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Schedule Your Visit with Sari Today

To Schedule with Sari, Please Contact Her Directly:
Phone: 201.739.0456
Email: awarept@sweissbard.com
Website: www.sariweissbard.com

FAQs

WHAT IS THE COST AND LENGTH OF TREATMENT?

An evaluation costs $150 for a 90-minute assessment and initial treatment. Follow-up appointments cost $100 for a 60-minute treatment. Longer sessions may be arranged at a cost of $25 per 15-minute increment. Shorter sessions may also be negotiated.

Payment must be made in full via cash, check, credit card, Venmo or Paypal on the day of appointment. Please provide 24-hours’ notice for cancellations; individuals will be charged the full cost of the missed appointment if adequate notice is not provided. Insurance is not accepted, though many insurance plans will reimburse a percentage of physical therapy services received out-of-network. It is recommended that you call your insurance provider to determine coverage. Please note that Medicare will not reimburse out-of-pocket physical therapy expenses. If extenuating circumstances require 2-3 PT sessions per week for several weeks to months, such as post-surgery, fracture, or a neurological event, cost per session may be negotiated.

Physical therapy appointments are held at Metta’s primary location at 720 W. 36th Street and the Baltimore Yoga Village. Please let Sari know in advance if accessibility is a concern, as the building does have stairs to negotiate. For this or other reasons, home visits may also be arranged at an additional charge.

ARE THERE ANY ADVERSE EFFECTS TO CONSIDER?

No, there are no serious adverse effects from manual physical therapy treatment. Occasionally, mild discomfort, muscle soreness or light bruising may follow treatment and last for a few hours up to 24-48 hours. This is often the body’s way of adapting to greater range of movement, increased circulation, and improved alignment. It is important to follow any instructions provided during your physical therapy appointment for pain management and tissue/injury healing. Any significant discomfort or new onset of symptoms should be discussed promptly with your therapist and/or medical doctor.