Do I need a doctor’s Rx to see you?
No, you don’t. Colorado is one of eighteen states in the USA granted unrestricted direct access for physical therapists. This means you do not need an MD order to see us. Simply schedule online or pick up the phone and call!
Do you take insurance?
Solstice Physical Therapy offers unparalleled customer service, longer treatment times, specialized techniques and quality care. We are not in-network with insurance providers but provide a cash-based discount to all of our patients. We will also provide a superbill for you to submit to your insurance for reimbursement or payment toward your deductible. Some patients use this third-party site for reimbursement, click here.
Most often, our patients find that they have much faster improvement, which results in fewer treatments. They usually end up paying less than they would with co-payments at an in-network clinic.
What sets Solstice apart from other clinics?
Unlike other physical therapy clinics that treat up to twenty-five patients a day, per therapist, we pride ourselves on providing attentive one-on-one care to our patients for at least 60-minute sessions. Every Solstice patient gets the quality care they deserve, and because of more thorough examinations and treatments, we get patients better, faster. Our therapists have many years of experience and are highly trained in specialized manual therapy techniques and holistic evaluation and treatment, which provides an enhanced experience for our patients. Also, we don’t just treat the symptoms, we take the time to listen and then find and treat the source of the problem.
Does Dry Needling hurt?
Dry needling is one treatment we provide, among many. If your therapist determines that dry needling may benefit your condition, only then would you be a candidate. Dry needling can be slightly uncomfortable, and sore for 24-48 hours. However, the method of dry needling that Solstice employs is more gentle than the traditional trigger-point method, which means less soreness and often yields better results. Most patients contend that the long-term benefits of decreased pain or improved mobility far outweighs the initial discomfort.