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How much does physical therapy cost if you do it virtually?

How much does physical therapy cost if you do it virtually?

You’re dealing with a painful injury or condition, and your doctor has recommended seeking help from a physical therapist. There may be many questions you have if you’ve never done physical therapy in person or virtually, but one of the most common new patient questions is, “How much does physical therapy cost if I do it virtually?”

How much can doing virtual physical therapy cost you?

This is a tough question to answer. In part, this is because every patient’s costs tend to vary. There is also a cost difference between in-person and virtual physical therapy. On average, you’ll end up paying between $20 and $350 per session depending on a wide range of factors.

Virtual physical therapy sessions are generally much less costly. One virtual physical therapy provider reports that people with insurance will pay their standard copay. If you don’t have insurance, an initial video session and screening with them will cost you $100, and follow-up sessions will run you $80.

Factors that affect how much virtual physical therapy costs

Some of the factors that can affect how much your virtual physical therapy may cost include:

1. Insurance coverage — Many health insurance plans do cover virtual physical therapy, but it’s best to check your plan to make sure it does before making your first virtual PT appointment. Your plan should also tell you if you have a copay and how much it will be. Additionally, you’ll need to consider your deductible. Why? If you haven’t met your deductible yet, you may end up paying for the entire cost of the appointment.

2. A lack of insurance coverage — Not having insurance typically means you must cover the entire cost of your session out of your own pocket.

3. How many sessions you do — It seems pretty straightforward: The more virtual physical therapy sessions you attend, the more you’re likely to pay. That’s especially true if you’re paying out of pocket. Fortunately, virtual physical therapy can be very effective. One provider reveals that 93% of its patients had less pain after their virtual physical therapy. As a result, you may be able to minimize the number of sessions you need, which can help keep your costs low.

Agile Virtual PT wants to help you minimize how much your virtual physical therapy costs

Eager to minimize how much your virtual physical therapy costs? Our Agile Virtual Physical Therapy team understands completely. That’s why we offer competitive and standardized pricing for our virtual sessions. You can also typically see one of our more than 400 clinicians without going to your doctor for a referral first, which can also be a savings.

Contact our team today for more information about how our virtual clinicians can help you or to schedule an initial virtual appointment to start addressing your pain.