TKO PT offers physical therapy services using a business model. This means we do not take insurance. You may be eligible for reimbursement by your insurance company by submitting your receipt for the services rendered at TKO Physical Therapy, LLC. Please contact your insurance provider prior to scheduling to learn about your out-of-network physical therapy benefits if you wish to use them. You may also find reimbursement forms in our New Patients section. 

Our treatment sessions are catered to each patient based on need, tolerance, and goals. Billing based on an hourly rate, rather than fee-for-service, keeps our focus more attuned to the patient, and prevents third-party payers from dictating or influencing treatments. TKO believes that making the best clinical decision should be between the patient and the therapist alone. This model allows us to chose treatments and interventions that are cutting-edge and supported by the latest empirical research, rather than making clinical decisions based on reimbursement technicalities.  For you, the patient, this means better outcomes and faster outcomes.

For any questions regarding rates, please contact TKO Physical Therapy.


Injury Screen

15 min

If you're unsure whether or not you are a candidate for physical therapy, who can contact TKO Physical Therapy to set up a free, 15-min screen. 

Initial Evaluation

60 min

During the initial evaluation, we will discuss your condition in depth and perform a thorough clinical examination and biomechanical assessments of the athlete. 

Follow Up Treatment Sessions

60 min; 30 min

Treatment sessions are one-on-one and will include a combination of manual therapy (including but not limited to deep tissue mobilization and instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization), therapeutic exercise, functional retraining, and patient education.

Adjunct treatment; stand-alone 30 min

TK is Level 1 Certified in Functional Dry Needling through KinetaCore.

Dry needling can be an effective trigger point treatment and has been shown to increase blood flow to the area, decrease banding (those rope-like tight muscles!), influence change at the muscular and nervous system level, and improve biomechanics around adjacent joints.

Dry needling is a skilled technique performed by a physical therapist using thin, filiform needles to penetrate the skin and/or underlying tissues to affect change in the body structures and functions for the evaluation and management of neuromusculoskeletal conditions, pain, movement impairments, and disability. (Federation of Sate Boards of Physical Therapy, May 2015)

Functional Dry Needling (FDN)

Coming soon in September 2017!

Blood Flow Restriction (BFR)