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At Dynamic, we believe you should have options. Let us help you make an informed decision.

At Dynamic, we take most insurances. However, depending on your insurance plan, we may fall in or out of network. Most patients can get “out of network” reimbursement for their treatment. This process is similar to other forms of insurance, such as car insurance. For example, if your car is damaged, you first take the car to the repair shop and pay upfront for their work and then submit the bill to insurance for reimbursement.

If you are looking for help with a current musculoskeletal problem or are looking to make safe changes in your fitness and health, Dynamic Performance and Therapy is an affordable option for you to do so. Our team of experts can help you recover from your pain or injury or work with you preventatively to help you feel your best. If you have questions about how we can help you or questions about our self-pay model, contact us at

Insurance Terminology

  • Deductible: The amount of money you must pay out-of-pocket before coverage kicks in. 


  • Coinsurance: The amount of money you owe to a medical provider once the deductible has been paid. Coinsurance is usually a predetermined percentage of the total bill. 


  • Copay: This type of insurance plan is similar to co-insurance, but with one key exception: rather than waiting until the deductible has been paid out, you must make their copayment at the time of service.

  • Out of Pocket Maximum (OOP): The amount of money you pay for deductibles and coinsurance charges within a given year before the insurance company starts paying for all covered expenses. 

  • Referral: Many insurance plans require a doctor referral, this is a statement, authorized by your practitioner recommending Physical Therapy.

Things to Consider

The cost for the first initial evaluation visit for a self pay appointment is:

- Initial Evaluation: $125

- 45 Minute follow up: $95

- 30 Minute follow up: $75

Whereas the cost for an insurance visit is determined by the individual insurance contract.

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