • Full Body Reassessment.
  • Manual Therapy. Option for Dry Needling, Cupping, Manipulation, etc.
  • Guided Exercise For Strength, Mobility Stability. 
  • Updates To Personalized Care Plan.  
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One on One. Half session. Manual Therapy Focus.

$75

Treatment from a licensed Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, or Chiropractor designed to help you move better with less pain. 25 Minutes.

  • Brief Full Body Reassessment.
  • Manual Therapy. Option for Dry Needling, Cupping, Manipulation, etc.
  • *New Clients must start with an Initial Assessment and Treatment 55 min sessions. 
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Can I Speak to a Therapist To Learn More?

Absolutely! We offer a complimentary 15 min phone consult with one of our doctors of physical therapy.  Consults will let us learn a little more about you and we can give you a better idea of what we offer. No referral is needed to get started!  

Schedule your no cost phone consult online here.

What are the Benefits of Manual Therapy?

Manual therapy is a general term for hands on therapies.  It can include myofascial work, dry needling, cupping, joint mobilization / manipulation, and a host of other hands on therapies.  The goals are to reduce pain and improve movement without medications, injections, or unnecessary surgeries.  

Read more about the benefits of manual therapy for different pain conditions.

Do I need a referral? 

You do not need a referral from your physician.  In Ohio, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, and Chiropractors have direct access.  This means you can contact us directly for the first line of assessment and treatment. Avoid the hassle of going through the system and get relief immediately.  Upon request, we can send the results of your evaluation to your physician of choice.  If your pain requires additional medical attention we will refer to the appropriate sources.

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Can I use my HSA / FSA? 

Yes!  You can use your HSA / FSA or Credit Card for payment.  Payment will be due at time of service but may be covered under your out of network medical benefits. We will provide detailed paperwork to assist you in submitting to your insurance. 

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Do you accept insurance?  

We are an out of network, self pay provider. We offer 1:1 appointments with an expert clinician dedicated to serving you the client. Payment is due at time of service.  Upon request,  you will receive an itemized receipt to submit to your insurance company for any potential out of network benefits.  

*We accept Credit Card or HSA / FSA spending plans.  

Read more about cash pay practice, the value add, and why it may be cheaper than your insurance.

All Visits Can Be Scheduled Online Here!  

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First Timers have more questions? 

In this video, Dr. Nick Sanders will give you more information about PHYT For Function.  You can also talk to a therapist specifically about your problem with a no cost phone consult. 

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Convenient and Simple Online Scheduling. 

 

Schedule your free phone consult, initial evaluation, or follow up sessions, quickly at any time from your phone or computer.

Prefer talking to a human? Call/ Text 216-502-3246. 

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