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Digital Appointments

The benefits of our expertise from the comfort of your own home.

Oceanside Physical Therapy is excited to be able to offer telemedicine appointments to our patients. Digital appointments are conducted via an online portal called Coviu that allows you to share video with your therapist, as well as forms, questionnaires, and documents in a secure, HIPAA-compliant platform.

 

Why Schedule a Digital Appointment?

Digital appointments can be a great solution for patients who have difficulty scheduling in-person sessions, in the event of inclement weather, or for check-ins while out of town.

Telemedicine services are supported by the American Physical Therapy Association as "an appropriate model of service delivery for the profession of physical therapy when provided in a manner consistent with association positions, standards, guidelines, policies, procedures, Standards of Practice for Physical Therapy, Code of Ethics for the Physical Therapist, Standards of Ethical Conduct for the Physical Therapist Assistant, the Guide to Physical Therapy.”

 

Process

Scheduling and payment will be handled by the front desk as for in-person appointments. New patients will receive intake paperwork and consent forms by email. Paperwork can either be returned by email or fax, or uploaded directly through Coviu at the time of the appointment.

Please contact the office at 603-580-4494 for more information and scheduling.

Rates

60 minute physical therapy appointment$175
30 minute physical therapy appointment$90

Included at no additional costs as part of a Physical Therapy Evaluation:

30 minute preliminary benefit check/financial plan$50
Optional 10-15 minute discovery call$20
Email/Text access to follow-up questions$27/15 minutes

Insurance

The laws surrounding telemedicine are changing regularly, however we do not currently offer telemedicine services billed through your insurance.

For updated information on the laws surrounding telemedicine coverage, interested patients may visit the Center for Connected Health Policy.