I am a Physical Therapist in the San Francisco Bay Area treating private clients with a wide range of orthopedic concerns, with a special place in my heart for dancers and performing artists!
I accept cash, credit card, or check. I am happy to provide an invoice, as you may be able to use your flexible spending account or seek reimbursement with your insurance if you have “out of network” PT coverage.
No, I do not need a prescription from your physician. As of January 1, 2014, California consumers were granted direct access to physical therapy services! You can book an appointment with me without a referral or diagnosis. You may receive PT treatment for up to 12 visits within 45 days. If at that point you need to continue PT, you’ll need to check in with your physician and I will send you with a plan of care that will need to be approved by them at that time.
The PT services I offer at The Ballet School Performing Arts are unique in that you will receive convenient and focused one-on-one attention, quite rare in a typical PT setting. Here, you will not be passed off to an aide after a short session with a PT. I will be with you to provide manual therapy, monitor form during therapeutic exercise to maximize outcomes, and answer questions along the way. I will not rush you! Ballet students enjoy the comfort of a familiar ballet studio setting during their rehabilitation with someone who can "speak their language" and understands ballet technique.
If you are a ballet student, I am able to speak with your teachers so we can formulate a plan to expedite your recovery.
Yes, please contact me so we can discuss your needs and performance schedule.
Yes, absolutely! I help a wide range of people with orthopedic concerns, my practice just happens to run from a ballet studio! Quality, convenient care should be available to all. If you are willing to work hard, I am available to help.
Yes! I welcome dancers from any studio. Please contact me so we can talk and make sure they are the appropriate age and ballet level.
The short answer is, it depends. Length of rehab can vary greatly depending upon how acute and severe your injury is, what your end goals are, your ability to rest, and how committed you are to your home program.