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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you take my insurance?


Yoder Physical Therapy & Wellness is a cash-based therapy company. We are a fee-for-service practice. We are not in-network with any insurance companies. We do this to maximize the quality of treatments and time spent with each of our clients with all visits performed by a Physical Therapy Doctor. This means no hidden fees or surprise bills after your visits. We can provide you with a superbill upon request if you would like to submit to your insurance company. We recommend for you to call your insurance company and ask if they have any benefits for “out of network physical therapy” prior to submitting your superbill.




How much does it cost?


We believe in open and transparent pricing which you can view from our booking tab in the top right corner of our home page.




What should I bring to my first visit?


- ID - Any additional medical information to scan into our records.




Do I have to bring a referral note from my Doctor?


No. Florida allows direct access to a Doctor of Physical Therapy without a referral up to 30 days. After 30 days, we can help you get a signed plan of care by contacting your doctor.




Do you have any advice for people skeptical about not using insurance?


Once you go cash… you don’t go back. Every one’s journey is different and thats why we personalize every treatment plan to what you really need. Typically we treat clients 1x/wk focusing on empowering and educating my clients to take responsibility for their health through 1-on-1 care… The results speak for themselves.




Do you offer payment plans?


Yes, please contact us to discuss payment options. We also offer packages at a discounted rate.




What are your forms of payment?


We accept cash, credit-card, and checks made payable to "Yoder Physical Therapy & Wellness.”




Do you have a cancellation policy?


Yes, if you cancel your appointment less than 24 hours of your appointment or do not show up to your appointment without notice, you will be subject to a $50 fee.




What is the difference between wellness visits and physical therapy visits?


Wellness visits are not reimbursed by insurance and are perfect for individuals 65+ looking to get additional exercise outside of a traditional physical therapy plan. This is great for someone who needs more motivation to perform their exercises and requires reminders on form. Wellness visits are NOT hands-on.




Are you booking new clients?


YES! Reach out to us to schedule your free consult call and first appointment!




What are your hours?


By appointment only. Please contact us to set something up that works for you.




Why doesn't Yoder Physical Therapy take my insurance?


In today's world, physical therapists often have to see 2 or more patients at the same time. This is due to decreasing insurance reimbursement rates and pressures from insurance companies. This also means the therapist has a higher demand in productivity which is why they may be documenting on their computer during your treatment, giving you less attention. Often, physical therapy assistants are used for most visits to help companies cover for reimbursement losses. Treatment durations have also decreased. So therapists are now required to see more patients in less time. This could mean decreased outcomes for you. This will not occur with Yoder Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation. We pride ourselves on providing quality time, service, communication and expectations. We base your visits on what YOU need.




What do I wear for my first appointment?


Please wear loose fitting athletic clothing. Sports bras are recommended for upper extremity evaluations and treatments.




How often do I need treatment?


Your timeline for recovery is dependent upon the nature of your injury/condition. Our goal at Yoder Physical Therapy & Wellness is for you to return to your active lifestyle or sport as quickly and as safely as possible. After your first evaluation, your therapist will provide a detailed plan of care depicting how often and the amount of treatments advised to get you back on your feet. We typically recommend 1 visit per week for 4-6 weeks initially. These visits can also be spread out. This plan is made with you to ensure your expectations are met.