The GoTherex Difference

Your Life Transformation Plan

Phase 1

Put Out the Fire

It starts with an individualized comprehensive evaluation. Then we work with you to decrease your pain and increase your mobility.

Phase 2

Get Back Out There

Your pain has decreased and you are more mobile, now we get you back to the things you love to do. We work on your strength, flexibility, endurance, and mentality.

Phase 3

A New Normal

You are back doing what you love. Now let’s go for some Bucket List items! Climb a mountain, surf a wave, SCUBA dive! Let’s expand your horizons and reinvigorate a passion for movement that will keep active for life.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Do you take insurance?

We are considered an out-of-network provider with all insurance plans. Please check with your provider for details.

Can I use my FSA & HAS to pay for my treatment?

Yes! Out-of-network provider reimbursement is eligible with a flexible spending account (FSA), health savings account (HSA), or a health reimbursement arrangement (HRA). Out-of-network provider reimbursement is ineligible with limited care flexible spending accounts (LCFSA) and dependent care flexible spending accounts (DCFSA). You can use any FSA & HSA cards for payment without any hassle or extra paperwork at the time of service.

Do I need a referral from a physician?

No, for traditional PT services (including, but not limited to: manual therapy, therapeutic exercises, and activities, etc). Dr. Matt is allowed to see you for 28 consecutive days without a prescription according to Georgia State Law. If treatment is required beyond those 28 days, a prescription will be required. All wellness, strength and conditioning, and return-to-sport programs will not require a prescription.

Can you help me with my recent sports injury?

Yes! Dr. Matt has experience with a variety of outpatient orthopedic issues, including sports injuries and improving body mechanics/form for athletes. He loves treating athletes of all ages and sports.

Does it make sense to use an out-of-network PT?

If you have visited an outpatient PT clinic recently, you may be aware of how things work. Often, you see a PT for a limited amount of time before you are then placed under the care of a PT tech/aide for 2-3x/week for about 6-8 weeks. Depending on your insurance, you may have a co-pay of up to or above $40-50/visit which you pay prior to each visit.  You may also have a deductible of $1,000-2,000 of which you will have to pay before your insurance will split the cost of a visit. If this is the case, it often makes sense to utilize a cash-based PT practice that does not go through insurance and uses a flat-based fee in order to potentially achieve faster results since the PT is able to give you individualized care at a similar total cost.

I serve clients, not insurance companies.

We are dedicated to providing our clients with the best therapeutic training and coaching that is life-transforming.  This means an uncompromising approach to rehabilitation and moving beyond traditional care.  Our services are not covered by insurance companies because they don’t fit into their definition of physical therapy.  Our services are not covered by insurance companies because they want us to perform care in 15-minute blocks and they wish to dictate what care is appropriate for you without performing an examination.  Our services are not covered by insurance because we care too much to lower our standards of care in order to operate within the parameters under which insurance companies will reimburse. 

We serve our clients who are individuals, not case numbers.  We serve our clients who deserve healthcare that is proactive, not just reactive.  We serve our clients because their welfare is worth more than our profit margin.  We serve our clients because that is how we want to be served ourselves.  

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