Telehealth Physical Therapy in Brooklyn

Park Sports Physical Therapists bring their expertise to you, at your home, or work. Although remote Physical and Occupational Therapy care cannot replace a hands-on session, it does provide a safe, effective, and highly accessible tool for starting a new rehabilitation program or maintaining your current one. The advantages of telehealth physical therapy include easy scheduling and saving time on commuting and parking. Your recovery need not stop because you cannot make it to the office. Our clinical specialists have the advanced knowledge, skills, and technology to empower a patient in any clinical setting. In a face-to-face individualized session, your clinician can evaluate your condition, design an exercise program, and guide you through the treatment. Just like during an in-office visit, a therapist will listen to your complaints, modify your Physical Therapy regiment, and set up new functional goals.

Who Benefits From Telehealth?

Any condition and any diagnosis can benefit from virtual care services. The current patients receiving services in Park Slope, Clinton Hill, and Williamsburg offices, who can continue their uninterrupted treatment and the new patients who cannot delay their recovery.

How Does Telehealth Physical Therapy Works?

Telehealth works from any operating system and on any device that has video or audio options. You can schedule a virtual appointment as a regular appointment by calling our main line at (718) 230-1180. Our front desk team will take your insurance information and provide you with the details of your coverage, just like they would for the regular PT or OT session. We schedule appointments within 24 hours. You will receive an invite to a HIPAA compliant video site at the scheduled time to meet with your provider.

Does Health Insurance Cover Remote Physical Therapy Sessions?

Due to COVID-19, many insurance carriers are relaxing their authorization requirements. Most major insurance carriers now allow remote Physical and Occupational Therapy access. In some cases, they will waive your co-pays and deductibles for in-network coverage. Our front desk team will diligently perform an insurance verification check and will inform you of the payment options.

Conditions Commonly treated by Telehealth

  • Pelvic Floor
  • Scoliosis
  • Sports Rehabilitation
  • Lower Back Pain
  • Post-surgical Recovery
  • Pediatric Physical Therapy

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Locations from where Telehealth is performed