Physical Therapy in Mt. Pleasant, PA
Hi, My name is Dr. Michael Mash, and I'm the owner of Barbell Rehab. I help active individuals get back to doing their high-level activities pain-free!
I believe in a healthcare model where all patients are seen 1-on-1, which means you will spend every appointment with just me! I am also a Direct Access Physical Therapy provider, licensed in the state of Pennsylvania. This means you do NOT need to go to a physician before you see me!
Do You Take Insurance?
Dr. Michael at Barbell Rehab does NOT currently accept health insurance. Why? The answer is simple—I would not be able to provide the high level of quality care and personalized treatment that I do at the rates insurance companies reimburse for physical therapy treatment.
Therapists at traditional clinics that accept insurance are required to see 3–4 patients per hour and usually spend an average of only 15 minutes with each patient, while unlicensed aides instruct patients in exercises.
THE BARBELL REHAB WAY
At Barbell Rehab, you'll spend every session entirely with me. As a result, most clients only require one appointment per week and a total of 3-4 weeks of therapy.
Additionally, I charge a flat out-of-pocket fee per session. With high copays and deductibles, my method (as you see below) often results in a LESS EXPENSIVE option compared to using your insurance!
WHERE AM I LOCATED?
All of my services are conducted out of Snyder Strength and Conditioning, a high-level sports performance facility located in Mt. Pleasant, PA. Fully equipment with squat racks, barbells, and various free-weights, as well as a private treatment room, you can be sure you will receive the BEST care possible.
Can I Get Reimbursed From My Insurance Company?
In most cases, the answer to this is YES! For most insurance companies, you can find a claim form on their website. Simply print it out and submit it along with your receipts and treatment codes that we provide for you. The amount you are reimbursed is dependent on your “Out-of-Network Physical Therapy” expense benefits.
And finally, my services are HSA / FSA-eligible medical expenses, just like any other PT clinic! This means you can pay for your physical therapy using pre-tax dollars (if you have an HSA/FSA plan).
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